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Marlin 336C .35 Remington 20" Walnut Stock

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Model: 70506
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 41034
UPC: 026495015305
MFG: Marlin Firearms

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New In Box. Part Number:336C35

Buds Item Number: 41034
Finish Blued
Action Lever
Caliber 35 Remington
Barrel Length 20"
Trigger Single Stage
Stock wood
Finish Black|Stainless Steel Barrel
Action Semi-Auto (Direct Impingement)
Caliber 44 Remington Mag
Barrel Length 23 1/2"
Trigger Two Stage
Stock Desert Tan
Finish White
Action Single/Double
Caliber 56-50
Barrel Length 18 1/2"(Rifle) & 22"(Shotgun)
Trigger Single Set, Adjustable
Stock Synthetic OD Green
Finish Muddy Girl
Action Crank
Caliber 6.5mm Grendel
Barrel Length 22" Rifled
Trigger SA/DA
Stock 6-Position Muddy Girl

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12 Reviews. Average Rating: 3.6 of 5 Stars! [3.6 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: on 04/09/2016
Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
Brand new right out box the gun wouldn\'t completely chamber a round and never once fired before return.

I was warned by other but didn\'t think it could happen to me.

Reviewed By: on 10/18/2015
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
l LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! VERY NICE!

Reviewed By: on 07/26/2015
Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
if you purchase this 336c be ready to take the action out the lever works very hard than locked closed I thought it would break trying to get it open some time with a file emery paper and a drumel tool and it works ok now shame on Remington for selling this that's the last one back to a henry

Reviewed By: on 02/18/2015
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Great weapon at a good price. The fit and finish are good. The action is smooth, no burrs. The wood is fine for a field gun. I am pleased with the purchase. And, the rifle is accurate and, hopefully, hard-hitting. I plan to try it out hog hunting soon.

Reviewed By: on 11/23/2014
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Fit and finish are excellent on the rifle I recieved and she shoots like a dream. Another excellent transaction with Buds.

Reviewed By: on 10/08/2014
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I received this Marlin 336C in .35 Remington for my birthday a few weeks ago and I am very impressed. I was worried about having quality and fit/finish issues with hearing some of the bad things since Remington bought Marlin. I could not find a used one for anywhere near a decent price, so I decided to go with a new one. When the Marlin came in and I saw it, I was impressed! Everything looked great, bluing was nice and even, no machining marks anywhere, sights were on straight, gun cycles perfectly, shoots awesome, and am very happy with it. Loaded up some ammo with 200gr Hornady RN's and sighted it in. I put a Leupold scope on it and within a few shots, I had it on paper at 100 yards. After getting dialed in, the next two shots at 100 were overlapping. My third shot opened up the group to 1.25"! I definitely was not expecting such good accuracy, especially without fiddling with the handloads. I have taken it deer hunting twice as of the writing of this review but have not shot a deer or hog with it...yet. I have no doubt it will perform if I do my part. The only thing I can really gripe about on the gun are the stock. It is extremely plain wood with a kind of dull finish. Which is fine for a hunting gun, I don't have to worry about messing up a nice stock. The stock would definitely benefit from a refinishing job if you were so inclined. Also, the trigger is quite heavy but I still shot very well with it and there are great aftermarket triggers available.

All in all, I'm super impressed with the rifle and extremely happy I have it. It's a great value and every American should own at least one lever action :) Can't wait to get a deer and/or hog with it this season!

Reviewed By: on 09/10/2014
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
After reading so much about "Remlins" (Marlins since Remington bough them out) I hesitated to buy this rifle. My father gave me a 1963 336 in 35 Remington in 1973 as my first deer gun. He passed away in 09 and no one knows where that rifle ended up (I returned it to him when I bought my first rifle on my own). I really like the 35 Remington Cartridge, and a simple glance through a reloading manual shows it carries significantly more punch for deer & black bear then a 30-30 does. However when Remington took over Marlin in 2007 (+/- a year) the quality dropped through the floor. Since then, starting in 2011 / 2012 I started hearing that they had worked out all of the issues and that Marlin was back to a first-rate field gun. So mostly because of Bud's great return policy, I went ahead and ordered one. Boy, am I happy I did.

The fit and finish on my example are great - perhaps not Browning great, but easily Remington / Winchester / Ruger great. The wood has the Marshield, but has very nice figure and I have seem worse timber on a Kimber rifle I own. The action is a tad stiff - not too bad - but new out-of-the-box stiffness that shows tight tolerances were used. The bluing is beautiful. The sights are all straight and properly aligned. So I grabbed several boxes of ammo and headed to the back yard. Out of the box this gun shot 1.5" at 75 yards with Remington 200gr PSP ammo, 1.5" at 110 yards with Hornady 200gr Leverevolution, and 1.65" at 110 yards with hand-loaded hardcast. In all, I shot 80 rounds this first time our without a single issue with feeding, firing, or ejecting. The brass is in very good shape after cycling through, and will be easy to reload. This will put a lot of meet on my table when I don't want to drag one of my pretty rifles out. I ordered the XS Sight System's Rail & Ghost Ring sight set - only because I am not a fan of buckhorn sights, and I imagine the groups would be even tighter once I get some sights I like put on. No optics for this gun - it will be my 150 yard brush buster and companion on my 4-wheeler when my AR needs a rest. This is a fantastic gun for the money. My message : Buds - thanks for another great gun at a reasonable cost. Remington - 35 Rem is on a comeback - make more ammo. Marlin - Welcome back.

Reviewed By: on 08/01/2012
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
My wife wanted a lever action for her first bear hunt, but felt a Marlin 45/70 had too much recoil. I knew from past experience a 35 Remington has a mild recoil, even with +P hand loads and was more than adequate for black bear. I was hesitant to order a new Marlin with all the horror stories of "Remlins", but I'm glad I took the chance and ordered it from Buds. I had it by the weekend and found it shoots well, with only a small cycling problem. It takes more force then ordinary to get the lever fully up and ready to fire. I little oil, and working the action for a half hour while watching TV has loosened it up to an acceptable degree. I'm not trilled with the stocks finish, but the wood is good and fitted well to rifle.

Reviewed By: on 02/10/2012
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Great service from Buds. Gun arrived within a week of order- not bad considering it was over Christmas weekend. Gun came out of the box with the stock not fitting well to the receiver. No problems with gun operation- shoots well. Gun is going back to Marlin repair shop to get the stock issue resolved.

Reviewed By: on 10/15/2011
Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
Update: After i sent the rifle in to the marlin certified gunsmith, i was informed that not only was the carrier bad the barrel needed to be re indexed as the sights were way off. After being out of a rifle for 2 weeks already, this means i will either have to wait another 6-8 weeks (thats how many rifles are having issues right now) for marlin to fix OR get my money back. Unsat remington, unsat. I know older marlins are great but since remington took over manufacturing, quality has gone to hell. Surprise surprise from a company that also had the 700 bolt actions shooting without pulling the trigger.

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