Marlin 36

     Notes: This is a pre-World War 2 design produced until just after World War 2.  It is basically an improved form of the turn-of-the-20th-century Model 1893, with a rounded operating lever, improvements in the mainspring, and a pistol-grip stock.  A carbine version was also made, with a 20-inch barrel and a full-length magazine.  Another version, the Model 36SC, had the rifle’s magazine but the carbine’s barrel-length.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 36A

.30-30 Winchester

3.15 kg

5 Tubular

$2648

Marlin 36 Carbine

.30-30 Winchester

3.12 kg

7 Tubular

$2608

Marlin 36SC

.30-30 Winchester

3.11 kg

5 Tubular

$2607

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 36A

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

5

Nil

81

Marlin 36 Carbine

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 36SC

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

 

Marlin (Glenfield) 36G

     Notes: Not to be confused with the Model 36 above, the Model 36G was basically a simplified Model 336 marketed under the Glenfield brand name instead of the Marlin name.  They typically had stocks of inexpensive birch and round 20-inch standard-weight barrels.  The rear sight was an adjustable spring-leaf and elevator type.  The Model 36G was only built from 1964-66, but by this time 5930 had been built.

     Variants included the Model 30, built from 1966-72, and the replacement for the Model 36G.  It was basically the same rifle except for the checkering on pistol grip wrist and fore-end (this checkering included decorative designs of a stag’s head and oak leaves from 1969).  Some 80,000 of these carbines were built, an impressive amount in six years.  The Model 30 is identical to the Model 36G for game purposes. The Model 30A replaced the Model 30 in 1973, and was built until 1983.  It was basically the same weapon as the Model 30, but had a full-length tubular magazine.  The same checkering as the Model 30 was used at first, but the decorative designs were dropped in 1982.  By the time production ceased, about 300,000 Model 30As had been built.  The Model 30GT was built from 1979-80; it was a Model 30A with a shorter 18.5-inch barrel, a straight wrist, and a squared operating lever.  The Model 30AS began production in 1983 and is still being built; it is identical to the Model 30A, but has a crossbolt safety, and is identical to the Model 30A for game purposes.  The Model 30AS brought was sold under the Marlin name, unlike the others.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Glenfield 36G

.30-30 Winchester

3.18 kg

4 Tubular

$2602

Glenfield 30A

.30-30 Winchester

3.2 kg

6 Tubular

$2603

Glenfield 30GT

.30-30 Winchester

3.19 kg

6 Tubular

$2587

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Glenfield 36G

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Glenfield 30A

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Glenfield 30GT

LA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

55

 

Marlin 39

     Notes: The Model 39 is a rimfire lever-action rifle that was built in astounding numbers (over 2 million Model 39s and its variants by 1983, when production stopped) starting in 1922.  It is based on the pre-20th century Model 1891 rifle, which was the first lever-action rifle to be chambered for the .22 Long Rifle cartridge.  The Model 49 is a takedown rifle with a case-hardened receiver and a full-length tubular magazine.  The original Model 39 had an octagonal 20-inch barrel (though a round barrel and a half-length tubular magazine were some of the available options for the Model 39.  The Model 39 received an improved ejector mechanism in 1924 and a strengthened bolt in 1932 (to eliminate bolt cracking caused by firing high-speed and wildcat loads).  Production of the original Model 39 stopped in 1941, but picked up in small numbers for a short production run from 1945-47.

     The Model 39A was introduced in 1939, and was one of the few civilian rifles Marlin built throughout World War 2, with production finally stopping in 1960.  The Model 39A had a 20-inch round barrel and a heavy beavertail-type fore-end.  The receiver and barrel were blued.  In 1954, the Model 39A received Micro-Groove rifling and a rounded lever loop instead of the squared loop of the Model 39.  In 1960, the stock was re-shaped with a fluted comb and white spacers for the buttplate. (On later variants of the Model 39A, the spacers were omitted starting in 1973.)  A “carbine” variant was also produced, but this was identical to the rifle except for a smaller magazine and it shoots identically to the Model 39A rifle, differing only in weight.

     There were several variants of the Model 39A, most of which differ primarily in decoration, luxury, or are special commemorative versions; these types are identical to the standard Model 39A for game purposes.  Other variants include Model 39A Article II Rifle, designed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the NRA.  This version had a 24-inch octagonal barrel, a stock and fore-end of select-quality walnut with a crescent-shaped butt, along with a large amount of NRA-specific decorative work.  A Model 39A Article II Carbine was also built, virtually identical except for the 20-inch octagonal barrel, straight-wrist stock, and squared lever loop.  Both of these were built only in 1971.

     The Model 39A Golden was introduced in 1960, and built until 1992.  What made the Model 39A “Golden” was the gold-plated trigger and bright brass finish to the receiver.  It also has sling swivels as standard, as well as drilling and tapping for a scope mount and a more-prominent hooded front sight.  The stock used a straight wrist.  The “Golden” name was actually dropped in 1964, but reapplied in 1972.  The Model 39M Golden is a carbine version of the Model 39A Golden; it has a 20-inch barrel and no drilling or tapping (though it did have a spring-leaf and elevator rear sight).  The Model 39MS was an updated version with an improved action and a quick-release magazine plug.  For game purposes, the Model 39A Golden and Model 39AS are identical to the standard Model 39A, while the Model 39M carbine is identical to the Model 39A carbine. 

     The Model 39A Octagon used a 24-inch octagonal barrel, with a slender fore-end.  It had a pistol grip wrist, but lacked the plastic cap on that wrist that was normally customary on Marlin rifles.  The Model 39A Octagon was a special edition built only in 1973.  A carbine version was also made, identical except for the 20-inch barrel and the straight wrist of the stock.  These shoot identically to the Model 39A Octagon Rifles and Carbines game purposes, but differ in weight.

     The Model 39AS, introduced in 1988, used an almost-unmodified stock from the Model 336CS.  The action is also somewhat different, using a squared breech-bolt that reciprocated in a track on the right wall of the receiver.  The tubular magazine also had a quick-release plug.  Model 39ASs built since 1992 have gold-plated triggers and bright brass finishes to their receivers, and are usually called the Model 39AS Golden.  The Model 39AS Golden is still in production.  The Model 39AS shoots like a standard Model 39A for game purposes.

     The smallest member of the Model 39 series was the Model 39TDS Carbine, built from 1988-95.  This version had a barrel of only 16.5 inches and a correspondingly short tubular magazine below it.  The stock was straight-wristed, and the lever loop was squared instead of rounded.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Model 39

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.61 kg

25 (.22 Short), 21 (.22 Long), 18 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$314

Model 39A

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.95 kg

25 (.22 Short), 21 (.22 Long), 18 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$309

Model 39A Carbine

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.82 kg

18 (.22 Short), 15 (.22 Long), 12 (.22 Long Rifle); Tubular

$309

Model 39A Article II Rifle

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

3.1 kg

25 (.22 Short), 21 (.22 Long), 18 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$355

Model 39 Article II Carbine

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.97 kg

25 (.22 Short), 21 (.22 Long), 18 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$314

Model 39A  Octagon Rifle

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.95 kg

25 (.22 Short), 21 (.22 Long), 18 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$355

Model 39A  Octagon Carbine

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.82 kg

25 (.22 Short), 21 (.22 Long), 18 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$314

Model 39AS

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.95 kg

26 (.22 Short), 22 (.22 Long), 19 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$320

Marlin 39TDS

.22 Short, .22 Long, and .22 Long Rifle

2.69 kg

16 (.22 Short), 13 (.22 Long), 10 (.22 Long Rifle); Tubular

$272

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 39 (.22 Short)

LA

-2

Nil

5

1

Nil

34

Marlin 39 (.22 Long)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

38

Marlin 39 (.22 Long Rifle)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

42

Marlin 39A (.22 Short)

LA

-2

Nil

5

1

Nil

33

Marlin 39A (.22 Long)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

37

Model 39 Article II Rifle (.22 Short)

LA

-2

Nil

6

1

Nil

40

Model 39 Article II Rifle (.22 Long)

LA

1

Nil

6

1

Nil

45

Model 39 Article II Rifle (.22 Long Rifle)

LA

1

Nil

6

1

Nil

49

Model 39 Article II Carbine (.22 Short)

LA

-2

Nil

5

1

Nil

34

Model 39 Article II Carbine (.22 Long)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

38

Model 39 Article II Carbine (.22 Long Rifle)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

42

Marlin 39A (.22 Long Rifle)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

41

Marlin 39TDS (.22 Short)

LA

-2

Nil

4

1

Nil

28

Marlin 39TDS (.22 Long)

LA

1

Nil

4

1

Nil

31

Marlin 39TDS (.22 Long Rifle)

LA

1

Nil

4

1

Nil

34

 

Marlin 56 Levermatic

     Notes: This is an unusual lever-action design.  The lever only moves 25 degrees – the rest of the cocking movement is done with cam-and-roller accelerator.  It has a one-piece Monte Carlo-type stock, another feature unusual for Marlin, and an enclosed hammer.  The fore-end was also round-tipped, which was at the time of introduction (1955) also unusual for Marlin rifles.  The receiver was squared and drilled and tapped for a telescopic sight.  The stock had a pistol grip wrist, though it is not very deep.  Barrel length was 24 inches.  Unusually for a lever-action rifle of the time, the Model 56 was fed from a box magazine instead of a tubular magazine.  The 7-round magazine was at first the only one available for the Model 56, but later versions could use the 10 and 12-round magazines made for the Model 56DL Clipper.

     In 1956, a number of changes were made to the Model 56’s design.  Though the year began with the barrel length still at 24 inches, this was shortly reduced to 22 inches.  The receiver was rounded instead of squared, and better blended into the stock.  The receiver was also changed from steel to aluminum alloy.

     Variants include the Model 56DL Clipper, a deluxe model that comes with a 4x telescopic sight and a 12-round magazine.  It is a very rare rifle, with only 150 being built.  The Model 57 Levermatic is the same as the Model 56, but fed by a tubular magazine; the Model 57M is the same rifle firing .22 magnum ammunition and having a 24-inch barrel.  Both versions of the Model 57 use a rounded steel receiver instead of the alloy receiver.  These tubular-magazine-fed versions of the Levermatic were the most popular of the series.

     The Model 62 Levermatic is chambered for centerfire ammunition, either .256 Winchester or .30 Carbine, and had a 23.25” barrel.  It also uses a steel receiver which has been strengthened for the more powerful ammunition, and it returned to the box magazine.  An interesting note about the Model 62 is that the first 4000 built were shipped without serial numbers due to a manufacturing error, an accidental violation of US firearms laws.  Though the Model 62 has long been out of production, an owner of one of a Model 62 without a serial number can return it to Marlin to this day for application of a serial number, and register it with the BATFE without penalty. Another interesting note is that while the Model 62 was initially listed in Marlin catalogs to be available in .22 Jet and .357 Magnum in the future, neither of these calibers of the Model 62 were ever actually built except in prototype form.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 56 (Early)

.22 Short, .22 Long, or .22 Long Rifle

2.68 kg

7, 10, 12

$349

Marlin 56 (Early Alloy)

.22 Short, .22 Long, or .22 Long Rifle

2.66 kg

7, 10, 12

$350

Marlin 56 (Late Alloy)

.22 Short, .22 Long, or .22 Long Rifle

2.61 kg

7, 10, 12

$329

Marlin 56DL Clipper

.22 Short, .22 Long, or .22 Long Rifle

2.71 kg

7, 10, 12

$524

Marlin 57 Levermatic

.22 Short, .22 Long, or .22 Long Rifle

2.84 kg

27 (.22 Short), 23 (.22 Long), 19 (.22 Long Rifle; Tubular

$325

Marlin 57M Levermatic

.22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire

3.04 kg

15 Tubular

$408

Marlin 62 Levermatic

.256 Winchester Magnum

3.16 kg

7

$1324

Marlin 62 Levermatic

.30 Carbine

2.47 kg

7

$582

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 56 (Early/Early Alloy, .22 Short)

LA

-2

Nil

6

1

Nil

40

Marlin 56 (Early/Early Alloy, .22 Long)

LA

1

Nil

6

1

Nil

44

Marlin 56 (Early/Early Alloy, .22 Long Rifle)

LA

1

Nil

6

1

Nil

48

Marlin 56 (Late Alloy) /56DL/57 (.22 Short)

LA

-2

Nil

5

1

Nil

36

Marlin 56 (Late Alloy) /56DL/57 (.22 Long)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

41

Marlin 56 (Late Alloy) /56DL/57 (.22 Long Rifle)

LA

1

Nil

5

1

Nil

45

Marlin 57M

LA

1

Nil

6

1

Nil

64

Marlin 62 (.256)

LA

3

1-2-Nil

7

3

Nil

79

Marlin 62 (.30)

LA

2

1-Nil

6

2

Nil

65

 

Marlin 336

     Notes: This is an improved version of the pre-World War 2 Model 36.  It has improvements in the bolt, extractor, and ejection port, and is in general a more refined design.  The basic Model 336 had a half-length tubular magazine under a 24-inch barrel, and was chambered for some mainstream and some rather peculiar cartridges.  The stock was of plain hardwood with a pistol grip wrist.  The rear sight was of the spring-leaf and elevator type, with a bead front sight.

     The base version of the Model 336, the Model 336A, was produced from 1948-62, and then again from 1973-80.  Originally chambered only for .30-30 Winchester and .32 Winchester Special, a .35 Remington chambering was introduced in 1953.  In the early 1950s, a decorative white spacer on the butt and white pistol grip wrist cap were added, but this practice was stopped in 1953, only to re-start in 1957.  Starting in 1956, the Model 336A was drilled and tapped for a scope mount, and used Micro-Groove rifling.  A hood was added to the front sight in 1957, and in 1960, the top of the receiver was given a sandblasted finish to minimize glare when sighting through the iron sights.  When the Model 336A re-appeared in 1973, it had a straight wrist stock and a new Wide-Scan front sight.

     The Model 336C was produced concurrently with the Model 336A, and unlike the Model 336A, is still being produced today in a modified form.  When introduced, this weapon was called simply the “Model 336 Carbine,” but the name was changed to the Model 336C in 1951.  The Model 336 has a shorter 20-inch barrel, but a longer full-length tubular magazine.  The Model 336C was originally chambered for the same rounds as the Model 336A; however, a .44 Magnum chambering was added in 1963 (and generally called the Model 336/44 Magnum).  In 1964, both the .44 Magnum and .32 Winchester Special chamberings were dropped from production.  Original models had a fluted comb, but the fluting was deleted in 1976.  Original models also had a gold-plated trigger, but the plating was deleted in 1982.  In 1984, the Model 336C was superseded by the Model 336CS; this differs only in the addition of an extra crossbolt-type safety catch.

     The Model 336 Zipper carbine, introduced in 1955, was sort of an experiment-gone-mainstream; it was chambered for the unusual .219 Zipper cartridge.  The “Zipper Carbine” was an offshoot of the Model 336C, but the hoped-for increase in accuracy never happened, and that barrels wore out far more quickly than Marlin expected.  In 1956, the Model 336 Zipper was given an extra-heavy barrel (so heavy that the entire weight of the carbine increased by almost half a kilogram), and production stopped in 1959.

     The Model 336ER (Extra-Range) carbine was introduced in 1983. It was designed for the .356 Winchester cartridge, and was essentially a Model 336C rechambered for that round.  The Model 336ER proved to be non-too-popular, with only 2440 being built, and sales being extremely slow.  (Rumors say that new Model 336ERs can still be found from time to time.)  Production was stopped less than a year later in 1984.

     The Model 336 Marauder carbine was introduced in 1963; however, the name “Marauder proved to be a commercial disaster at the time, and production of the Marauder was combined with production of the Model 336T Texan in 1964, since the receivers and mechanisms were identical.  The Marauder had a very short 16.25-inch barrel.  As said, the Marauders were superseded by the Model 336T Texan; the Texan used a 20-inch barrel, a full-length magazine, a straight-wrist stock, and a slime-profile fore-end.  They originally had blade-type front sights, but were replaced by ramp-type front sights in 1959.  A .44 Magnum chambering was offered, but only from 1962-64.  In 1965, the .35 Remington chambering was dropped, but a brass saddle ring was added to the left side.  Original lever loops were rounded, but they were squared-off in 1971; in addition, the now-extra saddle ring on the right side was removed.  In 1972, the front side was again replaced, this time with a hooded Wide-Scan design.  The fluted comb was de-fluted in 1976, and the plating of the trigger with gold stopped in 1982.  In 1983, the barrel length of the Texan was reduced to 18.5 inches in 1983.  In 1984, the Model 336T was replaced in production by the Model 336TS, with an additional crossbolt-type safety.  In 1988, the Model 336TS was replaced by the Model 336LTS, which was essentially the same weapon with the barrel length further reduced to 16.25 inches and the tubular magazine length reduced accordingly.  The Texan line stopped production in 1993.

     The Model 336 Octagon was introduced in 1973 as a limited-issue version, and built only for a year.  This version has a 23-inch octagonal barrel with a full-length tubular magazine, a straight-wrist stock with a hard rubber buttplate, a squared lever loop, and a gold-bead front sight.

     The Model 336CC is a version that was introduced in 2001; it is chambered only in .30-30 Winchester, is heavier than other .30-30 models, and has a hardwood stock finished in a “Mossy Oak Break-Up” camouflage pattern.  The Model 336 Cowboy was introduced in 2000; it has a long barrel for precision shooting and a tubular magazine which extends to the muzzle.  It has a straight English-style stock made from American walnut.  It did not do well in the marketplace and was withdrawn in 2002.  The Model 336M, introduced in 2000 (redesignated Model 336SS in 2001), is a weather-resistant version of the Model 336, chambered only in .30-30 Winchester and with the barrel, magazine, casing, lever, trigger guard, loading port, and safety catch all made from stainless steel.  Other metal parts, except for the front sight bead, are nickel-plated.  The hardwood stock is specially sealed against the climate.  It is identical to Model 336CC for game purposes. The Model 336XLR, introduced in 2006, is described as a “deer rifle” version of the Model 336; it uses a 24-inch barrel, and the metalwork is largely of stainless steel with a gray-black laminated hardwood stock; the butt has a recoil pad a full inch thick.  The Model 308MXLR is essentially a Model 336XLR chambered for the .308 Marlin Express round.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: The following versions of the Model 336 do not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline: Model 336CC, Model 336 Cowboy, Model 336M/Model 336SS, Model 336W, Model 336XLR/308MXLR.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 336A

.30-30 Winchester

3.02 kg

5 Tubular

$2648

Marlin 336A

.32 Winchester Special

3.12 kg

5 Tubular

$2866

Marlin 336A

.35 Remington

3.55 kg

5 Tubular

$3797

Marlin 336C

.30-30 Winchester

2.99 kg

6 Tubular

$2607

Marlin 336C

.32 Winchester Special

3.1 kg

6 Tubular

$2826

Marlin 336C

.35 Remington

3.39 kg

6 Tubular

$3675

Marlin 336C

.44 Magnum

2.27 kg

10 Tubular

$873

Marlin 336ER

.356 Winchester

3.08 kg

5 Tubular

$3833

Marlin 336 Marauder

.30-30 Winchester

2.86 kg

5 Tubular

$2569

Marlin 336 Marauder

.35 Remington

3.24 kg

5 Tubular

$3561

Marlin 336 Octagon

.30-30 Winchester

2.94 kg

6 Tubular

$2628

Marlin 336 Octagon

.32 Winchester Special

3.05 kg

6 Tubular

$2846

Marlin 336 Octagon

.35 Remington

3.34 kg

6 Tubular

$3736

Marlin 336T Texan (20” Barrel)

.30-30 Winchester

3 kg

6 Tubular

$2607

Marlin 336T Texan (20” Barrel)

.35 Remington

3.41 kg

6 Tubular

$3675

Marlin 336T Texan (20” Barrel)

.44 Magnum

2.28 kg

10 Tubular

$873

Marlin 336T Texan (18.5” Barrel)

.30-30 Winchester

3.03 kg

6 Tubular

$2587

Marlin 336LTS Texan

.30-30 Winchester

3 kg

5 Tubular

$2564

Marlin 336 Zipper

.219 Zipper

3.08 kg

5 Tubular

$1427

Marlin 336 Zipper (Heavy Barrel)

.219 Zipper

3.53 kg

5 Tubular

$1438

Marlin 336CC

.30-30 Winchester

3.2 kg

6 Tubular

$2602

Marlin 336 Cowboy

.30-30 Winchester

3.4 kg

8 Tubular

$2648

Marlin 336 Cowboy

.375 H&H Magnum

5 kg

8 Tubular

$5718

Marlin 336 Cowboy

.38-55 Ballard

4.24 kg

8 Tubular

$1082

Marlin 336XLR

.30-30 Winchester

3.4 kg

5 Tubular

$2718

Marlin 336XLR

.35 Remington

3.88 kg

5 Tubular

$3867

Marlin 308MXLR

.308 Marlin Express

3.18 kg

5 Tubular

$2572

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 336A (.30-30)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

5

Nil

81

Marlin 336A (.32)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

5

Nil

81

Marlin 336A (.35)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

8

6

Nil

81

Marlin 336C (.30-30)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 336C (.32)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 336C (.35)

LA

5

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 336C (.44)

LA

4

1-Nil

6

4

Nil

56

Marlin 336ER

LA

5

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 336 Marauder (.30-30)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

45

Marlin 336 Marauder (.35)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

46

Marlin 336 Octagon (.30-06)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

72

Marlin 336 Octagon (.32)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

72

Marlin 336 Octagon (.35)

LA

5

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

72

Marlin 336T Texan (20”, .30-30)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 336T Texan (20”, .35)

LA

5

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 336T Texan (20”, .44)

LA

4

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

56

Marlin 336T Texan (18.5”, .30-30)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

55

Marlin 336LTS

LA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

45

Marlin 336 Zipper

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

50

Marlin 336 Zipper (HB)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

54

Marlin 336CC

LA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

62

Marlin 336 Cowboy (.30-30)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

5

Nil

81

Marlin 336 Cowboy (.375)

LA

7

1-3-5

8

5

Nil

90

Marlin 336 Cowboy (.38-55)

LA

4

1-2-Nil

8

3

Nil

99

Marlin 336XLR (.30-30)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

81

Marlin 336XLR (.35)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

81

Marlin 308MXLR

LA

5

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

97

 

Marlin 375

     Notes:  This rifle is designed for one of the more powerful cartridges used in a lever-action rifle, .375 Winchester.  Based on the Model 336C, the Model 375 was meant to be a weapon that could be used to hunt in forests and heavy brush, without being stopped by the vegetation.  The action is similar to that of the Model 336C along with the same barrel length, and the stock has a pistol grip wrist.  The Model 375 proved to be rather unpopular and was produced only from 1980-82, though Marlin overestimated demand and new examples were available for years thereafter.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 375

.375 Winchester

3.06 kg

5 Tubular

$2391

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 375

LA

5

2-4-Nil

7

6

Nil

75

 

Marlin 444

     Notes:  The Model 444 was designed in 1959 specifically to fire the then-new .444 Marlin cartridge.  Until Marlin technicians came up with this cartridge (which was basically a long version of the .44 Magnum), Marlin had no plans to make a lever-action rifle in this large a caliber; the Marlin 444 was designed specifically to exploit this new cartridge. The Model 444 was based on a modified Model 336 action.  The Model 444 uses a straight-wrist stock with a high Monte-Carlo-type comb, a ventilated rubber recoil pad, and a short fore-end.  The rear sight is of the spring-leaf and elevator type common on marlin rifles, with a hooded bead front sight.  Barrel length is 24 inches.

     Variants include the Model 444S (also known as the Marlin 444S Sporter), built from 1972-88; this version used a shorter 22-inch barrel, a straight-wrist, straight-comb stock, and a semi-beavertail fore-end.  The rear sight is a simplified version of that found on the standard Model 444.  The sling swivels (also found on the standard Model 444) are easily detachable on the Model 444S, while they are permanently-mounted on the Model 444.  The Model 444SS is an additional modification of the Model 444S, built from 1988 onward; this version has an additional crossbolt-type safety, and the sling swivels are replaced by permanently-mounted eyes.  In 1999, the Model 444P Outfitter was introduced; this is sort of a carbine version of the Model 444SS, with an 18.5-inch barrel that is ported.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: The Model 444P does not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 444

.444 Marlin

3.42 kg

5 Tubular

$1416

Marlin 444S

.444 Marlin

3.4 kg

5 Tubular

$1396

Marlin 444P

.444 Marlin

3.2 kg

5 Tubular

$1386

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 444

LA

4

1-2-Nil

7

4

Nil

98

Marlin 444S

LA

4

1-2-Nil

6

4

Nil

86

Marlin 444P

LA

3

1-2-Nil

6

2

Nil

67

 

Marlin 1894 New Model

     Notes:  This is a replica of a standard western-style rifle, with a safety catch and tapping for a scope mount.  They are sometimes seen in Westerns.  It was chambered for a wide variety of rounds, all suited to the short action of the rifle.  The top of the weapon is sandblasted to minimize glare, and the sight is of the Marlin-patented “Wide-Scan” type.  Variants of note include the Model 1894C carbine, with a full-length magazine and 18.5-inch barrel; the Model 1894C also has a rubber butt plate, and a squared lever; the Model 1894CSS is the same weapon, with stainless steel metalwork polished externally. Both also have black walnut furniture. The Model 1894 Cowboy has a 20-inch tapered octagon barrel and a 10-round magazine; the 1894M, fires .22 magnum cartridges; the Model 1894S carbine, with a 20-inch barrel and an additional safety. The Model 1894SS is a stainless steel metalwork version of the original Model 1894, that is chambered only for .44 Magnum/.44 Special.

     Newer variants of the Model 1894 include the Models 1894SBL and CSBL; both have a MIL-STD-1913 rail atop the receiver and extending halfway down the barrel, a folding rear semi-buckhorn sight with a Ghost Ring front sight with a fiberoptic inlay, a Big Loop lever; black walnut furniture with checkering on the wrist and fore-end (hand-cut), an 16.25-inch barrel with deep-cut Ballard rifling, metalwork of stainless steel; and a trigger guard plate and hammer block manual safety.  Differences between the SBL and CBSL include the finish (polished stainless steel receiver, barrel, lever, and magazine tube, the fore-end cap on the SBL is bright nickel-plated and blued on the CBSL.  The Model 1894SBL is chambered and designed to use either .44 Magnum, .44 Special, or both interchangeably, and has a larger magazine tube; the Model CBSL is chambered and designed to use .357 Magnum, .38 Special, or both interchangeably.  The Model 1894SBL has a rubber recoil pad on the butt, while the Model CSBL has simply a hard rubber ribbed butt plate.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: The Model 1894SBL and CSBL do not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline, as design work did not begin until the late 2000s and they did not reach market until 2011.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 1894

.218 Bee

2.84 kg

6 Tubular

$1082

Marlin 1894

.25-20 Winchester

3.1 kg

6 Tubular

$1331

Marlin 1894

.32-20 Winchester

2.41 kg

6 Tubular

$592

Marlin 1894

.357 Magnum

2.55 kg

6 Tubular

$690

Marlin 1894

.38 Special

2.49 kg

6 Tubular

$645

Marlin 1894

.41 Magnum

2.74 kg

6 Tubular

$826

Marlin 1894

.44 Magnum

2.82 kg

6 Tubular

$888

Marlin 1894

.44 Special

2.74 kg

6 Tubular

$823

Marlin 1894

.45 Long Colt

2.91 kg

6 Tubular

$964

Marlin 1894C

.218 Bee

2.79 kg

9 Tubular

$1046

Marlin 1894C

.25-20 Winchester

3.04 kg

9 Tubular

$1295

Marlin 1894C

.32-20 Winchester

2.37 kg

9 Tubular

$556

Marlin 1894C

.357 Magnum

2.5 kg

9 Tubular

$654

Marlin 1894C

.38 Special

2.45 kg

9 Tubular

$609

Marlin 1894C

.41 Magnum

2.69 kg

9 Tubular

$791

Marlin 1894C

.44 Magnum

2.77 kg

9 Tubular

$853

Marlin 1894C

.44 Special

2.69 kg

9 Tubular

$787

Marlin 1894C

.45 Long Colt

2.86 kg

9 Tubular

$929

Marlin 1894 Cowboy

.357 Magnum

2.79 kg

10 Tubular

$710

Marlin 1894 Cowboy

.44 Magnum

3.07 kg

10 Tubular

$909

Marlin 1894 Cowboy

.44-40 Winchester

3.09 kg

10 Tubular

$918

Marlin 1894 Cowboy

.45 Long Colt

3.18 kg

10 Tubular

$985

Marlin 1894M

.22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire

2.41 kg

11 Tubular

$387

Marlin 1894S

.218 Bee

2.81 kg

6 Tubular

$1061

Marlin 1894S

.25-20 Winchester

3.07 kg

6 Tubular

$1310

Marlin 1894S

.32-20 Winchester

2.38 kg

6 Tubular

$571

Marlin 1894S

.357 Magnum

2.52 kg

6 Tubular

$669

Marlin 1894S

.38 Special

2.46 kg

6 Tubular

$624

Marlin 1894S

.41 Magnum

2.71 kg

6 Tubular

$806

Marlin 1894S

.44 Magnum

2.79 kg

6 Tubular

$867

Marlin 1894S

.44 Special

2.71 kg

6 Tubular

$802

Marlin 1894S

.45 Long Colt

2.88 kg

6 Tubular

$944

Marlin 1894SBL

.44 Magnum and .44 Special

2.72 kg

8 Tubular

$857

Marlin 1894CBSL

.357 Magnum and .38 Special

2.6 kg

7 Tubular

$638

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 1894 (.218)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

63

Marlin 1894 (.25-20)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

63

Marlin 1894 (.32-20)

LA

2

1-Nil

6

2

Nil

63

Marlin 1894 (.357)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

62

Marlin 1894 (.38)

LA

2

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

60

Marlin 1894 (.41)

LA

4

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

62

Marlin 1894 (.44 Magnum)

LA

4

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

62

Marlin 1894 (.44 Special)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

60

Marlin 1894 (.45)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

62

Marlin 1894C (.218)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

53

Marlin 1894C (.25-20)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

52

Marlin 1894C (.32-20)

LA

2

1-Nil

5

2

Nil

52

Marlin 1894C (.357)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

52

Marlin 1894C (.38)

LA

2

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

49

Marlin 1894C (.41)

LA

4

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

51

Marlin 1894C (.44 Magnum)

LA

4

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

52

Marlin 1894C (.44 Special)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

49

Marlin 1894C (.45)

LA

3

2-Nil

5

3

Nil

52

Marlin 1894 Cowboy (.357)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

68

Marlin 1894 Cowboy (.44 Magnum)

LA

4

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

68

Marlin 1894 Cowboy (.44-40)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

69

Marlin 1894 Cowboy (.45)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

68

Marlin 1894M

LA

1

Nil

5

3

Nil

57

Marlin 1894S (.218)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

57

Marlin 1894S (.25-20)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

56

Marlin 1894S (.32-20)

LA

2

1-Nil

5

2

Nil

57

Marlin 1894S (.357)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

56

Marlin 1894S (.38)

LA

2

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

54

Marlin 1894S (.41)

LA

4

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

56

Marlin 1894S (.44 Magnum)

LA

4

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

56

Marlin 1894S (.44 Special)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

54

Marlin 1894S (.45)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

56

Marlin 1894SBL (.44 Magnum)

LA

4

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

54

Marlin 1894SBL (.44 Special)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

43

Marlin 1894CBSL (.357 Magnum)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

54

Marlin 1894CBSL (.38 Special)

LA

2

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

43

 

Marlin 1894 Old Model

     Notes: Introduced in 1894, the first Model 1894 was renamed the Model 94 in 1906.  It is an improved version of the Marlin 1889, and is a side-ejecting rifle with a new locking bolt, two-piece firing pin, and a 24-inch octagonal or heavy round barrel.  Production had largely stopped by 1915, but in 1922, production resumed, only to stop again in 1924.  Small batches were then assembled from old parts from 1928-29, and they were offered in Marlin’s catalogues until 1933. The receiver, hammer, buttplate, and fore-end cap were color-case hardened.

     Variants included the Model 1894 Baby, which was a carbine with a 20-inch standard-weight barrel, a short magazine, and a very light weight.  It was produced concurrently with the standard Model 1894.  The Model 1894 Carbine generally used a 20-inch heavy barrel, but rare sub-variants had a barrel of only 15 inches.  Receivers of the Carbine were generally blued.  The Model 1894 Musket used a heavy round 30-inch barrel and was produced only from 1897-1907.  Very few were made.  Some were made with lugs for the British P/1888 sword bayonet. 

     Production of the Model 1894 was so large that exact figures are to this day unknown.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 1894

.25-20 Winchester

3.64 kg

13 Tubular

$1363

Marlin 1894

.32-20 Winchester

2.9 kg

15 Tubular

$624

Marlin 1894

.44-40 Winchester

3.2 kg

14 Tubular

$930

Marlin 1894 Baby

.38-40 Winchester

2.49 kg

6 Tubular

$795

Marlin 1894 Baby

.44-40 Winchester

2.59 kg

6 Tubular

$882

Marlin 1894 Carbine (20” Barrel)

.25-20 Winchester

3.57 kg

11 Tubular

$1321

Marlin 1894 Carbine (15” Barrel)

.25-20 Winchester

3.48 kg

8 Tubular

$1269

Marlin 1894 Carbine (20” Barrel)

.32-20 Winchester

2.84 kg

12 Tubular

$582

Marlin 1894 Carbine (15” Barrel)

.32-20 Winchester

2.77 kg

9 Tubular

$530

Marlin 1894 Carbine (20” Barrel)

.44-40 Winchester

3.13 kg

12 Tubular

$888

Marlin 1894 Carbine (15” Barrel)

.44-40 Winchester

3.05 kg

9 Tubular

$836

Marlin 1894 Musket

.25-20 Winchester

3.74 kg

16 Tubular

$1425

Marlin 1894 Musket

.32-20 Winchester

2.98 kg

18 Tubular

$686

Marlin 1894 Musket

.44-40 Winchester

3.28 kg

17 Tubular

$993

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 1894 (.25-20)

LA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

71

Marlin 1894 (.32-20)

LA

2

1-Nil

6

1

Nil

71

Marlin 1894 (.44-40)

LA

3

1-Nil

7

3

Nil

71

Marlin 1894 Baby (.38-40)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

56

Marlin 1894 Baby (.44-40)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

56

Marlin 1894 Carbine (20”, .25-20)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

58

Marlin 1894 Carbine (15”, .25-20)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

42

Marlin 1894 Carbine (20”, .32-20)

LA

2

1-Nil

6

2

Nil

58

Marlin 1894 Carbine (15”, .32-20)

LA

2

1-Nil

5

2

Nil

42

Marlin 1894 Carbine (20”, .44-40)

LA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

58

Marlin 1894 Carbine (15”, .44-40)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

42

Marlin 1894 Musket (.25-20)

LA

3

2-Nil

8

4

Nil

91

Marlin 1894 Musket (.32-20)

LA

2

1-Nil

7

1

Nil

92

Marlin 1894 Musket (.44-40)

LA

3

1-Nil

8

3

Nil

91

 

Marlin 1895 New Model

     Notes:  Introduced in 1972, this replica of the original Model 1895 is based on a modified Model 336 receiver, but altered to handle the .45-70 Government cartridge.  The top of the receiver is sandblasted to reduce glare.  The butt has a hard rubber non-slip buttplate.  The Models 1895S and 1895SS are similar, but have styling differences and/or sight differences; the Model 1895S had a pistol grip wrist with white spacers for the grip cap and buttplate, and was only produced from 1981-84.  The Model 1895SS uses a crossbolt safety catch and sling swivels (until 1988) or sling eyes (after 1988). 

     In 2006, Marlin introduced a new version of this rifle, called the Model 1895XLR.  This is essentially the same as the Model 336XLR (q.v.), but is chambered for the .45-70 Government cartridge.  A Model 1895MXLR version was also introduced, chambered for .450 Marlin instead of .45-70 Government, but otherwise identical.

     In 2011, SSK Industries, a custom gunsmithing firm, converted an 1895 with a 22-inch barrel to fire the .500 B&M Alaskan round.  This round has long been a favorite of lever-action users, but guns to fire this round have long been found only in individual builds.  The build has bright stainless steel metalwork finishing, a dark wood stock and fore-end with checkering in the pistol grip wrist and fore-end, a MIL-STD-1913 rail atop the receiver, and a heavy barrel.  The iron sights are in the scout position, with the front sight having a fiberoptic inlay.  The butt has a thick Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad.  This is about the closest one will find to a factory build .500 Alaskan rifle.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: The Model 1895XLR and MXLR are not available in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 1895

.45-70 Government

3.4 kg

4 Tubular

$1436

Marlin 1895XLR

.45-70 Government

3.4 kg

4 Tubular

$1534

Marlin 1895MXLR

.450 Marlin

3.18 kg

4 Tubular

$1526

SSK Marlin 1895

.50 B&M Magnum

3.4 kg

4 Tubular

$1693

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 1895

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

72

Marlin 1895XLR

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

82

Marlin 1895MXLR

LA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

86

SSK Marlin 1895

LA

5

1-2-3

7

5

Nil

74

 

Marlin 1895 Old Model

     Notes: The original Marlin Model 1895 (called the Model 95 after 1905) was basically a Model 1894 Old Model which was redesigned for more powerful cartridges and had some other alterations and improvements.  The standard Model 1895 used a 26-inch barrel, and this was the most common barrel length, but barrels of 15, 20, 22, 24, 28, 30, and 32 inches were also available.  The stock was of hardwood with a steel buttplate, and the rifles usually had half-length fore-ends with tubular magazines, though a full-length fore-end and magazine could be had upon request.  The receivers were almost always color-case hardened, except for the carbines (22-inch barrel or less was considered a carbine version), which had a blued receiver.  The stock could have a straight or pistol grip wrist.  Several grades of decoration and woods could be used upon request.  The Model 1895 was built from 1895 to 1915, but the .40-70 chambering was not available until 1897.  In 1903, a Hepburn tangent rear sight was added.  In 1912, a lightweight model was introduced, chambered only for .33 Winchester and with a 24-inch barrel and half-length fore-end and magazine, along with a buttplate normally used on shotguns of the time.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.41 kg

3 Tubular, 5 Tubular

$3071

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.48 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$3123

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.5 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$3143

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.53 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$3164

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.56 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$3184

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.59 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$3205

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.61 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$3225

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.33 Winchester

5.64 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$3245

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.11 kg

3 Tubular, 5 Tubular

$4153

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.19 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$4305

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.22 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$4366

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.25 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$4428

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.32 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$4489

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.34 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$4550

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.37 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$4611

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.38-56 Winchester

6.4 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$4672

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.11 kg

3 Tubular, 5 Tubular

$1107

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.16 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$1158

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.18 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$1178

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.2 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$1199

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.25 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$1219

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.27 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$1240

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.29 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$1260

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.40-60 Marlin

4.31 kg

6 Tubular, 12 Tubular

$1281

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.12 kg

3 Tubular, 5 Tubular

$1115

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.17 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$1166

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.19 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$1186

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.21 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$1207

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.26 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$1228

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.28 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$1248

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.3 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$1269

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.40-65 Winchester

4.32 kg

6 Tubular, 12 Tubular

$1289

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.24 kg

2 Tubular, 4 Tubular

$5352

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.32 kg

3 Tubular, 6 Tubular

$5505

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.34 kg

3 Tubular, 6 Tubular

$5566

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.37 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$5627

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.4 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$5688

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.43 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$5749

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.45 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$5810

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.40-70 Winchester

6.48 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$5871

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.26 kg

2 Tubular, 4 Tubular

$5371

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.34 kg

3 Tubular, 6 Tubular

$5524

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.36 kg

3 Tubular, 6 Tubular

$5585

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.39 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$5646

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.42 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$5707

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.45 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$5768

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.47 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$5830

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.40-82 Winchester

6.5 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$5891

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.49 kg

3 Tubular, 5 Tubular

$1371

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.55 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$1424

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.57 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$1445

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.59 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$1466

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.64 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$1486

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.67 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$1507

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.69 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$1527

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.45-70 Government

4.71 kg

6 Tubular, 12 Tubular

$1548

Marlin 1895 (15” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.71 kg

3 Tubular, 5 Tubular

$1536

Marlin 1895 (20” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.77 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$1587

Marlin 1895 (22” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.79 kg

4 Tubular, 7 Tubular

$1608

Marlin 1895 (24” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.81 kg

4 Tubular, 8 Tubular

$1628

Marlin 1895 (26” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.87 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$1649

Marlin 1895 (28” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.9 kg

5 Tubular, 9 Tubular

$1669

Marlin 1895 (30” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.92 kg

5 Tubular, 10 Tubular

$1690

Marlin 1895 (32” Barrel)

.45-90 Winchester

4.94 kg

6 Tubular, 11 Tubular

$1710

Marlin 1895 Lightweight

.33 Winchester

3.54 kg

4 Tubular

$3163

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Marlin 1895 (15”, .33)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

40

Marlin 1895 (20”, .33)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .33)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .33)

LA

5

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .33)

LA

5

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

92

Marlin 1895 (28”, .33)

LA

5

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

100

Marlin 1895 (30”, .33)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

107

Marlin 1895 (32”, .33)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (15”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

40

Marlin 1895 (20”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

92

Marlin 1895 (28”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

99

Marlin 1895 (30”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

107

Marlin 1895 (32”, .38-56)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (15”, .40-60)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

40

Marlin 1895 (20”, .40-60)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .40-60)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .40-60)

LA

3

2-Nil

7

4

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .40-60)

LA

3

2-Nil

7

4

Nil

92

Marlin 1895 (28”, .40-60)

LA

3

2-Nil

7

4

Nil

100

Marlin 1895 (30”, .40-60)

LA

3

2-Nil

8

4

Nil

107

Marlin 1895 (32”, .40-60)

LA

3

2-Nil

8

4

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (15”, .40-65)

LA

3

1-Nil

5

3

Nil

40

Marlin 1895 (20”, .40-65)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .40-65)

LA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .40-65)

LA

3

2-Nil

7

4

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .40-65)

LA

3

2-Nil

7

4

Nil

92

Marlin 1895 (28”, .40-65)

LA

3

2-Nil

7

4

Nil

99

Marlin 1895 (30”, .40-65)

LA

3

2-Nil

8

4

Nil

107

Marlin 1895 (32”, .40-65)

LA

3

2-Nil

8

4

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (15”, .40-70)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

39

Marlin 1895 (20”, .40-70)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .40-70)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .40-70)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .40-70)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (28”, .40-70)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

103

Marlin 1895 (30”, .40-70)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

10

5

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (32”, .40-70)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

10

5

Nil

121

Marlin 1895 (15”, .40-82)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

39

Marlin 1895 (20”, .40-82)

LA

5

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .40-82)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .40-82)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .40-82)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

92

Marlin 1895 (28”, .40-82)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

9

5

Nil

103

Marlin 1895 (30”, .40-82)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

10

5

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (32”, .40-82)

LA

6

2-4-Nil

10

5

Nil

121

Marlin 1895 (15”, .45-70)

LA

3

2-Nil

5

3

Nil

40

Marlin 1895 (20”, .45-70)

LA

4

2-Nil

6

4

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .45-70)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .45-70)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .45-70)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

92

Marlin 1895 (28”, .45-70)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

99

Marlin 1895 (30”, .45-70)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

107

Marlin 1895 (32”, .45-70)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (15”, .45-90)

LA

3

2-Nil

5

4

Nil

39

Marlin 1895 (20”, .45-90)

LA

4

2-Nil

6

4

Nil

62

Marlin 1895 (22”, .45-90)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

72

Marlin 1895 (24”, .45-90)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

82

Marlin 1895 (26”, .45-90)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

92

Marlin 1895 (28”, .45-90)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

103

Marlin 1895 (30”, .45-90)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

114

Marlin 1895 (32”, .45-90)

LA

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

121

Marlin 1895 Lightweight

LA

5

2-3-Nil

8

5

Nil

82