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  1. Marlin Collectors
    I just bought an 1893 marlin chambered for 32 special. It has a round 20 inch barrel and may not have an original buttstock since it has the "Marlin bullseye" inset in the heel. The buttstock also has a black plastic butt plate rather than a curved metal one. I picked it up after the gunshop...
  2. 336
    I picked up a Pre-Remington 336 in .30-30 from a local gun shop here in San Antonio. I noticed that the forend and the buttstock didn't match so I'm looking to replace them. I would like to get original factory replacements for it. I've looked around on the internet and found a couple of...
  3. 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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