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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-09-2020, 02:02 AM Thread Starter
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Default New to me Marlin 336

Picked up a used Marlin 336(stole it really) in .35 Remington.

Date code puts it as manufactured between August 1960 & August 1961. JM stamped and obviously no crossbolt safety.

Gun had a Bushnell Banner 4X scope on it in a Weaver Pivot base/rings setup which thrilled me. A little freckling on the back side of the receiver which cleaned up pretty good.

I got rid of the scope and had a pristine Denver Redfield 4X scope with a post/crosshair reticle and mounted that into the Weaver Pivot Mount setup after I cleaned the gun all up.

Bore is excellent too, doesn't look like it was shot much, probably stored in a closet for many years till it came to the gunshop.

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One of the all time classic rifle/cartridge combos for woods hunting deer/black bear. If you can't fill your freezer with that you can't fill it with anything!
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Very nice ! The ultimate NE whitetail and black bear killer. Try out the Hornady Leverevolution ammo to kick it up a notch.
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I have a Marlin 336 in .35 Remington.
Shot several deer with it.
You're going to love it.
I think she's going to be one of your favorites from now on.
I do however still have a1980 336 in 30/30 that I carry in the truck.
Marlin made fantastic lever actions.
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Nice find!! That old Redfield is a perfect match.

357 Mag camo syn stock, 30/30 cinnamon lam checkered straight grip stock, 20 ga USH camo syn stock, 20 ga Topper Jr 490 cut to 21.5" and Rem Chokes, 357 Rem Max nickel Topper 88 .410 stock.
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