• Hmmmm.... Good question. I suppose you could email the information to Marlin and ask for a manufacturing date. As for what it's worth, that's more than just a function of age. It's also a function of the condition of the weapon, like the presence of corrosion, whether or not it's been fired, if the stock is in original condition, any modifications done to the gun, if you have the original packaging and paperwork to go along with it. And for some weapons, if it has any historical significance, like was it owned by a famous person or was it used in some historical event of importance. That makes it difficult for the average person to judge value.
  • anywhere from $100 to $300, lots of them made.

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