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  1. Recoil pad impact on valuation of 1954 Marlin 336rc 356 Rem?

    Marlin Collectors
    I purchased a 1954 Marlin 336 RC 35 Remington about 30 years ago to use as a saddle gun/hunt deer in Eastern Oregon mountains, but moved to CA and have only used it for a little target shooting. I have been considering adding a scope because of aging eyes, but the gun has not drilled for mounts...
  2. A spooky gun story ...

    General Gun Related Off Topic Stuff
    Some years ago there was this mass murder. The son, who later claimed to be possessed, killed his Mother, Father and siblings in cold blood ... a total of six were killed, the parents and four siblings. Some people claim the supernatural was involved. Others, those who knew the family are...
  3. New guy with 35 Remington

    Welcome New Members
    I just bought my first Lever action, a 1963 Marlin 336 in 35 Remington. It's in beautiful shape. The stock looks like it's barely been handled. I reload and cast my own and can't wait to get started developing loads for this gun. I've already been mining data from this site and hope to...
  4. Does any place have 35 REM bullet/brass components in stock?

    Prefer 200 gr Core-Lockts for bullets, but not too picky. I realize that it is a seasonal round, but I may want to reload for it. I already have a bunch of shot once brass. Any sources? Any cast bullet sources for a microgroove barrel? Thank you
  5. About to "Freshen Up" a 336 in 35 Rem

    I recently re-aquired a long-lost Marlin. This 1980 336 in 35 Rem was my Uncle's deer rifle. He purchased it in 1980 from Meijer/Kmart/Sears...something like that. He used it to hunt deer in the 1980's. I think he shot 1 doe with it, and thats about it. I borrowed it from him for a couple...
  6. Picked up a new to me 336SC

    I picked up a 336SC .35 Rem yesterday, Serial Number is GXXX, It is excellent condition. Did some research found that the year of manufacture was 1950, and that was the year they introduced the .35 Rem in the 336. Also had an original Marlin sling. It has been fired a couple of times, but has...
  7. A question about available sights for my 1950 336A

    Greetings! I already did my intro on the intro forum and have some pictures of my 336A there. It is not drilled or tapped, and I'd like to keep it that way. My problem is finding some nice sightsthat won't require a hold to be drilled. I found a nice bright sight that will replace the rear...
  8. Obsolete Ammunition Company (35 Rem)

    Hey Everyone, I was at a gun show this weekend looking to stock up on ammo for my 336 in 35 Rem. The going rate of a box at the LGS is around $30+ tax for corelokts or leverevo so I wanted to see if I could beat that at the show. After checking out all the ammo dealers I found a box of 200gr...
  9. Snap Caps for the 35 Remington?

    The .35 Remington
    What company makes snap caps for the .35 Remington cartridge? Thanks.
  10. Serial Number

    Other Marlins
    I went to my local gun store yesterday and found an older marlin in 35 remington with the straight stock. I was wondering how to read the serial number and what information i can learn from it. I am particularly interested in finding out the year of manufacture.
  11. Trimming .35 Remington Brass to Meet State Regulations

    The .35 Remington
    I am relocating to southern Indiana, and, after reviewing the deer hunting regulations I found the following restrictions: a minimum bullet diameter of 0.357 caliber (so far so good), and a maximum case length of 1.80 inches (ahem). I have been looking around the web for some information on...
  12. 336 35 Remington serial number...

    The .35 Remington
    Hi I just wanted to get more information on a 336 35 Remington I picked up last Saturday..Can someone tell me how to use the serial number to find out the year and other information on my 336 35 Remington? Thanks Cynergyzed......