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Old 09-02-2013, 12:38 PM   #21
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I'll do $15.00 and shipping.
Well theres no way I will pay that price for a rifle. You can have it.
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:40 PM   #22
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How about giving it to someone without any lever guns :P
That's wat I hope to do-----
Course a little compensation will be required
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I will give him $10 and pay for shipping...
OK, i'll check on shipping
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Thanks again. But $10 is as high as I will go on the firearm. The rest of the cash I would have spent on the rifle will be spent on reloading components.

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Like new Marlin 336W -
$225 & only drove 30 mins to get it
I hate you.

I'd be all over deal like that. I've seen beat to heck 336s going for much more than that.
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That's wat I hope to do-----
Course a little compensation will be required
How about $226 plus shipping?
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Like new Marlin 336W -
$225 & only drove 30 mins to get it
Not always about what you need. Sometimes it is just all about what you want. Nice rifle.....
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I have the Glenfield version. Has a beautiful engraved stock but is essentially a Marlin 336W.

Are you sure that is the 'W' model? I thought all of them had a scope mount? I actually inherited mine from my father (Truth be told I'd rather have my Dad than the rifle but it's a nice keepsake). It actually was sold with the scope mounted already. Oddly, the Glenfields were the "bargain" version sold in Sears despite the engraving on the stock.

Regardless, it's an awesome rifle. Not sure the 30-30 would be my first choice as a deer rifle but it's a fun gun to shoot and is surprisingly easy to handle and lug about.

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I have the Glenfield version. Has a beautiful engraved stock but is essentially a Marlin 336W.

Are you sure that is the 'W' model? I thought all of them had a scope mount? I actually inherited mine from my father (Truth be told I'd rather have my Dad than the rifle but it's a nice keepsake). It actually was sold with the scope mounted already. Oddly, the Glenfields were the "bargain" version sold in Sears despite the engraving on the stock.

Regardless, it's an awesome rifle. Not sure the 30-30 would be my first choice as a deer rifle but it's a fun gun to shoot and is surprisingly easy to handle and lug about.
Yes a "W"
Its factory drilled & tapped
When I saw the pic with the checkering I assumed it was a Glenfield but still did not hesitate to take it
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