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Question by KMB33. Uploaded on April 23, 2009
No, the Marlin Model 81 is no longer made. I mailed Marlin a letter 5 years ago asking if they had parts for it. They said they have no parts for it and it hasn't been in production for a long time.
Rabbit Police, i just found out that the Marlin Model 81 was supposedly only produced from 1937-1939. It seems like a perfectly built gun for the time and the description of it seemed to fit. A new patented tubular magazine repeater with feeding mechanism that is unique, simple and positive. Holds 25 short, 20 long, or 17 long rifle cartridges. Take down. 24 inch round tapered barrel, crown muzzle, Ballard type rifling. Automatic ejection. Positive, convenient safety. Self cocking action. Genuine American black walnut stock, military type. Unbreakable butt plate. Chromium plated bolt, bolt handle and trigger. Sporting adjustable rear sight and silver bead front sight. Length 42 &1/2 inches. Weight about 6 & 1/4 pounds. That is the description of it.
Agreed with rabbitpolice88 and + 1 for you sir!!!
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