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Old 05-07-2013, 02:25 PM   #51
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My Marlin 336 gold trigger 30-30. I've had it for about 20 years now and I love it. I bought it at a pawn shop and it was like new. I'd love to know when it was manufactured, someone told me there's a way but I haven't found it.
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I love lever guns, but I don't have my own right now. My dad has a Winchester 30-30. I do plan on getting one when I can. If possible I'd like one in .357 Magnum. Any advice on a good quality one that'll cycle both .357 and .38 reliably?
My Henry is great so far. Cycled both rounds without any issues whatsoever.
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My Marlin 336 gold trigger 30-30. I've had it for about 20 years now and I love it. I bought it at a pawn shop and it was like new. I'd love to know when it was manufactured, someone told me there's a way but I haven't found it.
Any gun can be traced by the manufacturer. Send Marlin an email and ask their procedure. They can tell you the date it was built, who built it and who test fired it, usually with a serial number. Some companies charge for this (Colt) and some do it for free.
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My Marlin 336 gold trigger 30-30. I've had it for about 20 years now and I love it. I bought it at a pawn shop and it was like new. I'd love to know when it was manufactured, someone told me there's a way but I haven't found it.
I used this sight as well as emailed marlin, box came back to the same year.

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I used this sight as well as emailed marlin, box came back to the same year.

http://oldguns.net/sn_php/marlinlookup.php
Thanks. I looked it up on that website and found out it was manufactured in 1967. Wow. It's older than I thought. I'm definitely holding on to it.
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Thanks for the link bige! Mine comes up 76

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No problem guys, those are some old marlins are really nice

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