Marlin Model 88 Barreled Receiver w/ Bolt Assembly, 24-Inch

Marlin Model 88 Barreled Receiver w/ Bolt Assembly, 24-Inch

You are considering a vintage Marlin Model 88 Barreled Receiver. Included are the bolt assembly and front and rear sights. The front sight bead is broken. The bolt cycles when the handle is depressed, and the action feels smooth. It is unknown how many small internal parts may or may not be missing. The condition is considered Very Good; the metalwork retains above 75% of the original bluing, with typical wear and finish loss on the high points. The bore is bright and shiny with well-defined rifling and no corrosion.

  • Manufacturer: Marlin
  • Model: 88
  • Serial Number: N/A
  • Caliber: .22 Long Rifle


Only 1 left in stock

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