Anyone know anything about it? I logged on to Ellett Brothers, Dealer price is $625 which is high.
Manufacturer number 70501
This comes up on The Gallery of Guns. Upgraded walnut and engraved scroll work and gold horse and rider. No picture given.
Other Variations New Search Return to Search Results
BRAND: Marlin # OF MAGS: MODEL: 336C Limited Edition SAFETY: Hammer Block Safety TYPE: Rifle SIGHTS: FT: Hooded Ramp RR: Adjustable Semi-Buckhorn CALIBER: 30-30 BARREL LENGTH: 20" Micro-Groove Barrel FINISH: Blue OVERALL LENGTH: 38.25" ACTION: Lever Action WEIGHT: 7 lbs STOCK: Grade "B" Walnut, Checkered with Pistol Grip PACKAGING: CAPACITY: 6+1 FEATURES: First of Multi-Year Series CHOKES: FEATURES: Engraved with Scroll Work and Gold Horse & Rider CHAMBER: BUTT PLATE: Hard Rubber Butt Pad MUZZLE: RECEIVER: Blue Steel, Drilled and Tapped
Elmer Keith, enough said.
Marlin League # 43 co-captain
Team 39 #49
Team 30-30 #57
Team 32 Special #70
Team 35 #9
Team 444 #216
Team 45-70 #509
Team Old Pharts # 56 Captain
A "Limited" Marlin for $625.00??.........................I recall the North Haven Deluxe Marlins were about $895.00, and that was 4-5 years ago, too.
Maybe the new "Limited" ones from remington are the "Ones that actually work"?....................
Sorry, but I skeptical.........
Treat others the way you want to be treated.
TEAM 444 #187, Team 35 #7, Two Marlin 1894Cs, Remlin 1894C, 1894-44mag, 1952 Marlin 30-30, 1966 Texan 30-30. Glenfield 36G & two 30A's 30-30, 30-30 XLR, , 4- 35rem. 1951 SC, 1957, 1975 and 2008, 38-55 CB, M-375, 308 MX, 338MXLR, 444P, 444SS, , XS-7 22-250, XS-7 7mm-08 AI,
You can't cheat the mountain. Mountain's got its own ways, Pilgrim.
Every picture I have seen of them the forearm doesn't meet the reciever there is a fairly big gap.
Even in the brochure pics the furniture doesn't fit. What does that tell you?
That "Limited" is the flagship of the line? The way that fore end fits the metal is shameful. I would be too embarassed to even show that gun and certainly would not call it a "flagship". Greed overcomes pride.
Well, when I first viewed the 336 Limited Edition I thought it was hideous. I'm not fond of fancy engraving with outlining the lines of the receiver.
The checkering is what really turned me off, the design is gawdy. It may strike someone's fancy but not mine.
I also noticed the lack of tapering the forearm to the receiver. I suppose Remington has a new standard of what constitutes fit and finish in their furniture, if what is representated in that picture is the new norm.
My idea of a 336 Limited Edition would have been a commemortive one devoted to John M. Marlin. A simple but tasteful engraving of John Marlin on the receiver would be something that I'd be interested in. The furniture would sport JM's standard of fit with deep cut checkering in a more traditional upgrade design and a true oil finish to a high grade fancy walnut. Metal whould be that of JM Marlin's deep blue standard. In addition, the engraving shouldn't be gold finished, maybe a silver or nickel finish would be cool. But keep it tastefully simple.
Yeah, that would be something I'd want to own and use and be willing to pay a premium price to acquire.
Last edited by JACKW1; 02-08-2014 at 06:32 PM. Reason: Clarification of walnut stock
All that the South has ever desired was that the Union, as established by our forefathers, should be preserved, and that the government, as originally organized, should be administered in purity and truth. – Robert E. Lee
My avatar is dedicated in honor of my Great Great Grandfather who fought at Bunker Hill and survived to continue his fight in The American Revolutionary War for Liberty and Freedom.