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  1. ID & Value of 35 Rem?

    The .35 Remington
    Hi 35 Rem Fans- I recently acquired a Marlin 336 in 35 Rem that I haven't shot yet, and haven't decided whether to keep or not. I'm looking for info on the model, the year it was built, and it's current market value. Based on the first 2 digits of the SN (26) I believe this 336SC was made in...
  2. 35 Rem ID & Value?

    336
    Hi members- I recently acquired a Marlin 336 in 35 Rem that I haven't shot yet, and haven't decided whether to keep or not. I'm looking for info on the model, the year it was built, and it's current market value. Based on the first 2 digits of the SN (26) I believe this 336SC was made in 1974...
  3. Question about purchasing used 336

    336
    Hi all, I am new to the forum, and will hopefully soon be the owner of a new-to-me (or new) marlin 336. I went in to a local pawn shop today to look for a 336 and they happened to have a JM stamped 336CS. The serial number begins 08XXX so I believe the gun to have been manufactured in 1992...
  4. $ value of a 336CS...

    336
    New member here; I have the opportunity to buy a 1986 Model 336CS from a friend. Mechanically, the gun seems sound, the action smooth. At 100 yards, I was able to put 10 out of 10 shots into a target about the size of a pizza box using the open sights (not sure if that's a real accomplishment...
  5. New-to-Me 336CS (JM-stamped) w/ TruGlo Sight concerns

    336
    Picked up a "new-to-me" 336CS back in mid-August this year. JM stamped and in great condition. Didn't look very used when I got it, so based on the info I picked up here at MO, I've been shooting it as much as possible and cycling the lever whenever my hands are free. I've done some very...
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