The Manual Ruger Forgot To Write - P89 Disassembly Picture Manual.
Marlin manufactured pistols until 1875, when he began production of Ballard rifles.
Thanks again. it appears to have had a peep sight on the left rear and the barrel is also slotted for a rear sight on top of the barrel as well.
I have found some info out there, but no decent explanation of the unique stamping. Then too, early 50's, but not late 50's nor A1's, have a manual extractor in a slot on the RH side of the barrel. I currently own three early versions of the A1.
The Model A1 was an improved version of the Model 50, manufactured from 1936-40. Biggest telltale as to 50 or A1 is that the 50 fires from an open bolt while the A1 has a firing pin and fires from a closed bolt.
What is the significance of the stamping 'smokeless greased'? You do indeed have a Marlin Model A-1. But, the original magazine is there. Ruger Redhawk.
(Most have fallen out.) Ruger P345 MS. Ruger PC4 Carbine. Ruger P89 To P944 DAO. by leon » Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:45 am, Post I have a Marlin A1 that has a weak extractor spring. Lol. Thanks. For those curious though, it is somewhere between poor and fair. Additionally, 50's have a toggle lever safety on the LH side of the receiver while to my knowledge all A1's have the safety behind the receiver.
The Model A-1 was made from 1936 to 1946 (with time out for WW II) in two variations. Step — To reassemble, first insert the recoil spring and spring guide into the hole at the rear of the receiver.
If anybody was wondering how to disassemble/assemble the Marlin A1 for cleaning I have a posting at the Marlin-Collectors Forum. What was I thinking.
Ruger P95 DC. It is ny understanding that the mod 50 ('36-40) was modified to the A1 in '41, and was only made in '41.
Go back to that thread and read post # 12 and# 27 they explain the stamp. Old info is so confusing. This is just what I needed to know. On the other hand, reading your inquiry again, I suspect that the bit about there being a scope mount dovetail cut into the top of the receiver excludes it from being a Model 50. First modification of the A1 was in '41 (2nd varient).
Official site for collectors of Marlin firearms, Moderators: Regnier (gunrunner), JohnK, Sure-Shot, Post Even small errors in these values can lead to curved movements and failed prints. It is in the Rimfire section of the forum. It has no serial number so I know it would just be a guess. A forum community dedicated to all firearm owners and enthusiasts. The rifle has a clip magazine . As far as a clip you can use a clip for a Marlin Model 80,25 etc. * The safety catch was moved to rear of the tubular receiver. The main difference being the shape of the stock and a flush takedown screw on the second variation. Official site for collectors of Marlin firearms, Moderators: Regnier (gunrunner), JohnK, Sure-Shot, Post The first key is to make sure all your dimensions are set correctly. The mags that work in the Glenfield 20 and Marlin 25 series can easily be modified to work in the A-1 and 50 series. Come join the discussion about optics, hunting, gunsmithing, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! The millions of Marlins in America's gunracks are the greatest vote of confidence we could ever receive. Lol. If yours is the A1, called a 50, that was recently sold on gunbroker.com, # 155385733, it looked to me like you got a nice rifle at a good price.