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Saw an interesting 336 today. Straight stock, square lever, gold trigger, 18" barrel, 30-30, barrel marked 336 with no letters after it. Not in the best shape but ok. Any idea what it is?
 

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Take a gander in the stickys above ....Marlin Texans, see if you can find it. The first 2 numbers subtracted from the serial number will date it or the reference sections has that info. Mr fixit
 

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Yup, looks like the first pic, but it doesn't say 336T on the barrel, just 336. Is that possible?
 

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Seldom are the barrels stamped "336T"; but period Marlin catalogs refer to this model as the "Marlin 336T", and sometimes as the 336 "Texan".
 

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Well, I guess that's what it is then. I like it. with a few relatively minor dings in the stock, some surafce rust on parts of the gun (that looks like it might clean up) missing "target" in the stock...what should l be thinking about offering for it?
 

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You'll pay whatever you think it's worth; but straight stocked "Texan" model Marlins were made in smaller numbers than the RC/regular carbine models, so are harder to find and usually bring a premium over their pistol gripped brothers.
 

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I'd say $350 is a good price. $400 would be a bit high, but I'd pay that for something I really wanted. $300 would be a genuine deal.
 
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