Trigger Guard Screw Used
MARLIN A1, A1C, A1DL Sears 103.4
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The Model A1 was an improved version of the Model 50, manufactured from 1936-40.The Model A1 fired from a closed bolt, and used a 24-inch barrel.The safety catch was moved to rear of the tubular receiver.The original Model A1s used a stamped steel trigger and trigger guard, and used only a spring-leaf and elevator-type rear sight and a hooded bead front sight. The Model A1 was modified in 1941, though production stopped near the end of 1941 (as Marlin was primarily making weapons for the US military during World War 2), and did not pick up again until late 1945 and continuing until late 1946.
May 10, 2019