FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

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Bill in Oregon
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FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

#1 Post by Bill in Oregon » Wed Feb 12, 2020 1:12 pm

Very reluctantly letting this rifle go to fund another levergun purchase.
This is an H-prefix 1951 waffletop Marlin in .35 Remington. It is fitted with a steel Redfield aperture rear and an ivory bead front sight. It shows use, but no abuse, is just as smooth and slick as you would expect a 69-year-old Marlin to be and the bore is beautiful. The butt stock is incorrect for this year of manufacture and the lower tang is a bit proud, but function is unaffected. This is not for the collectors out there, but for those who appreciate owning, shooting and hunting with a classic Marlin levergun in a tremendously capable caliber. Included with the rifle is some brass -- I have more around here somewhere -- and two fine molds, the Accurate 36-210A and the Lee .358-200RF. In limited testing, the rifle likes bullets from the Accurate mold a bit better than those from the Lee.
Asking $725 shipped for everything, or $640 shipped if I keep the molds. This rifle is a curio and relic, so I can ship to a C&R license. Your receiving licensee must accept a shipment from me -- a C&R licensee.
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Re: FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

#2 Post by Bill in Oregon » Wed Feb 12, 2020 1:25 pm

OK, I found 35 pieces of once-fired brass to go with the dozen unfired -- and a Lee die set that includes the factory crimp die -- all part of the package.

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Re: FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

#3 Post by Grizz » Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:34 pm

That's a Beaut Bill. Very very classy

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Re: FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

#4 Post by Bill in Oregon » Thu Feb 13, 2020 9:54 am

Thanks Grizz. I'd put this up over on the Marlin forum, too, but they have that goofy rule about no ads on other Web sites. :roll:
I got a spanking and demerits for forgetting this rule over on Cast Boolits a while back. I don't get it.

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Re: FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

#5 Post by Bill in Oregon » Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:54 am

Forgot to mention I would trade this and cash toward a Winchester or Uberti Model 1873 in .44-40.

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Re: FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

#6 Post by Bill in Oregon » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:10 pm

Sold pending receipt of funds. Thanks.

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Re: FS NM: 1951 Marlin 336A, .35 Remington

#7 Post by 3leggedturtle » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:30 pm

Bill in Oregon wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:10 pm
Sold pending receipt of funds. Thanks.
My peep sight is going too? :o lol

You dont have a .31 cap and ball fir sale soon do you? Tidd
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