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  1. 336
    Hi all, Recently inherited a 1954 336 RC 30-30. The previous owner was a family friend who recently passed. It was his father's originally who'd had it for years. When his father was getting up in age he had to hide it from him, disassembled it and stowed it in a tool box in their shed. Because...
  2. 336
    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...
  3. 336
    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...
  4. 336
    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...
  5. 336
    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...
  6. 336
    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...
  7. 336
    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...
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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...
  9. 336
    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...
  10. 336
    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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