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Scroll through the sub sections, about 2/3rds down the is all the reference you can ask for.
 

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Thanks very much, Ret_Eng. Appreciate that.

The rifle has a 24" barrel, wavy-top receiver, and a half magazine. Pretty much standard production, as I remember it. The carbines were seen more often, but the rifles were around, too.

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Thanks very much, Ret_Eng. Appreciate that.

The rifle has a 24" barrel, wavy-top receiver, and a half magazine. Pretty much standard production, as I remember it. The carbines were seen more often, but the rifles were around, too.

Ted
The 24 inch 336As are around but I wouldn't call them standard production, especially a waffle top-which by your description--sounds like you have one. Other than they were a standard rifle that Marlin made back in the day, they are getting harder to find since fewer of them were produced. VG conditioned waffle top 336As are bringing 600-700 bucks on the online gun sales sites. Local prices can vary depending on your location. I have three 336As and all of them are fantastic shooters--I don't plan on selling them anytime soon.
 

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Appreciate your comments. I intend to keep the rifle.

Perhaps I will post a picture of the one I have. It is not excellent, but certainly VG or VG+ condition.

Thanks again,
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Fairly simple for yours. Just look under the lever and check the letter under it.

E is 1948

F is 1949 and so on.
 
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