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    Model 36 Picture thread. Post em if ya got em.

    Here is mine I bought a few years back. It's a 30-30 I bought that needed much care but the price was right. Came with a Lyman 57 peep on it but had a butchered stock and mutilated for end with a sling swivel mounted in the for ends wood.

    I replaced the shortened butt stock with a crescent buttplate from precision and slimmed the fore end.
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    Can a 1936 play?


    Jersey Girl's 1936.JPG

    30-30 built in 1936.


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    Glad to see this sub-forum got going. May help with some of confusion...or just move it to another area ! In any event, these are becoming my favorite Marlins!
    Model 1936 SC in 30-30:
    1936.jpg
    and a 1936A in 32 Spl:
    1936a1.jpg
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    My 36 was my dads. he bought it in the 40's.I don't hunt with it much, because I
    need a scope , and it would be a sin to scope it. Enter my 336W.
    Is it just me or is the square bolt just cool looking?

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    1936 30-301936-2.png

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    Model 36---32WS

    DSC_0298.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pronghunter View Post
    My 36 was my dads. he bought it in the 40's.I don't hunt with it much, because I
    need a scope , and it would be a sin to scope it. Enter my 336W.
    Is it just me or is the square bolt just cool looking?
    If it's drilled and tapped on the side for a peep go that route. My 36 is drilled and tapped on the side for a peep and the tang for a tang sight.

    Another option is to change the rear sight with the peep style instead of buckhorns.

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    BOY, HOWDY!!!
    Am I glad to see this thread!
    It's time for the semi annual dig 'em out and oil 'em up routine. I'll try to post photos this weekend.
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    This is my 1947 Model 36 RC in .32 Winchester Special. The rifle is all original.
    IMG_0801.JPG
    Jake

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