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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    I have for sale a Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Remington new in the box and unfired. It is the stainless guide gun in 35 Rem. It has an 18" barrel, 2/3 length mgazine and straight grip checkered walnut stock. Only 500 were made in 2005. I picked the gun out personally for the nice wood grain.

    I thought I could warm up to a stainless lever action. It turns out I just prefer the blued steel. This is a very light, handy, weather resistant gun though, and would make an excellent deer/bear/hog rifle for close quarters. Actually, with the new Hornady Leverevolution ammo you could reach out to 200yds with no problem.

    $500 shipped

    I do not have the capability of taking or downloading digital photos, but have given an accurate description. I will be happy to answer any questions you might have.

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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    Dang TnBigBore, I'm sorry it didn't work out. That's a good price, I paid considerably more.

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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    It really is a nice rifle. Try as I might, I just could not get used to the sight of a stainless levergun. If they would just make a blued one without the ports it would be perfect for me.

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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    TnBigBore, any possible interest in a trade?
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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    Warthog, normally I would say yes, but I really need the cash in this instance.

    The only trade I would consider at this point would be for a Marlin 336A 35 Rem 1970s model with the 24" barrel and thin forearm.

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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    Not a problem. Thanks for the answer. Good luck with the sale.
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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    I just bought a 1968 35 Rem, but it ain't 24 and I don't know what you mean by slim foregrip... I would have been up for it had I not just got this one...

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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    Chad, by the slim forearm, I am just contrasting it with the fat forearms on the 336As made in the late 1940s, 50s and maybe early 60s. There is nothing wrong with the older models, I simply prefer the slimmer forearm and stock. Also, the newer ones are already drilled and tapped for scopes, and I like to scope my long barreled Marlins.

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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    TBB,

    Did Marlin make a 24" "A" in the 70's?

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    WTS: Marlin 336SS LTD 35 Rem NIB

    Rifle in not unfired any longer. I could not resist the temptation and fired some of the Hornady Leverevolution through it yesterday. It shot so well, the rifle is no longer for sale. I can get used to the looks for a rifle this accurate. Sorry for the incovenience.


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