Originally Posted by strammell
I am just curious how many of these got stamped wrong and what it might be worth.
The answer would be, very few. How it ended up on the streets is a mystery and it could be a collectors item. The fact it's stamped on top of the barrel is odd as well, most I've seen are stamped on the sides, but they may have put the stamp across the top on some of the earlier rifles or certain models. The stamp is for their straight grip lever action in 30-30, the pistol grip versions were the 336.
No idea what it might be worth, if you find the right buyer.