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    Marlin 336A in .35!

    My turn to show off my 1950 Marlin 336A in 35 Remington!

    That makes two 35's in safe! Just got it! downloaded pictures from cell phone. Didn't do no cleaning!

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    Traded a 1980 Marlin 30/30 for this!

    Extra's!

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    Very good trade deal! Why don't you give President Trump a call and tell him you negotiate trading very well?
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    Very nice rifle. Love those 35’s.
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    I am looking for that rifle in a 1952 version myself.... Had a chance for one and let it slip away. Yours is a very nice example!
    Texas Shooter and cajun56 like this.
    I like it. I love it. Can't get enough of it.

    Lever Action Silhouette Rifle - You get more clang for your bang with lever action silhouette.....



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    Congrats on a very nice rifle!!! Gotta love those 336As with their 24 inch barrels. My 336A in 35 Remington was made a year later in 1951. I also have two 336As in 30-30 and one in 32WSP.

    Merlin, were you born in 1952?

    T.S.
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    Seeing all these wonderful rifles lately here has me worked up into a lather. I'm liable to have a complete breakdown and go on a buying spree!
    cajun56, Boris, 1Merlin and 3 others like this.

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    I am starting to think that I too need a Marlin chambered in 35 Remington.

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    A 35 Rem for a 30-30 is always a good trade! Very nice long barreled Marlin!
    cajun56, navajo, 1Merlin and 4 others like this.
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    Beautiful. Nice deal. I love a 24" lever gun. I wish I could find one like that to go with my 336XLR stainless in .35 Rem.

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    the only marlin i have left is a 50 model a in 35
    and i'm keeping it. it's not a gem but thats how i
    like mine because they're gonna get used.
    i think every hunter needs a 35...may be all you need.
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