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Old 03-01-2012, 11:11 AM   #21
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I got my 336 last tuesday and yesterday was the first day I shot and it was love at first shot

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Years ago my wife gave me a 30AS model in 30-30 she found at Service Merchandise. I understand this model in the camo was a special run of 1500 for the store. The 30AS was an OEM branded model mechanically identical to the 336. Complete with a Redfield 4X scope, it was totally clad in one of the original Realtree® patterns.

A sweet rifle, for sure. Numerous whitetail have fallen to its "bark."

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I had a 336 in 35 REM for many years that I got new back in 1971. It was a great woods gun (shots taken at 100 yds or less) that was solid as a rock and due to it's side ejection, I could use a scope if I had the urge. I kept it until the early 90's when it was stolen during a burglary to my home. Wish I still had it.

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mine is a 1978 model 336

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mine is a 1978 model 336
I have 3, one is a 1958, 1967, 2011 love the ol 336.
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that sounds sweet you ever wanna come of any of em let me know

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that sounds sweet having a hard time figuring out exactly which 336 mine is

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that sounds sweet having a hard time figuring out exactly which 336 mine is
Go look up marlin 336 serial dates it will tell u the yr, an on the barrel it will say the model. example 336a, 336w,336c
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Go look up marlin 336 serial dates it will tell u the yr, an on the barrel it will say the model. example 336a, 336w,336c
I've matched the serial with the year and the barrel just says model 336
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I've matched the serial with the year and the barrel just says model 336
More than a good chance its the 336 a then, is the stock plain birch walnut stained? Or is it the higher grade real walnut ? Also is it a checkered stock an forearm??
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