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

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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.
 

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

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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!!!
 

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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.
 

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

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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.
 

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

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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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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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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.
I remember you talking about this 336 T in another thread.
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Damn Greyhawk,
That's a beautiful rifle, love the grain in the wood.
Real Nice!
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."
 

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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.
 
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