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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Shooter View Post
    You don't indicate anything about the scope. If it's a Swarovski in very good condition, buy it!!!

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    Swarovski on a 30A ? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffletop View Post
    Swarovski on a 30A ? Lol
    I don't know if I'd be overly shocked at this point, I've seen some crazy rifle/scope combos at some of the estate sales/firearms auctions I've been to.
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    I have a Swarovski on my 45 caliber thompson black powder .
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    Every one I end up with has a cheap Bushnell or Tasco on it with see thru mounts Lol, most I remove and add to the pile. Most of the good scopes get removed and sold separetely, before they sell the rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbobug View Post
    I have a Swarovski on my 45 caliber thompson black powder .
    Would sell them as a combo?
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    Well I havenít made it back to the LGS yet. Gonna go by after Christmas and see if itís still there, and have a friendly conversation about the 30Aís value. Wish me luck!

    At the least Iíll grab some photos to prove it exists! I know the rules!
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    I have never seen a Royal Canadian M336. I take it this was the only caliber - .35 Rem - this rare Marlin came in. Love to see a photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Range Finder View Post
    I have never seen a Royal Canadian M336. I take it this was the only caliber - .35 Rem - this rare Marlin came in.
    The 336 version came in both 30-30 and 35 Rem.


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