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    336C vs. 336W?

    What's the real difference between the 336C and the 336W? Is the "C" more accurate?
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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    The major difference between the two is the fact that the C has a walnut stock and forearm and the W's are birch. Accuracy differences depend on the individual rifles and loads.
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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    Same accuracy, different furniture.

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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    The "W" indicates it was an economy gun made to be sold at Walmart. They shoot fine...just not as "purdy".

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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skitzer
    Same accuracy, different furniture.
    Thanks for the info guys.
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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    As said, aside from the furniture, the W is every bit the rifle of any other Marlin and is an excellent value.

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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    My wife, Marla, kind of fell in love with a W at Academy, so we bought it for her along with a Bushnell Elite 3200 3 - 9 X 40 scope that she liked. It's her 4th Marlin; I think she's caught the Marlinitis disease.
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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    The front and rear sites are different on the W than the C. With a little better sites on the C.

    The W doesn't have a fold down rear site and the C does. This is nice if you use a scope as you can mount it low and flip it down to get clearance. The W I had to remove the rear site to get clearance with the bell of the scope.

    The C also has a rubber butt pad. The W just has the hard plastic butt plate.
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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian in FL
    My wife, Marla, kind of fell in love with a W at Academy, so we bought it for her along with a Bushnell Elite 3200 3 - 9 X 40 scope that she liked. It's her 4th Marlin; I think she's caught the Marlinitis disease.



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    Re: 336C vs. 336W?

    I reckon so. In any event, I sure married right. And, that's the livin' truth.
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