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  1. 336
    I recently got an old Marlin from my uncle that is in dire need of a deep clean, fortunately I was able to remove all parts but the rear barrel band screw as it was stripped to hell. I'm going to have my gunsmith extract it, but I will need a replacement rear band screw which seems that I picked...
  2. Marlin Collectors
    I recently inherited a Model 1897 .22 from my grandfather, that was his grandfathers before. It was manufactured in 1899 and in pretty good shape for sitting in a shipping container for the last 30 years. When I got it home I started a thorough inspection and cleaning to make sure I could one...
  3. 336
    I just picked up a 336c compact, but I have noticed that there’s a burr/gouge inside the receiver. Any tips on how to fix this? Think this is something I can fix myself or is this something I should have Marlin handle? Any help would be very much appreciated, thanks!
  4. 336
    Hello fellow Marlin Owners. I am first time blogger and not an expert in gunsmithing. I apologize for the any terminology that might be incorrect. I will do my best. I bought my very first fire arm in 2012. I chose the Marlin 336C and I love it. I took the scope and sight railings off and the...
  5. Marlin Collectors
    Good evening, I am posting here to hopefully learn a bit more about a gun I got yesterday. From what I can tell the latest patent date on the barrel is 1904. Also engraved on the barrel is the Marlin Address, 25-20 M, and Special Smokeless Steel. I would first like to know general information...
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