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Old 01-17-2012, 01:15 AM   #1
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I have two rifles that i forgot i had. They have been at my mothers house for ten years and just found them yesterday. I got one from my dad when i was like nine and i got the other one after my dad passed away. I want to figure out the year they were made and what they are worth. Im not gonna be selling them but would like to know. I will post pictures when i get home. One is a marlin model 60 and the serial number startes with 22, and i dont remeber the rest but it has a tube magazine. And has two squirells on the stock. The other says its a savage aschwuts? Dont know if im spelling it right but it says its a model 184 sporter and is bolt action with a five round magazine. Says its made in west germany. Will post pictures and serial numbers when i get home from work. Thanks.

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Old 01-17-2012, 03:50 AM   #2
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The Savage is a Savage-Anschutz 184 Sporter- same as Anschutz 1441. Value of ANY gun based on exact make, model, condition. This one could run $250-$500.

The Marlin Model 60- is about $150, plus or minus. The squirrels were used by Marlin to indicate an anniversary type rifle.

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With the Marlin 60 having a 22 to start the serial number it would make it a 1978 build with a squirrel stock. It should also have the 22 or 23 inch barrel and a long magazine tube that holds a few more rounds than the current production Model 60's.

I have no idea what either would be worth.

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With the Marlin 60 having a 22 to start the serial number it would make it a 1978 build with a squirrel stock. It should also have the 22 or 23 inch barrel and a long magazine tube that holds a few more rounds than the current production Model 60's.

I have no idea what either would be worth.
express, did those have that long a barrel? mine is a pre 1984 model without the LSHO feature, 18 round tube and has the 21" barrel. i would be interested in the longer barrel and would like to find one older than mine if this was common.
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Ok got home and looked them over, first lets go with the marlin. It says Glenfield Mod. 60 The Marlin Firearms Co. North haven, Conn. USA. Serial number 23433032. Sorry i thought it started with 22''''''.

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Next the savage. It says Made by J.G.Anschutz GmbH, Waffenfabrik. Ulm/D. West Germany on the reciever. Serial number 967534A. On top of the barrel it says Savage Anschutz Model 184 Sporter.

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express, did those have that long a barrel? mine is a pre 1984 model without the LSHO feature, 18 round tube and has the 21" barrel. i would be interested in the longer barrel and would like to find one older than mine if this was common.
They had the 21" barrels, not sure why I was thinking 22 or 23". Yours has the long barrel and longer magazine Marlin was using back then.
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Those are both good .22's, the bolt and the semi give you lots of room and versatility, I had an anschutz, great .22, put a Shepherd scope on it and see what accurate .22 shooting really is.

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