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help getting a parts list for this lever action

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Voland, Jul 15, 2011.

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  1. Voland

    Voland Member

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    First of all, I believe this rifle belongs to Furncliff. Or at least he posted the picture in another thread...

    This thing is mean looking and I love it!

    So my questions are:

    1) What rifle is this?
    2) Who makes the hand guards?
    3) Who makes the rail?

    All the input is appreciated!

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  2. rolandedwinjohnson

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    So you have a Mall Ninjafied Marlin 336. Most any parts house will have a breakdown of parts for the Marlin.
     
  3. Sav .250

    Sav .250 Member

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    What he said....... +1.
     
  4. El Mariachi

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    Careful with that thing, it can send a 170 grain bullet completely thru five Hardee Big Burgers an two bags of fries......
     
  5. Voland

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    Aww, c'mon! You all are just envious of what this rifle can do.

    I dont know if I would go down this road, but if I ever do run out of guns to buy, I might just make one for the heck of it... :evil:

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  6. Badlander

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    Rifle is A Marlin 336 probably a 30-30, Sights look like XS ghost ring, Scope mount is an XS Lever Scout. Stocks are probably done by the owner. No idea on the dot sight.
     
  7. hoghunting

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    Just send him a PM and ask him.
     
  8. Abel

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    That has got to be one of the most ridiculous things I've ever read here.

    As for the rifle, here is a link to a very similar rifle & its construction:

    http://www.marlinowners.com/forums/index.php/topic,46726.0.html
     
  9. El Mariachi

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    Abel, it seems that you missed the 'Ninja Mall' reference a few posts up.

    But thanx for playing anyways......:D
     
  10. Abel

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    Mall ninja references are lost on me. I know what the stereotype implies, but that's about it.

    I am hoping that this means that you don't actually think that a 30-30 170 grain will only penetrate a watermelon at close range.
     
  11. Voland

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    I sent him a pm and didnt hear back.
     
  12. mongo356

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    Please don't take this as gospel but if I recall correctly:
    XS Scout Rail
    Don't recall on the sights
    The stock was Ram-Line w/ a Rhino liner type texture added to the grip and forearm.
    Wrapped lever-either paracord or leather?
    I think the barrel may have been cut down some?

    I remember reading about it I just cannot remember where. I like it, seems very business like. Looks like it would be light, fast on target and handy.

    I bought my 336BL with the same intentions. After I got it home and shot it I didn't have the heart to do it so it stayed stock iron sights and all.
     
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