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336 Apr 14 1 Small.jpg View attachment 336 Apr 14 2 Sm.jpg Quigley Apr 14 2 Sm.jpg Quigley Apr 14 Sm.jpg

We picked up these at Midwest Gunworks yesterday. The 336 35 Rem was originally in fair condition, but we had it re-blued and the stock refinished. It's wearing some of Levergun Leatherworks' beautiful work.

The Quigley had an MVA Winchester B scope mounted.

Now for some range time.
 

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WOWWOW (that's a double WOW!) Thanks for the pics! John
 
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Always wanted one of the falling blocks you have a very nice pair of guns
 

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Grunt, that's a great pair of shooting irons. The 336 35REM turned out fantastic and Lever does do some great work. What year is this Marlin?

Love the Quigley!!! One of these days I'm going to have to purchase one. I'm looking forward to a range report and more pictures. :biggrin:

Jack
 
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Very nice, they look beautiful!
 
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Grunt, that's a great pair of shooting irons. The 336 35REM turned out fantastic and Lever does do some great work. What year is this Marlin?

Love the Quigley!!! One of these days I'm going to have to purchase one. I'm looking forward to a range report and more pictures. :biggrin:

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The 336 is my wife's rifle. It's a 1970 model. The Quigley is a load to hump around, but what fun to shoot. I can't wait to get it to the range with that scope. I had a tough time with trifocals and the peep.
 
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Those are beautiful!!!!
 
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Those are sweet!!
 

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At the time I researched the Sharps and 1885s I was surprised at the different calibers available for them. Lot of them modern. Including 30-30.

I still think about a 30 inch bbled .32 Special and a Magnum research revolver to match. If only I could hit that right lottery numbers. ;)
 

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The 336 is my wife's rifle. It's a 1970 model. The Quigley is a load to hump around, but what fun to shoot. I can't wait to get it to the range with that scope. I had a tough time with trifocals and the peep.
Grunt, your wife must love her Marlin, simply beautiful. And yes, the Quigley has a tad bit of heft to lug around but they are very sweet to shoot. I'm not so sure I wouldn't opt for the scope myself, I'm graduating from peeps to scopes on all my rifles. Heck, I shoot much better seeing what I'm aiming at too. :biggrin:

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A beautiful pair for sure! Congratulations on them. DP
 

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Beautiful times two! :congrats:
 

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Beautiful lookin' shooters!
 

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Grunt69 - Nice looking rifles. What caliber is your Sharps? Scope looks nice. Remember, a lot of Sharps were shot across sticks and were carried on horseback. Will watch for range report.:biggrin: Shenandoah
 
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Nice rifles!
 

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If only I could hit that right lottery numbers. ;)
Well, good luck with that one :) Rich uncles, becoming a gigilo to a rich widow, etc. None of them are working for me.

I'm thinking .30-30, and all the money I'll be saving on dies and bullets I already have in the basement shop. Just need another $1200 or so to bridge the difference.
 
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