How much is a marlin 22 limited edition model 6083 worth
According to the medallion on the stock its a 1991 commemorative.
depending on condition should be around $500 or better they were a 1984 limited edition
Type your answer here... 450.00
Not a commemorative, but more of a limited edition. Doesn't really hold any more value than the standard model unless it is absolutely new in the box with all accompanying paperwork. Figure $200-$250. firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the age of a 30-30 Marlin Limited Edition 3080 serial start with TR00126
Depends where you live. Also it matters if its the 1894 cowboy or the 1894 cowboy limited. If it actually is a cowboy limited it matters if its the 20'' or the 24'' barrel. If in fact its the 24'' cowboy limited and in good condition people will pay 800-1000. They are very hard to come by and marlin stopped making them when they were bought by Remington.
The model 20 20 limited edition 3080 was made in 1980
Yesterday, 8-8-09, I purchased a used (well used and fired a lot, certainly not a collector now) Marlin 39A Mountain Man Commemorative and paid $325.00 for it. One new in the box should go for almost twice that much here in Southeastern US. Bill
The Limited had a 24" bbl., straight stock, no checkering, and a smaller forearm . Two versions - 1/2 round, 1/2 octagon, and full octagon.
Most used marlin model 1894 cowboy rifles have been selling for 575 dollars and up,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
it was put out in 1971
1982 I believe. Thats why it is 6082.
I believe it was manufactured in 1984.....the 84 in 6084 is the year manufactured.
The booklet that came with the Marlin 75-20 shows it to be a 75C.
Yes one was made.
50-125 dollars,depending on condition.
Parets for the OTASCO 6085 are identical as those used in a model 60 Marlin from 1985. They can be purchased from Marlin, Brownells, or Gun Parts Corp.
A Marlin model 6082 limited edition .22 LR rifle is worth between $200 and $500 depending on its overall condition. These are small caliber rifles designed for collectors but are well suited for small game hunting and target shooting.
$1000 to $1200 and going up. No longer made and Remington has bought Marlin
Maybe about 5-10% more than a regular one.