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    I keep looking for one, but needs to be later one for receiver drilled and tapped.
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    Always better to carry "too much" gun and too many cartridges...
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    That's sexy.

    I love the A models with the end cap forearm and half mag.
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    Cajun,
    Why anyone would trade off a 35 Rem for a 30-30 escapes me..... Great deal for you though.
    I know that I will rile some folk here but I don't think that the 30-30 is a good deer cartridge. It is OK at best. The guns sell the cartridge.
    Last edited by Bill2311; 09-11-2019 at 07:24 AM.
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    Always better to carry "too much" gun and too many cartridges...
    Marlin 1894SS(2009), Marlin 1894(1975), Winchester 1886 Ultralight rifle(1910), Springfield Trapdoor carbine(1880), Sharps carbine(1863), Savage 99 358 Winchester.
    I like big calibers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill2311 View Post
    Cajun,
    Why anyone would trade off a 35 Rem for a 30-30 escapes me..... Great deal for you though.
    I know that I will rile some folk here but I don't think that the 30-30 is a good deer cartridge. It is OK at best. The guns sell the cartridge.
    He wanted to mount a scope on rifle and his dad who is a member here, told him it will bring the valve of Marlin down! Soooo! I got lucky! I've already put a peep sight on it and need to get me a taller front sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill2311 View Post
    I keep looking for one, but needs to be later one for receiver drilled and tapped.
    I just saw a very well made Marlin 336 in .35 Rem. It's in a Idaho Falls, Id. Gun store. It's new and $509. If you want the Phone #, let me know.
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    Cajun,
    I get that. I too would not drill and tap a rifle that had not been done from the factory. Same for cutting back barrels. I cringe when I see some of these. Especially the XLR guns.
    And if I can't find one, I have 2 44 mag rifles that are scoped and others (see signature) that are not. All quite capable of taking deer.
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    Always better to carry "too much" gun and too many cartridges...
    Marlin 1894SS(2009), Marlin 1894(1975), Winchester 1886 Ultralight rifle(1910), Springfield Trapdoor carbine(1880), Sharps carbine(1863), Savage 99 358 Winchester.
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    Very nice indeed. I have a 336A in 30-30 which I got a great deal on. My beloved Dad had the same rifle but passed it down to his grandson before he passed so my son has it. It was his main deer rifle for many years and took a lot of deer. I like the 336A and yours being in 35 Rem is a plus. Kind of rare I think because I don't see many of them. I have a 336C in 35 Rem.
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    Here's my 1950 Marlin 35 Remington.



    This one has an unmolested waffle top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott1970 View Post
    Here's my 1950 Marlin 35 Remington.



    This one has an unmolested waffle top.


    Thanks for the rifle porn! It's a beauty!

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    It sure looks perfect to me!
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