I decided to cut the butt at 90 degrees to the comb. I like the heftier stock - much better for those of us with the build and arms of a Silverback Mountian Gorilla! All items purchased in an auction will be combined into one invoice. Buyer Tip: Seller assumes all responsibility for listing this item. . Type of Finish: Blue Finish Originality: Original Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. This is a little long for me, but even longer for a women or a young adult. There are no chips or cracks.
This tough, dependable, robust design, perfect for training, small-game hunting, or just plinking will be a great addition to your collection and a neat way to show the kids what you learned to shoot with. The stock is free from major damages but has scattered handling marks. It was superceded by the 881 and the the 981. There are scattered surface marks and depressions and one crack at the for end cap. Anybody out there ever rebuilt one of these before? This would also remove some of the damaged area as well. Payment: Full payment on non-layaway items is required within 14 days.
We have not fired this rifle. The stock has a scattered handling and compression marks present. Thank you for putting in the time to visit our website. Returns less shipping are accepted within 3 days of when the item is delivered with signature confirmation. Factory records on many of the older inexpensive firearms are quite often incomplete as until relativetly recently detailed records of productions were not required by the U. There are light handling and storage marks throughout. .
The receiver mounted sight is elevation adjustable via a hinged lever arm secured by a knurled screw and is windage adjustable by unscrewing the eyepiece and sliding it left or right. May I resurrect this thread? Sometimes we miss, overlook or confuse things and we promise to make it right as best we can when we do. Straight Or Pistol Grip Stock 1 Marlin 336 Stock Checkered. I installed a sling and swivels in the late '80s. If you are in Southern California, you are welcome to pick your item up and complete the transfer at our shop in Simi Valley M-F, 8-5. All paper forms of payment already reflect a 3% cash discount.
The gun is about 55+ years old in perfect condition. Type of Finish: Blue Finish Originality: Factory Original Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. It made for a very long length of pull, but my son was a trooper and found a way to shoot it anyway. The only challenge I have is how to plug the holes someone made probably trying to put on swivels for a sling. I have a Sears bolt action. Thank you for visiting our website.
The gold trigger was added to the 80, 81, and 980 in 64, If the receiver is grooved, that would also put it 60 and later. In 1960 they added an 11mm groove to the top of the receiver for scope mounting. We accept Cashiers Checks, Money Orders, Cash and Personal Checks. . My desire with the information and photos below is to hopefully help you to determine the age of your model 81 rifle as well as the proper parts for it. It has a forged golden trigger as evidenced by some slag.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the gun is legal to own and receive in your area. Just did a complete series of YouTube videos on restoring it. What can you all twll me about this sweet little find? Can anyone point me to a manual or parts list? The firearm was put away dirty and after a good cleanjng and an ok from the gunswith we have shot a few rounds and it works great! Please see our pictures and good luck! Our Assessment: This is a Marlin Model 81 which fires. The stock rates in about Fair overall condition. Early models had octagon barrels. If you would prefer to not have your item disassembled, please let us know as soon as you win the bid. For the the final and longest period they went back to the squared steel receiver.
I would not change a thing about that trigger on mine. As with all previously owned firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards. It's in great shape, and shoots well, but I've been thinking about refinishing the stock. Here is how the gun looked like before I started. There is no erosion in the bore.