My friend is trying to sell me his 336 .30-30. I'm not really interested, but was wondering what he should be asking in the price range. All I know is it is not drilled for a top mount scope.
What info do I need to help find a price range?
Thanks in advance!
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Well first you need to know if it is a 336 'A', 'RC', or 'SC'. If its not drilled it was made before 1955. The average value of an early 336 seems to be about $350 in decent shape. But a 336A rifle can go upwards of $400 if it is nice.
...said I didn't have a use for one, never said I didn't know how to use it....
some of the things that will help id the gun are.
1. does it have bands that go over the forearm or is it a cap?
2. how long is the barrel?
3. is the stock checkered?
4. what is the serial number with the last 2 digits as xx (AA435xx)
5. does the magazine run the full length of the barrel or just half way?
6. what are the barrel markings?
if you give us answers to those 6 things we can tell you what you have. If you add a few picture of the gun and the general condition, someone can offer an estimate of value. be very careful, even touching a Marlin will cause one to purchase a gun safe full in the end. they are as addictive as tattoos!
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If it is not drilled and tapped it will have a letter prefix in the serial number to determine it's age.
F = 1949
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