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I was not looking to buy anything but when I walked into the LGS and saw this 1950 35rem 336sc undrilled waffletop I could not help myself. Only things I can find wrong are the missing bullseye and the brass bead is broke off the front sight. Also it looks like it may have been restocked sometime in its' 64 years. I think it will clean up real nice. View attachment 96996 View attachment 96997
 

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Way to go, did you pull the stock and check for serial # ?
 
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congrats
 

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Nice rifle!
 

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Very nice--and was made the same year as my "52 336SC 30-30--but even better--its a 35 Rem! Congrats--you gotta love that Sporting Carbine model--such a classic!

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Very nice! I have a 1950 S.C. in .35, also undrilled with the original marble's sights with matching serial numbers. My best shooter with one of the best triggers I've ever had the pleasure of squeezing! Congrats on your '52!
 

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That is a beauty!!!!
 

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If you pull the stock it should have the same serial # stamped into the wood that you see on the tang under the lever it should also be stamped inside the forearm but its a little more trouble to remove, this will tell you if you have original wood on your gun.
Actually its a 1952....J prefix under the lever....bad eyes here
 

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Congrats, neat find and looks like she will clean up nicely for you. Gotta' love those .35 rems....
 
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