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Heres my 336CS in .35Remington

 

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My late Fathers 35 rem . Built in 1951 . That was the first day I carried that rifle after he passed . Got a black bear with it , the bear is hanging about 10' from where I took this pic.

 

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Nice pictures fellers
 

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Hey 4d4,love the wood on that rifle!
Thank You! I just wish the forearm and stock color matched a little more. But shes a shooter, thats all that counts and she not a safe queen
 

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I hear you on that 4d4,None of my guns are safe queens.Im not capable of letting a perfectly good gun not do what it was built for.I also dont live in the world of indisposable income lol!
 

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I've had my 30-30 from Sears for 50 years. I found a Marlin scope last year for her.

Next is my 1952, 32 Special, with an old Redfield aperture sight.

Third, is a 336 ER I had built from a 1961-62 336 SC.
 

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Most excellent. Thanks for sharing.
Love them Levers.
 

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According to Nick Stroeble's book "Old Rifle Scopes" This 2 1/2 power Marlin scope was made from 1960 to 1965. Not a bad fit for my 1962 gun.

The Redfield No. 80 on my 1952 32 special was made from 1957 to 1964.
Now I have an excuse to look for a 1957 336, and a Redfield No. 70.
 

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Stretching the topic a little :rolleyes:

But a predecessor to the 336 .
Model 1936 in 32 WS made in 1936.

 

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Nice rifle. I really like the grain on the wood and the hex barrel. Looks like a "keeper" to me.
 
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