I found an old rifle in the basement or rather part of one, it's a complete barreled action complete with bolt, trigger, and sights. The only markings I can see are on the barrel it reads:
Marlin GLENFIELD PRODUCTS NEW HAVEN CONN. U.S.A.
Model 100 G.________Cal. 22 S, L. & LR.
(the G could possibly be a 6)
Theres also a small DH stamped in the barrel just forward of the reciever.
It has a blade front sight, and a notch rear sight. I THINK the front sight can be difted Left, and Right, and the Rear sight has a simple slideing notched ramp to elevate the raer sight leaf. There are also grooves milled into the top of the reciever for an aparent dovetale mount. lt has a T shaped cocking handle, and must be manualy pulled back to cock the rifle after cycling the bolt, it is not automaticly cocked by cycling the bolt. This is a single shot rifle, there is no provision for a magazine of any kind. The barrel appears to be a little over 21" or so maybe 21.5 inches roughly measured from the muzzle to the front of the reciever, and it appears to have a .22 caliber bore, and thats whats indicated by the markings. Also there is no serial number of any kind that I can find on the rifle.
So what exactly is this?
When was it made?
Was it ever in use by a millitary, or police force of some kind, or was it strictly civillian?
What is it's history?
Where can I find a new stock, and whatever else I need to complete this?
What parts am I missing?
Whats this worth?
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