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The Marlin Levermatic was a family of lever action rifles created by Marlin Firearms in the 1950s. The Levermatic differed from the traditional lever-action rifle, such as the Marlin 39A, in that it employed a cam-and-roller system giving it an extremely smooth and short lever motion to reload a new cartridge. This cam-and-roller system was originally invented by Kessler Arms Company for their "Lever-Matic" shotgun. Following Kessler's dissolution, Marlin licensed the idea and began producing rifles using a similar design. This firearm is a model 57M calibered in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire with a tube magazine and was manufactured from 1959 to 1969.
This gun has been used, but is in great condition. There are some minor wear on the gun, like a few light patches of rust and a few indentations on the stock as pictured. The gun's rifling is crisp and clean. The serial number on the gun indicates that it was manufactured in 1969, the last year this model was produced. Pictures are of the actual firearm and are the best representation of what you will receive.
Caliber: .22 Mag (WMR)
Capacity: 15 + 1
Barrel Length: 24"
Front Sight: Fixed Bead
Rear Sight: Adjustable
Optic: 4x32 Tasco Scope
Overall Length: 42.75"
Weight: 8 lbs
Metal Finish: Blued
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