Model 39A

Introduced in 1937, a less-expensive sister of the Model 39.

This model had a blued receiver, with low serial numbers featuring a letter before the numbers. First introduced in 1939 with a new long beavertail forearm and round barrel. In 1940 variation of the design was introduced with a straight-grip stock. A Mountie version of this rifle was presented to Gail Davis, who played Annie Oakley on Broadway in 1958 and used the rifle in the show. A number of variations of this popular rifle have been introduced in the succeeding years.
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Marlin Model 39A Straight Grip/Shotgun Style Buttstock



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Marlin Model 39A Pistol Grip/Shotgun Style Buttstock


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Marlin Model 39A Round Barrel Forearm


Deluxe Stock Finishing Kit

Stock Finishing Kits

Convenient in-a-box supplies for fitting and finishing stocks. Save money by ordering the kit!

We offer two stock finishing kits. The Standard Kit consists of inletting black, three grits of sandpaper, filler/sealer, PGW Classic Oil Finish, neutral colored gunstock wax, a green "Scotch-Brite" pad (replaces steel wool), polishing cloth, and brushes. Our Deluxe Kit adds a straight file, a half round file, and straight and curved hand gouges -- everything you need to properly fit and finish stocks at a savings over buying the products individually, in one handy box. The Standard Kit is $28.50; the Deluxe Kit is $47.50.