From my research, the Marlin mod. 80 was produced from 1934 to 1971. Pre 1964 .22s were not required to have serial numbers. Puddlejumper
THE MARLIN MODEL 80 WAS INTRODUCED IN 1934 AND DROPPED IN 1939
The Marlin model 80G was a promotional model that was made from 1960-1965.
A Marlin magazine. The model 25 is the same as a Marlin model 80.
Your Marlin model 336 was produced in 1976.
The marlin model 80dl was made by marlin from 1940-1965.
Both the Sears 103.2 and the 103.228 models are a Marlin Model 80 rifle.
The model 36 Marlin rifle was made from 1936-1947.
Your marlin model 336 was produced in 1976.
The Marlin model 24 shotgun was produced by Marlin from 1908-1915.
Never heard of a Winchester model 80. There is a Marlin model 80.
The original Marlin model 444 was produced from 1965-1971.
Made by Marlin....same as the Marlin Model 80
your marlin model 1893 was produced in 1899.
No, the Marlin Model 80 bolt action rimfire rifles were a very common produced rifle during the mid 20th century.
The value of a Marlin model 80E which was produced from 1934-1940,and was a promotional model is 55-100 dollars on todays market.
Marlin model 80
Same as a Marlin model 80
The model 80 uses a detachable magazine whereas the model 81 has an attached tube magazine.
Your Marlin model 780 was produced in the year 1977.
The Marlin Model Golden 39A is the oldest and longest continuously produced shoulder firearm (rifle) in the world.