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    Tenderfoot
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    Newbie Marlin 336 ejector help?!?

    Updated! thanks all! got it in there- so simple!

    Mike





    Update: Well, I got it back together and working----without-- putting the ejector back in!, just wanted to be sure that I could do it!

    I am really liking this rifle, I like the way its built and the simplicity of design and that its made with steel and wood-

    Any help on the ejector would still be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks again

    Mike



    First off, thanks all for the great information I have been able to get off the board- lot of really in the know Marlin folks here!

    And that said, can any one help a new guy?

    I have a 336 -pawn shop special, 1969 manufacture- and, look like it has not been cleaned since!

    Took it down to the last pin and bolt and scrubbed it for two days, looks new ( bolt heads are kinda chewed)

    Problem, the 'now reverse' directions for getting this rifle back together are not working ( for me) I have it down to every part

    Whats killing me is just where the ejector sit? the blow up pics just have is sort of 'floating' where does this go?

    Would any one have a --pic-- of the ejector as it sits in the rifle?

    And would any one happen to have a step by step pictoral guide to ---- re assemble the 336?

    Any help would be appreciated! I have only tommorow to get together then wont have any time for the next week, so its crunch time here!

    I think that if I can solve the ejector issue, I should be able to get it after that

    Regards and thanks

    Mike

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    Tenderfoot
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    Re: Newbie Marlin 336 ejector help?!?

    Text details and great pictures at:

    Marlin Centerfire Lever Guns Trigger Slicker Upper
    Wild West Guns' Trigger Happy Kit
    by Joe D'Alessandro Editor | RealGuns.Com

    http://www.realguns.com/Commentary/comar185.htm






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    Cowpoke
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    Re: Newbie Marlin 336 ejector help?!?

    Go here I am sure you will find any information you need. http://marauder.homestead.com/Rifles.html

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    Tinhorn
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    Re: Newbie Marlin 336 ejector help?!?

    Quote Originally Posted by gclefton





    Just put that little round nipple on the ejector in its hole and slide the bolt back on.


    Marlin 1895GS 45/70
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    Tenderfoot
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    Re: Newbie Marlin 336 ejector help?!?

    Thanks again all! shooting in the morning!

    Mike

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    Re: Newbie Marlin 336 ejector help?!?

    MM,
    Just to add a little info-------with the bolt installed it keeps the ejector in place so it doesn't fall out.

    Hip

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    Tenderfoot
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    Re: Newbie Marlin 336 ejector help?!?

    Thanks again all, good info and cracker jack response time

    Regards

    Mike


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