Consumer Rebates on Select Marlin Firearms

Consumer Rebates Now Available on Select Marlin Firearms

Marlin Firearms
Marlin Firearms

Madison, NC –-( Marlin Firearms Company is offering a 2009 Fall Consumer Rebate program on many of their popular rimfire and centerfire firearms, beginning August 1, 2009.

This promotional campaign features cash-back savings on select Marlin 22 bolt-action rifles; Model 795TM autoloading rimfire rifles; and Model 336TM lever-action centerfire rifles with valid retail purchases from August 1, 2009 through December 31, 2009.

The 2009 Fall Marlin Promo program features significant consumer savings of up to $35 on new gun purchases that meet the following rebate eligibility requirements: All mail in or online requests for these rebates must be received by 1/15/10; rebates are limited to one entry per offer per person, address or household unless otherwise stated on individual coupons; and a valid purchase receipt dated 8/1/09 through 12/31/09 must be provided.

2009 Marlin Fall Promo

  • • Model 336 Lever-Action Rifles (336W, 336A, 336C, 336SS, 336XLR) – A $35 rebate applies to select models; does not include 338 or 308 Marlin Express.
  • • Model 795 Autoloading Rifles – A $20 rebate applies to all models.
  • • 22 Bolt-Action Rifles (925R, 925RM, 917VR, 980S, 981T, 983T) – A $20 rebate
    applies to select models.

National advertising campaigns, co-op advertising and point-of-purchase materials will feature the 2009 Marlin Fall firearms rebate offer. Please contact your sales representative or visit the Partners section at for additional information on this sales incentive program.

Founded in 1871, and now located in Gardner, Massachusetts, today H&R 1871 employs over 200 people. Marketing its products under the brand names of Harrington & Richardson and New England Firearms, H&R 1871 is the largest manufacturer of single shot shotguns and rifles in the world.

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enquire, rebate#1944905 over 6 weeks ago, havent seen it .want to use to buy your 30.06

J. W. Ross

Dear Sirs: About 20 years ago, I purchased a Marlin 12 Gage shot gun from my step father who said that it belonged to his father or grand father. He died at the age of 90 about 10 years ago. It is a pump action shot gun. The barrel is very clean and has a very western looking stock with the name of MARLIN on the end of the stock. It shows several pat dates on the gun barrel inluding the following: April 2, 1889, November 6, 1894, Nov 27, 1900, Ma 29, 1904, and Nov 29, 1904. The additonal… Read more »