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What all variations of Marlins were chambered in .35 Remington that are stainless actions? Pictures are a plus along with the variations name to identify it.
 

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The only stainless versions in .35 Remington are the XLR and LTD. Here's a pic of both though my XLR has been modified somewhat..
 

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Only two, The 24" pistol grip and laminate XLR and the Walnut 18 1/2" straight stock SS-LTD. They are long gone and I'd say there will never be another production Stainless 35 rem.
 

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kingstrider said:
The only stainless versions in .35 Remington are the XLR and LTD. Here's a pic of both though my XLR has been modified somewhat..
Thanks for the info. I'm more of a pistol-grip, walnut, and steel guy. I may try to find an LTD and give it a full length mag tube and pistol stock conversion whenever I scrounge together a bit more cash.
 

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However you arrive at said rifle, its going to be expensive.
 

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gdpolk said:
Thanks for the info. I'm more of a pistol-grip, walnut, and steel guy. I may try to find an LTD and give it a full length mag tube and pistol stock conversion whenever I scrounge together a bit more cash.
Might be easier to cut down an XLR, it's already got the pistol grip stock.
 

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2007-2010? Catalog 336xlr .35 rem, I have know idea how many were ever made, but I doubt if it were many!!! Anyone have an idea as to how many total were manufactured?

2005 Limited production 336ss-ltd .35 rem only 500 made!!! 8)



 

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Here's my .35 rem xlr after Brockmans cut it down and did some work to it.

 
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