336 ?

Discussion in 'Lever Action' started by Marlindude, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    I won this 336 on gunbroker last night, paid a good price for my area!
    What model is it? I'm thinking the 336C, what do you think?
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  2. greyhawk50

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    Congratulations.
    I agree. Looks like a 336C. Very nice rifle. Thanks for sharing.
    Will give you many years of enjoyment.
     

  3. SWO1

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    I'm a thinkin a W ...... difference in the models are stock, trigger. They all have the same receiver, barrel. I have only owned the W's and they shot just as good as the Fancy models. Im sure there are other with more knowledge than me who can say for sure.
     
  4. MattNH

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    Assuming a 20" barrel, the bullseye and gold trigger lead me to believe it a "W" as well.
     
  5. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the imput guys, I figured the c or w but not to sure . It has the 20" barrel, gold trigger and looks to me a walnut stock.
    I have the Remmymarlin but I wanted a pre- safety, real Marlin!!!
     
  6. KS95B40

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    Another vote for a "C". I believe that all of the "W" models are fitted with Birch stocks while the "C" is fitted with Walnut. All of the C models that I have owned had hard plastic butt plates and grip caps with white line spacers, I had one W and I believe that it had a brown rubber butt pad and no grip cap. I traded it off a few years ago but I believe that is right. Both had barrel bands but I don't remember if the sights were the same or not.
     
  7. MattNH

    MattNH Well-Known Member

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    The "C' was 1969-1983, what year is yours?
     
  8. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure Matt. It's pre-safety so that puts it before 1983.
     
  9. KS95B40

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    Wouldn't it be on the model designation roll mark next to the caliber?
     
  10. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    My newer 336W is not marked and neither is this one, just says 336 on the barrel.
     
  11. SWO1

    SWO1 Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

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    My 77 336 has NO model roll mark. another one I looked at at the LGS, a 56 dosnt either, but they are both .35 Remys. The older one at the LGS is a T model with the straight stock. It has spacers, fancy stock work, black trigger, and the bullseye.
     
  12. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    A few more pics of my 336!
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    Back to work.
     
  13. MattNH

    MattNH Well-Known Member

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    Based on the serial number in the pic 25xxxxxxx, it's a 1975. If walnut stock, a 336C. Sweet!
     
  14. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    That is Sweeet,, Matt thanks for looking that up.
    What a find !,
    I've been looking around here for a while. Just couldn't find one
    So I decided to try gunbroker, you really have to get a good deal
    To make it worth with the shipping and all,
    I'll get back to ya, running out of power, Lol!


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  15. greyhawk50

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    Here is my roll marked 336. It also is a Texan but not marked with the T. If memory serves me right, it is a 1981. It has the straight stock, 18.5" barrel and curly maple stock. And it is a 30-30.
     

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  16. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    Damn Greyhawk,
    That's a beautiful rifle, love the grain in the wood.
    Real Nice!
     
  17. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    I remember you talking about this 336 T in another thread.
    Bigthumbsup!!!
     
  18. greyhawk50

    greyhawk50 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you.
    I have a son that lives in Montgomery Al. When I was at his home last December, I promised this rifle to him. The next time I see him, this rifle will have a new home. I'm sure that he will enjoy it as much as I have.
    ""Oh, the joy of giving."
     
  19. Marlindude

    Marlindude Well-Known Member

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    Finally got her home!
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    The action is amazingly smooth!


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  20. KS95B40

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    Very nice looking rifle! Did it take a month for you to get it? I've never bought any guns on-line that I had to have shipped, I've only done face to face. Is it normal to take four weeks? Or are you just getting around to posting pics? Just curious as I have no experience shipping firearms.