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Marlins only early foray into short barreled rifles were the Marauder in 1963 and 1964 with the 16 1/4 barrel and it was a straight stock... In later years the 336Y was introduced and is a Youth Model. It has the pistol grip stock and a 12 1/2" length of pull and only came in 30-30 if I remember right... Yours was cut down more than likely...
 

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Just remembered that Marlin made the LTS in 1988 and 1989 which is a Marauder re-boot but still straight stock...
 

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Marlins only early foray into short barreled rifles were the Marauder in 1963 and 1964 with the 16 1/4 barrel and it was a straight stock... In later years the 336Y was introduced and is a Youth Model. It has the pistol grip stock and a 12 1/2" length of pull and only came in 30-30 if I remember right... Yours was cut down more than likely...
There was also a 336LTS manufactured sometime in the 80s that had the short barrel. This rifles serial number starts with the number 72
 

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Below the box you type your post in is a bar of editing choices... Next to the paper clip and the chain links is what looks like a picture of a sun and a mountain... Click on that and choose "Click here" then choose the pic stored on your computer... You can only choose one at a time... Just do it over and over before you click on "Post Reply"...
 

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Your rifle was cut down and originally had a 20 inch barrel. Other than the Marauder model--Marlin only made the blued finish 35 Rems in either a 20 inch or 24 inch barrel. The 336LTS model was in 30-30 only.
 
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