Marlin Firearms Customer Service Information & Exploration

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Marlin Firearms, P.O. Box 1871, Madison, NC 27025, United States.www.marlinfirearms.comNa

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Marlin Firearms Exploration

Marlin Firearms is an America manufacturing company of rifles and weapons. Marlin Firearms company began its business in 1880 by John Mahlon Marlin and is headquartered in Madison, North Carolina, United States. Principal models of Marlin rifles are Marlin Model 1895, Marlin model 20, Marlin Model 39A, Marlin Model 795, Marlin Camp Carbine, Marlin Model 60, Marlin Levermatic, Marlin Model XT-22, and much more. Marlin Firearms company works as part of Freedom Group, a nation's foremost manufacturing holding company of firearms and sporting goods based in United States. Marlin's manufacturing facilities are located in Kentucky and New York. The company operates several service centers in Illinois, California, Minnesota and Oklahoma. Marlin Firearms Company uses modern and innovative techniques and high quality raw material to furnish different Firearms and weapons. Some important collection of Firearm produced by Marlin Firearms Company include Marlin No. 20, a .22 caliber pump-action rifle with tubular barrel, Marlin Model 27 and 27s, Pump action rifles chambered in several smokeless powder crtridges, Marlin Model 1897, lever action repeater, Marlin Model 25MG, a bolt action, .22 WMR shotgun, Marlin Model XL7, a long action center fire bolt-action rifle, Marlin Model Golden 39A, lever action repeater, and much more other stylish and high potential weapons.

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Marlin Firearms
P.O. Box 1871
Madison, NC 27025

Some Important Instructions That Should Be Followed While Shipping Firearms For Repair Services

The following instructions should be followed if customers want to send their Marlin Firearms on shipments for the repair services:
  • Record the serial number of your gun before transportation.
  • Pack your gun for safety and to avoid further harm in delivery and taking care of Ideally, transport in a gun box.
  • Be sure and confident to stamp your arrival address on the outside of the case and accompanying letter.
  • Expel all extras from the gun to anticipate misfortune or harm.
  • Encase a letter with the gun enumerating the model name or number of the gun and serial number alongside a full depiction of the issue. Make certain to incorporate your name and address (P.O. Box and Street Address), including postal division, daytime phone number and email address.
  • Ship your gun by either United Parcel Service (UPS) or Parcel Post (US Post Office); Marlin guns is not in charge of harm or misfortune amid shipment, so clients may choose to purchase insurance from the bearer.

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Marlin Firearms User Queries

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Phil SmithMay 17, 2016

I noticed that you have a misprint statin that John Marlin started his business in "1980" instead of 1880 etc. The misprint is in the first paragraph in the link listed below I posted. I just thought you might want to know and correct that. Have a good day. Phil Smith

Customer care female
Phil SmithMay 17, 2016

I noticed that You have a misprint stating that John Marlin started his business in "1980" instead of 1880 etc. It's in the first paragraph of the page. The misprint is on this page

Customer care male
Charles LaubachSep 15, 2015

I can not register my recently purchased rifle on on warranty site. The problem is that the pages comes back after submitting with a asterisk for the email I sent several times with two different email and will not submit.

Customer care male
Sherman BatmanAug 08, 2015

I Have a 1895 45-70 Marlin. When I purchased the the left side of the stock was poorly finished. I contacted customer service and they sent materials for me to send the entire rifle back. I do not want to do this after reading some of the stories on the marlin owners web page. So please send me a new, properly finished, stock and let me return this blemished one?That way I get to keep my rifle here at home without the considerable time lust by returning it to the factory for a simple stock change. Thank you, Sherman Batman .