That 336A has some killer wood But I have to say I like that 2 barrel 1893 the best and the Ballerd with the Fecker on topmarlinman93 said:If it's a very nice gun, the price is right. I sold my 1950 336A to a friend a couple years ago for $350. It was a 85-90% gun.
Just bought a very nice .35 336A with custom wood, for $250 from another friend.
I don't think that is a SC :!: When they were checkered like that (and I could be wrong) they were SD's which was a higher grade, if you look at page 259 of Brophy's book there is a picture of one . The checkering is correct as are the sling swivels and monte carlo stock . And SD's were made in 1960 as the seriel number indicates I truly believe this is the more rare SDlossking said:Man, that checkered stock 336 SC on Gunbroker is nice. If I didn't already have a .35 SC, I might have to go for it. I do think nice 336A's are harder to find.