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1957 336S C in .35 Remington


KahrMan

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I had been looking for a lever in .35 Remington for awhile. I found this recently and was able to pick it up for a decent price. Was a little surprised when I looked up the date code and found out it was 1957. Now I just need to find some ammo at a decent price. 
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1 minute ago, KahrMan said:

I had been looking for a lever in .35 Remington for awhile. I found this recently and was able to pick it up for a decent price. Was a little surprised when I looked up the date code and found out it was 1957. Now I just need to find some ammo at a decent price. 
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"ammo at a decent price"? Have you been drinking on a Tuesday?

Beautiful rifle!

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Sure is a nice condition old Marlin. And you have 2 interesting items there. The rear sight is an upgrade Marbles semi buckhorn with that dual ramp elevator and it looks like you got the old style wrap around hammer spur. Cant tell for sure from the picture but the newer spurs were a "C" type that clawed over the hammer. The old wrap around spurs were far more solid on the hammer and never would come loose unlike the newer so/so C spurs.  The guy that hunted with that gun had a big hand. He sanded the point of the comb down some to accommodate his rather larger paw over the pistol grip.  Those old meat guns are quite high at the shows these days. From the quality of your past posts, Thank God, it feel into some ones hands that will respect the Americana that just glows out of that ol girl!  Great find.

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14 hours ago, xtriggerman said:

Sure is a nice condition old Marlin. And you have 2 interesting items there. The rear sight is an upgrade Marbles semi buckhorn with that dual ramp elevator and it looks like you got the old style wrap around hammer spur. Cant tell for sure from the picture but the newer spurs were a "C" type that clawed over the hammer. The old wrap around spurs were far more solid on the hammer and never would come loose unlike the newer so/so C spurs.  The guy that hunted with that gun had a big hand. He sanded the point of the comb down some to accommodate his rather larger paw over the pistol grip.  Those old meat guns are quite high at the shows these days. From the quality of your past posts, Thank God, it feel into some ones hands that will respect the Americana that just glows out of that ol girl!  Great find.

Good call.  It is indeed a Marbles sight.

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The spur is a Williams.  It is by far the most secure and best feeling spur I have used.

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43 minutes ago, MacGyver said:

Your 1894 is going to be jealous.

If it looks to start running away - I'll be sure to take it in and give it a nice place to stay for a while.

This man is a molester of fine firearms, DO NOT TRUST HIM!!!🤣

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37 minutes ago, MacGyver said:

Your 1894 is going to be jealous.

If it looks to start running away - I'll be sure to take it in and give it a nice place to stay for a while.

First, that is one gun I will probably never sell. Second, if I did sell it how could I let it go to a guy that does not even remember what it is....it is a Marlin 1895SS  😉

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