Marlin 1892 22 RF

Lever Action Rifle

 

 

Note, for some of the older firearms, many over 100 years old, the factories never used what we now know as assembly drawings, but just views of many of the component parts & possibly randomly placed.  They recommended that you send the old broken part in and give a full description, (Model, Caliber & Serial Number) for positive ID. 

 

The drawings listed below are CAD drawn personally using existing parts from known guns.  The part numbers have been arrived at by comparing numerous factory parts illustrations.   This has taken many years and research.  The numbers in blue are new for this model, while the numbers in black are carried over from previous models that use the same parts

 

This is the only place ANYWHERE else that you will find these correct illustrated part numbers
as it took me YEARS to disassemble each different model, lay them out & figure out the changes
and then do these CAD drawings
 

 

 

The parts listed below are for your identification purposes only. 
The author of this website DOES NOT have any parts.

 

 

These CAD drawings use as close to as factory part numbers as we can resurrect.  The PURPLE parts show the semi-pistol grip version.   The BLUE parts show the difference between this model & the earlier 1891.  The parts #20,21,22, & 23 are the later ejector type introduced in 1904 & used until this model was discontinued in 1915.  These firearms underwent numerous improvements from the 1891 Sideloader, to the standard 1891, then the 1892, then 1897, 39 & 39A.  Many of the subsequent models used some common 1891 parts.


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Originated 07-19-2006 Last updated 01-18-2016
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