Hello everyone. I'm new to the forum and this is my first post. I've been browsing around trying to do some research for a 336DL I found at a local gun shop. I haven't found exactly what I'm looking for so I thought I'd post a thread and see what kind of results it would yield. Firstly, I'd like to clarify that this is a new Deluxe, not an A-DL. With that being said, here's what I know about the rifle thus far: I feel like this Deluxe is very special, mainly because it bears the JM stamping on the barrel, indicating it was built in New Haven CT. Since the Remington takeover occurred in the middle of the production of these Deluxe rifles in 2009, only the first half of production was completed by Marlin in the New Haven, CT plant and the other half was completed by Remington in their New York plant. I am curious if anyone knows just how many rifles were produced in the CT plant before production was transferred to NY? The rifle I found bears a serial number of 336DL095. It's the highest serial number I've seen of the Deluxe models with a JM stamp, indicating it may very well be one of the last rifles made by Marlin. Any input or opinions on my findings thus far would be much appreciated. The only picture I have is of the serial number, which I did upload. Sorry guys, I didn't think to get pictures of the whole rifle. Let me know your opinions...is the rifle a rare find or not? How much do you think it's worth?