Marlin 336 in Rem .35 plus ammo

  • Justin riegel
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    Posts: 754
    #1969609

    Light use only 1 minor ding on the stock, approximately 10 rounds shot through it.

    Also comes with 30 rounds

    $600

    FEATURES:
    35 Remington
    6-shot tubular magazine
    Lever action; side ejection; solid-top receiver; deeply blued metal surfaces; hammer block safety
    American black walnut pistol- grip stock with fluted comb; cut checkering; rubber rifle butt pad; tough Mar-Shield finish; blued steel barrel band with swivel stud
    20” barrel with Micro-Groove® rifling (12 grooves)
    35 Remington – 1:16” twist rate
    Adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear sight, ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan hood.
    38 1/2” long
    13 1/2″ length of pull
    7 lbs. approximate weight

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    fishthumper
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    Sartell, MN.
    Posts: 10111
    #1969619

    I own this same gun in 375 Winchester. They are a excellent handling and shooting gun. This would make someone a Excellent bear gun as well as a Great shorter range brush deer gun. One other thing to note – This gun has a crossbolt safety making it much safer that the older style of lever actions.

    Brian Klawitter
    Keymaster
    Minnesota/Wisconsin Mississippi River
    Posts: 59905
    #1969634

    30 years ago I would of snapped this up. Love the watermelon tossers as we lovingly called them back them.

    Great for MN brush as Thumper said (where we hunted 90% of the time)

    fishthumper
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    Sartell, MN.
    Posts: 10111
    #1969637

    30 years ago I would of snapped this up. Love the watermelon tossers as we lovingly called them back them.

    Great for MN brush as Thumper said (where we hunted 90% of the time)

    Watermelon tosser – That is funny. I’ve always referred to my 375 Winchester as the Pumpkin Plunker !!! I know one thing. I have never shot a deer with it ( And I’ve shot plenty ) that has went more than a few feet. Most all of them dropped on the spot. I also killed several Bear with it over the years – Same story.
    I have for the most part retired my 375, mostly do to the cost and trouble of finding Ammo for it. I wish I would have keep all my old brass. The spent brass alone is going for close to 2.00 each. The last 2 boxes of ammo I found for it cost me almost 60.00. At 3.00 a shot its not something you want to burn up ammo on the range with for sure.

    Justin riegel
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    Posts: 754
    #1969770

    Thanks for the input guys, I would like to keep it, but do not plan on using it anytime soon and maybe someone else can.

    TheFamousGrouse
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    St. Paul, MN
    Posts: 10714
    #1974776

    35 Rem is a terrific deer cartridge. Way too many cartridges like this have been pushed to the back by rampant magnumitius and six point five syndrome.

    Great cartridge for the younger hunter as well.

    Grouse

    Justin riegel
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    Posts: 754
    #1993659

    Gun is now at Joe’s sporting goods on consignment. Their book suggests the price at $800.00. I will keep it $600.00 here, plus you you would get the ammo

    robby
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    Quad Cities
    Posts: 2673
    #1993797

    What year is the rifle?

    Justin riegel
    Participant
    Posts: 754
    #1993803

    I am not exactly sure, I think it is 7 years old or so. it has only been fire 15 times.

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