I picked up a Marlin Glenfield 30 A last weekend at the Ohio Gun Collectors show. It appears as brand new; not a mark on it. Made in the early 70s with stained hardwood stock and pressed checkering, cut rifling (not Microgroove) and no cross bolt safety. Oh, and it has a Marlin 4 x 32 scope. Was $275 a good deal? I didn't see anything directly comparable like a 336 W, just walnut stocked, mostly microgroove rifles in the $350 range. None as clean as this one.