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  1. 336
    don't be jealous..... zeroed that baby for the top rail... marlin dark baby
  2. 336
    I just bought a nice looking 336C in 30-30 used with Skinner rear sight installed (SN of the rifle indicates a 2018 manufacture date). I have not gotten a chance to shoot it yet but I have been trying to cycle it with 4 "A-Zoom 30-30 snap caps" unsuccessfully. My problem appears to be that...
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    Marlin 336A
  4. Winchester & Team Winchester
    I bought a 307 Winchester chambered Marlin barrel from a forum member I'm going to put on my Marlin 336W. I didn't like the thought of not having a 30-30 and have been looking around thinking I'd probably get another Marlin. Then I remembered that my buddy I was going to share a gun show table...
  5. Ranger Point Precision
    Hi Friends - We're excited to announce our new Marlin Polymer Forearms. Stay tuned for the butt stocks as well. :-) Let us know what you think! After much pleading from customers, RPP is excited to introduce our new all weather, M-LOK forend for Marlin lever guns. This robust, glass-filled...
  6. Bear Tooth Mercantile
    On our site we offer both brass and stainless steel followers and people often want to know which is better. The truth is that it is really a matter of personal preference. The two materials produce very similar performance in the application of a magazine follower in a Marlin lever gun. It is...
  7. Ranger Point Precision
    For accuracy afficionados and fans of Cooper’s scout concept, RPP now offers its new Barrel Anchored Scout (BAS) rail. As always, Ranger Point’s goal was to push the state of the art forward. In this case, that meant literally pushing the whole rail forward. Other scout rails can rob your...
  8. Ranger Point Precision
    Checkout these three Marlin beauties from a recent photos shoot. All decked out with our parts: medium loop lever and takedown screw, trigger kit, flyweight loading gate, cloverleaf peep sight, fiber optic front sight... Can you name them all?
  9. Welcome New Members
    Hello from the NC Foothills. I decided this year I'm gonna hunt with a 30-30 lever action. So I picked up 2 used Marlin 30as rifles, both good deals. They are a 1988 and 1989 model. One for hunting and one for plinking. Also once the lever gun bug bites, it's hard to shake lol.:biggrin::biggrin:
  10. Reloading
    Hi. I'm new here. I had a few questions and ideas about the lever evolution 160g ftx for the 30-30s. The 30-30 rcbs dies were designed for a round or flat nose bullet. When i load the leverevolutions it leaves a ring around the projectile approximately 9mm down from the tip. So this is...
  11. Model 36 & Other Square Bolt Levers
    This is the rifle that inspired me to join this forum. I have a few other Marlins, but this is definitely my oldest. I have read on some forums that a B serial number prefix indicates 1941 production, but other information suggests that it would be 1936-37. I would like to learn as much as...
  12. 336
    Does anyone have a scope mounted with Shoot Through Scope Rings that work well? I recently bought my first brand new to me 1979 Marlin 336 30-30. This is going to be my brush and walking gun for white tail. What I want is to be able to utilize the scope for long shots. But use the See...
  13. Reloading
    I purchased a used RCBS dei set 30-30W, 2 sets of dei's and something extra. And that something extra, what is it?? It came in the same box, but I have no clue how to use it or where for... Can you help me? The threaded thing fits a press.
  14. Ranger Point Precision
    Hey MOF Friends, Per many requests, we now have our very popular magazine followers available for Marlin .357 Mag / .38 Special rifles. This is in addition to the ones that have been selling quite well (thank you!) for the Marlin 336, 308, 338, 444, 1895, 450M, 41 mag, .44 mag, and .45 Colt...
  15. Model 36 & Other Square Bolt Levers
    Hello folks, I had a family member give me his model 1893 cambered in 30-30 (produced in 1900) with the square bolt to help get it into a safe shooting condition. I do not have as much knowledge on older guns as I do the newer models and there is a few things I have noticed, but can't seem to...
  16. ALL ITEMS SOLD
    This outstanding 1999 336CB example is in almost new condition with no more than 20 rounds fired through it. It is 100% factory original. Features include: Win 30-30 caliber Serial Number 010425XX ‘JM’ stamp 24 inch barrel Hexagon barrel Original sights Shooter’s manual There is a very...
  17. 336
    Marlin started using Microgroove rifling in the early 50's and before that they used Ballard rifling. As I understand the Microgroove was cheaper and easier to manufacture, plus it made the rifles more accurate. Ballard rifling featured fewer grooves but they were more deeply cut into the...
  18. 336
    Hey fellow Marlin owners...I have a 1957 336 3030 I picked up and need to replace sights...it came with fiber optic sights but would like original type sights. Anyone know where I could find out what it had originally and where to buy them? Also, looking to add scope for no more more than 100...
  19. 336
    I've been using 170 gr Remington Core-Lokt. I only put about 200 rounds through the rifle since I've only had it a little while and there's no close range in Brooklyn, but it shoots as consistent as I let it. I noticed it leaves a decent bit of residue in the barrel, though, which I don't love...
  20. 336
    Hey y'all! New here and I just bought my first Marlin, the 336W 30-30 Win. I'm gonna be using it for hunting deer, more specifically white tail and was wondering what kind of scope I should get as well as a mount for it. Also looking at getting a sling so any info on that would be great!
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