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Old November 29, 2008, 02:11 PM   #6
jmr40
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Is there a model number on the gun somewhere. As others have said the 30-30 was not introduced until 1895 and was marked 30 WCF instead to 30-30 on many early guns. I used www.armscollectors.com and came up with 1884 as well. this does not seem possible. A few more details and perhaps a picture may help.

Marlin has made some special runs of rifles that do not fit into the normal code. It is possible that you have a more modern rifle that was a special run.
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