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comes with no case or accesories. only rifle will be included in the sale
This is the quintessential deer hunting rifle. Marlin rifles have probably been used to hunt more deer than any other rifle, with the possible exception of the Winchester ’94. The Marlin 336 has been around since 1948, but the original Model 1936 and Model 36 go as far back as 1936 and 1937 respectively. A good source of information on Marlin serial numbers can be found here: ://gunvaluesboard/marlin-serial-numbers-dates-of-manufacture-1664.html. This Model 336RC uses a 20” micro-groove barrel. One characteristic worth noting is the “JM” on the barrel, indicating that this a true Marlin rather than the newer “Remlins” as the newer rifles have been called since Remington acquired Marlin in 2011. This rifle is in great condition considering its age. There is some bluing loss on the bottom of the magazine tube and the sides of the hammer. In addition, there is some light wear on the left side of the receiver. Otherwise the bluing is in good condition. Some of the finish on the pistol grip area of the stock has worn from use, but this is not uncommon for used lever rifles. There is a “JM”-mark on the hammer extension. The bore is in very good condition with no signs of rust or pitting. The Marlin 336 is a well-built rifle and is perfectly suited for those needing an accurate deer rifle.
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WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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