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Old 03-15-2010, 02:36 PM   #1
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I have a marlin model 80 "AJ" that was purchased as a parts gun but after I cleaned it up it seemed too nice part out.
The gun is missing the complete bolt and I would like to know what bolts would fit.
Do different years of manufacture work in others or do I have to find one from another "AJ" stamped gun?
Numrichs are out of stock but I found one on Gunbroker .MARLIN 80 , 22 cal. COMPLETE BOLT ASSEMBLY : Bolts at GunBroker.com
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I'd say go for the bolt. It fits all Marlin model 80s to the best of my knowledge. If it don't work it'll need very minor fitting to make it work.

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I'd say go for the bolt. It fits all Marlin model 80s to the best of my knowledge. If it don't work it'll need very minor fitting to make it work.
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Been a while since I fooled with the 80- but IIRC, the 80 and the 81 were in production for a bunch of years, and there WERE changes in some parts- including the bolt. I know I had 2 model 81s that used different bolts- 80s may be the same.

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Thanks c3,
I just got a reply from the seller and he said one of the differences was handle location,the other was type of extractor.
I just wish I could be a little more certain as it'll be at least a $67.00 mistake if I'm wrong.

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Explain the situation and see if you can return it if it doesn't work.

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He already stated no returns.
I do have another Mod.80 and the bolt fits and dry fires so Il take measurements and have him check his to see if they're the same .

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I went with it,keeping my fingers crossed.If not I can always sell it.(or buy another gun for it to fit in)

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