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The Marlin Model 336 is a lever action centerfire rifle and carbine produced since 1948. It is distinguishable from its predecessor, the Model 36, by its open side ejection port, and features a steel flat top receiver, chrome-plated breech bolt, and takedown design. Micro-Groove barrel rifling was implemented in 1956. A Model 336’s year of manufacture may be inferred by the letter at the beginning of its serial number. Several variants are currently in production, and most feature a pistol grip wood stock and semi-buckhorn rear sights.

• Lever action centerfire
• Side ejection port
• Steel flat top receiver
• Chrome-plated breech bolt
• Tubular magazine

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