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Old September 22nd, 2019, 08:15 PM #1
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Ranger 22

looking to confirm a part number inherited a Ranger 22 model 103-13 good possibility same as Marlin model 80 the Marlin used a few dif. fire pins. What i need is a part number for the Ranger fire pin so i can cross it to a Marlin. Numrich is my only search any help .
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looking to confirm a part number inherited a Ranger 22 model 103-13 good possibility same as Marlin model 80 the Marlin used a few dif. fire pins. What i need is a part number for the Ranger fire pin so i can cross it to a Marlin. Numrich is my only search any help .
I have a Ranger 20g o/u from the 30s it was made by Marlin for Sears. Marlin stopped servicing the gun some years ago and sold all the spare part to Numrich. I was able to track down the top lever spring at Numrichs and have my old 20 gauge o/u repaired after sitting in the safe broken for almost 30 years . I don't shoot it any more but am passing it on to my son as it was passed from my father to me and by his father to him. I hope you find the part you need.
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I have a Ranger 20g o/u from the 30s it was made by Marlin for Sears. Marlin stopped servicing the gun some years ago and sold all the spare part to Numrich. I was able to track down the top lever spring at Numrichs and have my old 20 gauge o/u repaired after sitting in the safe broken for almost 30 years . I don't shoot it any more but am passing it on to my son as it was passed from my father to me and by his father to him. I hope you find the part you need.
alike story my father n law gave it to me last weekend. It started with his grandfather to his dad to him to me . It cleaned up nicely but i suspect broken fire pin .Thank you
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Lance,

That part number indicates it was a Sears and Roebuck sold rifle. It was essentially a Marlin 81 bolt action, tube fed. The Sears guns usually had Beech stocks, cheaper stamped sights and didn't have things like grip caps and white line butt plates. I would say that you should look at other model Marlin made bolt actions of the period as they probably used the same firing pin. I grew to hate the tube fed models as getting parts for the lifter assembly was almost impossible in later years.
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That part number indicates it was a Sears and Roebuck sold rifle. It was essentially a Marlin 81 bolt action, tube fed. The Sears guns usually had Beech stocks, cheaper stamped sights and didn't have things like grip caps and white line butt plates. I would say that you should look at other model Marlin made bolt actions of the period as they probably used the same firing pin. I grew to hate the tube fed models as getting parts for the lifter assembly was almost impossible in later years.
Thanks John im the forth father that has owned this rifle. maybe i'll just purchase the 5 dif. pins numrich has listed and see if i can match one of them up .
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That sounds reasonable. You can always send back what you don't need.
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That sounds reasonable. You can always send back what you don't need.
OK didn't know that .
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Sears 103.13 = Marlin 81
Many Sears brand were also listed as Ranger
Decent cross ref here too - https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forum...d.php?t=355471
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Sears 103.13 = Marlin 81
Many Sears brand were also listed as Ranger
Decent cross ref here too - https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forum...d.php?t=355471
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