Your Marlin model 3082 was made in 1982 for Oklahoma Tire and Supply Co. (OTASCO) These versions used cheaper birch stocks, and are not valued any differently than a std. 336 Marlin, or a model 30 Marlin. They have no significant collector interest unless they are unfired, and then only minor value increases.
How much is a marlin 22 limited edition model 6083 worth
depending on condition should be around $500 or better they were a 1984 limited edition
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
That is basically a Marlin Glenfield Model 30 as made for the OTASCO chain of stores in Oklahoma. The model number is derived from the base model (30) and the year of sale (in this case 1980). It will have no additional value over a standard Marlin Glenfield Model 30 in equivalant condition, about $150 if excellent. email@example.com
Type your answer here... 450.00
Maybe about 5-10% more than a regular one.
Many of the items are worth around $30 each. The exact amount will depend upon its condition and how it is being displayed.