I just picked up a 336SC Deluxe in .35 Rem at an awesome price. It's pretty minty, but is in need of an original rear sight and some new screws (boogered from screwdriver). Anyone have any suggestions on where to find a sight and screws? I looked on ebay already, but didn't find what I was looking for. Also, I'm wondering what year it was made - the date code is "TX" but the date code charts I've looked at are inconsistent, some don't list "T". I'm assuming it's a 1959 or a 1960. Any help would be great!
Last edited by yitb1488; 08-07-2012 at 08:01 PM.
Sorry I can't help with your questions, but I'm pretty sure someone will come along soon who can. I've gotten parts from Brownell's from time to time. You might try them.
Welcome to the forum! & congratulations on your new .35 Rem. I had one once & sadly traded it away. I think it's a pretty good cartridge. You might want to explore .357 handgun bullets for it. I think they might be cheaper than the normal rifle bullets & if you hunt varmints, they will come apart spectacuraly at rifle velocity's.
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Would sure like to see some pics of your rifle. Dont get a chance to see one of those every day...
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Brownells will have the screws under common parts to all 336's. They will also have a sight that will fit, but probably not the correct for an SC . I have one and it does not have the same rear sight as an rc .
For an SC I think you need one of the old stamped rear sights that don't fold down. The newer sights fold down. You may find one on eBay or search the web and you should be able to find one.
Check Midway and Numrich also for the screws.
Last edited by MarkB; 08-07-2012 at 10:11 PM.
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Thanks for the welcome! I'm very fond of the .35 Rem - this will be my fourth. It all started when I inherited my great-uncle's 1907 Remington 8. I picked up a 1958 Remington 760, and a 1974 Marlin 336C since. Best deer/hog cartridge around!
I'm going to give Brownell's a call tomorrow and check on those screws. It looks like someone cut the original rear sight to make a blank. I'd really like to put an original sight and blade back on it to complete the package. Here's a couple pictures of it. This one's almost too nice to hunt with, but I know I won't be able to resist!
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This is also a good place to look for parts. If they dont have it in stock, keep checking as they add to inventory often. Numrich Gun Parts Corporation
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Stamped rear sight is correct . Looks like it belongs on a BB gun .
Hey yitb, try chad Jones gun parts. See if that will help ya. Welcome to M.O. from Texas. Good luck and good shootin