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This date code was usually stamped on the left side of the barrel just in front of the receiver. Frankm there is a two letter code for month and year on 22's from 60-68 I do not know if it was on any other years, scroll down at the link below and you will find the list.The first letter of the date code is as follows: A = Jan. There is a much more complete information on dating a Marlin here at in the reference section. t=495G Wi; You apparently have a new Marlin Model 1895 that was manufactured in 1973.Currently, the model with a 24-inch barrel is only available in .30-30 Winchester.The Model 336 is currently produced by Remington Arms.This date code is different than the one already listed, as Marlin rimfire rifles (other than the model 39 series) did not have a serial numbers until required to by Law after 1968. serial # 191797** there are no other markings on the rifle Also reading these posts, there are no markings on, near, around, or underneath the lever I would assume the date code would be the but it doesn't fit with what others have posted.subtract 19 from 100 = 81 so 1981. The Glenfield model is the same as any regular Marlin 336 but was made for a chain store, used hard wood instead of Walnut and may have had different sights.The first letter of the date code represented the month of manufacture while the second letter indicated the year. The workings are exactly the same as any other Marlin.I hope this helps all Marlin owners:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Marlin Year of Manufacture Marlin year of manufacture maybe determined from the following list of letter/numeral prefixs to the serial number; this coding only applies to serialized rifles:1946-C1947-D1948-E1949-F1950-G1951-H1952-J1953-K1954-L1955-M1956-N1957-P1958-R1959-S1960 (August)-1961-U1961 (August)-1962-V1963-W1964-Y,-Z1965-AA1966-AB1967-AC1968-AD, -681969-691970-701971-711972-72Starting in 1973, the year of manufacture maybe determined by subtracting the first two digits of the serial number from 100: Example: SN 2512345 would have been made in 1975 [100 - 25 = 75] and SN 94365295 would have been made in 2006 [ 100 - 94 = 06 (2006) ]. I bought mine in 1965, used it a few years for Ground Hog hunting, and stored it away. I have a Model 60SS that I determined that the Manufacure year is 1996. I would like to know if there is a way to determine the month of manufacture.For Marlin Rimfire Rifles [non-serialized]: From 1962 thru 1968 Marlins rimfire rifles (other than the 39 series lever actions) used a two letter date code that was stamped on the barrel. It was fairly accurate, a great mechanism, and still a beautiful gun. Thank you, Frank I have a rifle like dds that does not have the markings that it should have, it's a marlin glenfield mod. that along with the are marked on the left side of the barrel. My serial number is behind the hammer right where the stock joins the gun.

The second letter of the date code is as follows: F = 1962G = 1963H = 1964I = 1965J = 1966K = 1967L = 1968So a date code of "JK" would indicate that rifle was made in October of 1967. Straight stock, 21 ½ inch barrel, 40 ½ inch over-all. If you give us that letter we'll be able to tell you the year it was made. Perhaps there is some obscure marking that is near impossible to find – like markings on Waterford crystal, but I see nothing else.

Such notables as “Buffalo Bill” Cody and Annie Oakley–not to mention countless cowboys, buffalo hunters and target shooters–also adopted some sort of Marlin as their gun of choice.

Actually, the firm’s lever rifles came on the scene well after it produced some derringers, revolvers and single-shot rifles, but it seems that despite these other excellent products–along with some top-notch shotguns–it is the repeaters that stick in the minds of most firearms aficionados.

After serving his apprenticeship as a machinist, by 1863 he was in the business of manufacturing small .22, .30 and .32 rimfire single-shot derringers, expanding the line in 1870s to include similar guns in the popular .41 rimfire. Ballard in the 1860s, these falling blocks were first manufactured by Merrimack Arms, then by the Brown Manufacturing Company (which also offered a small single-shot derringer, the Southerner), both in Newburyport, Massachusetts.

Also in that year, Marlin began making small pocket revolvers, similar in looks and construction to early Smith & Wessons. In 1875, Marlin took on the manufacture of Ballard single-shot rifles. Though these products were of good quality, it took Marlin to really get the line off the ground, expanding it to numerous styles and calibers.