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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Quote Originally Posted by WBAYOU
    Thank you all for your responses. I am going to try again to upload some pictures of the gun. Something didn't work before. In one of the pictures you will see a screwdriver pointing to a pin on the lever that seems to be depressed and stuck in that position. MRFIXIT- is this the pin that may not be catching the lever in the up position?
    I'm not Fixit but yup thats it. Like he said you will likely need to drive the small pin on the side out so you can replace the small spring behind the latch. Nice looking gun!
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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Quote Originally Posted by Shenandoah
    I would like to add my welcome to the site.
    I too have a model 36, and from your information, and pictures, the plot thickens.
    My carbine's barrel band covers the letters "RC", the receiver top is unmarked and not drilled for a scope mount. The serial number on the lower tang is D5XX. It would appear they were made reasonable close together, so I can't explain the "Marlin Safey" wording on your carbine, and absent from mine. In theory yours would of been made shortly after mine. I just know mine shoots better than I can see. I have a Redfield side mount peep and factory front sight on mine. Good luck with yours. Shenandoah
    All I could find in a quick look in Brophy's book was the "Marlin Safety" continued into the 40's, All the carbines from that time I know of had the band over the barrel stamp.
    Anybody else got a 36 without the Marlin Safety on top?
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    Welcome to MOs from NE Florida. One thing that abounds here is expert advice.
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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Guys thanks for all your advice. I am going to attempt to get that plunger out tonight. I noticed that retaining pin and plunger was rusted pretty good so it should be fun. I will keep you posted on the progress. Also one more question. Any idea on the value?

    Im catching the Marlin Fever already.

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    Re: Model 36 r???

    I've got an "ADL" and it has the Marlin Safety stamped on top. Mine also looks like it was factory drilled and tapped for a venier tang sight. Dxxxx serial #.






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    Re: Model 36 r???

    I think they had them all set up for tang sights but just the later guns were setup for a reciever sight with holes on the rear left side.

    Its not going to be worth much if any more than a comprable 336 to most people. I'm sure it will be someday though.
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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Quote Originally Posted by papajohn
    Welcome to the forum! I'm sure the experts will chime in here shortly, I'm thinking the letter behind the R might be a C, but I'm no expert on anything, much less specific models and years of manufacture. Just wanted to say hi, and to remind you that a flu shot will NOT stop the onset of Marlinitis, so get used to the idea that you'll soon need more, and start shopping now.
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    I know....everybody wants pictures.






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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Might want to put some penetrating oil on that plunger for a day or two, since it's stuck or the spring is broke and both are rusty, you may be in for a little fun getting that bugger out. If you can do so without messing up the lever, try applying some heat in that area, might just expand things enough to break free and fall out. Good luck. Mr fixit
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    Just nosy, any progress? Mr fixit
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