I'm back where I have more than an iPhone, so posting some results for a 336A 35 REM I rescued two weeks ago from a pawn in Post Falls WA. This is a 1950 waffle-top that was as dirty a gun as I've ever cleaned up. Talked them down to $295 (I paid the tax though) and took it home to clean it up. First pictures are a maiden voyage for me... never broke one completely down before. Sorry, I neglected to get a picture of it assembled. I think the barrel is 24", or close to that. Mag tube is 3/4 and it has a forearm cap rather than a forearm band. Black Marlin butt-plate needs to be replaced yet. I posted for some help here at the time I was working on it and got it from several folks regarding a retap of the hammer screw hole on the left side of the reciever. Once I got it retreaded and the hammer screw replaced and the rest of the gun cleaned and oiled the action was quite smooth and no problems feeding LE rounds out of the box. I replaced all the other buggered screws and then shot it the next day. It took a couple sight adjustments but the last picture is my buddy and I shooting for the 'best' group at 100 yds with open sights. We both jumped the gun on one shot each but got similar groups out of our other three. I'm gonna be in the market for a Williams sight to see if that helps these old tired eyes.