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  1. Mag tube problem? 1968 336RC

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    I acquired a 1968 336RC 3030 recently. I shot it a few time and with no problem and the did a complete disassembly and cleaned everything real good. A swabbed out the mag tube until it was real clean on the inside. I haven't shot it a lot, but I did today and a lot of times when I would be...
  2. E - Prefix siblings

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    I have had a 1948 E-Prefix 336SC in 30-30 for a while now and darn if LGS had its sibling in a rack today. Well that would be enough to make one of us lose sleep if we knew our sibling was in a rack in a strange place, so it had to come home with me. 1948 E-Prefix 336RC in 30-30. Both unmolested...
  3. My newly acquired 1968 Marlin 336RC .30-30 - Picture heavy

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    So last weekend, while browsing through a newly opened sporting goods store in the area, I saw this old fella sitting in the rack. Having a soft spot for 336s, I picked it up right away to see what kind of condition it was in. The bore seemed fine, and from what I could see in the store, the...
  4. 336 RC 1954 Replacement Stock

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    Newbie to the forum here, looking for a little help. I've poked around, seen what a great group you all have been and wondering if you might be able to help me out. When I was about 15 (many moons ago) my Dad bought me a 336 RC serial number L91## (means it's from 1954 I believe) from a family...
  5. New to the forum and picked up a few Marlins this week

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    First of hello and I am loving this forum! I got infected by lever action Marlins a few years ago by My step Dad. I bought my first Marlin about six months ago and it was a really nice 336cs 30-30. I traded it off this week for a mini 14. I was so depressed I went and replaced it with 3 more so...
  6. 1948 Marlin 336RC

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    Hi, I have a 1948 336 RC that is missing the buttstock. It was that way when I got it, but I would like to restore it. The problem is very early Marlin 336 models used slightly different tangs for attaching the stocks. It is a standard pistol grip, but it is just about 1/4 inch thicker across...
  7. Old Style 336RC Stocks

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    Hi, I have a 1948 336 RC that is missing the buttstock. It was that way when I got it, but I would like to restore it. The problem is very early Marlin 336 models used slightly different tangs for attaching the stocks. It is a standard pistol grip, but it is just about 1/4 inch thicker across...
  8. Hey all. A little help for a newby? 336

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    The History - So a few years ago I was given a rifle. The rifle came from my father and was given to him by his father, my grandfather. I tell you this to stress the level of sentimental value that this gun has to me especially now that my grandfather isn't doing so good. The Rifle - OK so...
  9. 1951 rc

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    Last week I answered an advertisement for an "older Marlin 336". I was expecting maybe 1980 or so. What I found was a 60-year old workhorse of a rifle. It seemed a little rough at first, but after closer inspection I figure it's in really good shape for something that's 60 years old. Only needs...
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