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Popular Mechanics, October 1943: "Machine Guns From Backyard Arsenals," by Popular Mechanics Staff Writer2.
Firepower, July 1985: "Build a Sten," (Observed online, but do not have specifics - If anyone has this issue of the magazine, please let me know the details.)3.
As far as the Sterling, I only have a basic knowledge, and a couple of manuals, so I will rely upon others to help me with content for that firearm. For me, the most fascinating thing about the Sten was how it was born of necessity during some of the darkest hours of British struggle in World War II.
This date code is different than the one already listed, as Marlin rimfire rifles (other than the model 39 series) did not have a serial numbers until required to by Law after 1968. serial # 191797** there are no other markings on the rifle Also reading these posts, there are no markings on, near, around, or underneath the lever I would assume the date code would be the but it doesn't fit with what others have posted.subtract 19 from 100 = 81 so 1981. The Glenfield model is the same as any regular Marlin 336 but was made for a chain store, used hard wood instead of Walnut and may have had different sights.
The Sten is no different, and the following articles provide examples of numerous nicknames for the Sten Submachine Gun that developed through use.
"Plumber's Delight," and "Cake Decorator" are two that jumped out at me.1.
The second letter of the date code is as follows: F = 1962 G = 1963 H = 1964 I = 1965 J = 1966 K = 1967 L = 1968 So a date code of "JK" would indicate that rifle was made in October of 1967. Straight stock, 21 ½ inch barrel, 40 ½ inch over-all. If you give us that letter we'll be able to tell you the year it was made. Perhaps there is some obscure marking that is near impossible to find – like markings on Waterford crystal, but I see nothing else.
No other identification can be found other than the Marlin insignia Doesn't seem to fit into the date codes above. There will be a letter before the serial number that will probably be between "M" and "S"" in the alphabet.
The JM you mention is the proof mark applied to all Marlin rifles.