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    Tinhorn
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    My granddaddys 336

    I recently finally received the Marlin 336 that my granddaddy left me when he passed away a decade ago. According to the serial number it is from 1978 but all it says on model is mod. 336. How do I figure out what model of 336 it is? Sorry if it's a dumb question but I'm new to Marlins.
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    First, welcome to MO. You will like it here and you will get answers to any question or problem. It's nice that you now have your Granddaddy's 336 as he wanted. I'm sure you will treasure it.

    If it has a walnut stock, pistol grip with a white line spacer and a full length mag tube it should be a 336C. If it has a straight stock (no pistol grip) it is a Texan.

    A photo will help us to identify the 336.
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    Welcome to MO from Houston, Texas. Glad to have you.

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    Welcome to the forum. Family guns are nice. You can remember your Grand Father when you use that rifle.
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    Thank you guys very much, I'm glad to be here. I just took a couple pics of my rifle but it won't let me upload them from my phone. I'll work my way around it later tonight.
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    It's the same thing as a 336C I have a 78 model in .35 and welcome to Marlinowners from Louisiana!!!
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    Welcome from the swamp. Enjoy.
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    Welcome. I really wish I had rifles from either of my Grandpa's I was so young when they died I got nuthin. Take care of it and enjoy it. Below is a few pictures of a 1962 336 that I bought from someones grandson. While I was happy to get it, I could not believe that the kid did not care about it at all.
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    Galaxieman
    1952 336 30-30 Waffle Team 30-30 #504
    1954 336 Texan .35 Rem
    1964 39A Team 39 #142
    1978 Sears Model 45 in .35 Rem Team 35 #330
    1978 444 Team 444 # 571 RIP
    1981 1894 .44 Mag Team 1894 #204
    2007 45-70 Guide Gun Team 45-70 #566
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    Thats a good lookin rifle. It blows my mind that people let heirlooms like that go. If somebody tried to take my granddaddys rifle from me all teyd get is the bullet lol. Mine has a walnut finish and full length magazine tube and a straight stock, no pistol grip, so I guess that makes it a Texan?
    Last edited by rebelborn; 08-24-2012 at 08:43 PM.
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    It's a Texan! Here's a link that gives you a lot of info. Texans are VERY nice!

    http://www.marlinowners.com/forum/33...ns-texans.html
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