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Just picked up my new Marlin 336bl

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by zooski22, Jul 1, 2012.

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  1. zooski22

    zooski22 Member

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    I ordered it off of gallery of guns Wednesday and Picked it up Friday. Fit and finish is perfect. The action is tight. I was worried after reading all the horror stories about new "remlins" but am very pleased. I couldn't get to the range this weekend but hopefully next weekend I can find some time. Range report coming soon.
     

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  2. MrDig

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    I'm hearing more and more that your experience is becoming the norm, as opposed to the exception.
    Congratulations, and give us a range report when you can.
     
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    Freedom Group is finally getting their act together? Yay!
     
  4. ExAgoradzo

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    My 'Remlin' 1895 is a fine rifle.
    Congrats on your new 336; I love mine!
     
  5. zooski22

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    scope mounts?

    I've already decided on the Redfield Revolution 2x7 for my scope but I can't decide on traditional mounts or see thru mounts. If i go with the see thru mounts I'll upgrade the iron sights right away to some fiber optic sights as well. Anybody got any recomendations on either the sights or scope mounts?
     
  6. MrDig

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    I have see through on my 336 and my 1894C, and ghost rings on my 1894, I like the see through mounts but there are a lot of people who don't.
     
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    Ghost rings on my 1894 357 and will be on my 1895. Standard sights on my 44 mag.
    The 336 I have (stolen from a buddy :) ) has a decent scope. If it were 'really' mine I would without stopping to think more about it put a leverevolution scope on it. In fact I'm considering doing it anyway as if my buddy ever does get it back it would be a nice gift for loaning it to me for so long.
    I have a Redfield on my 30-06: nothing wrong with it at all. I guess I've just bought into the hype on the Leverrevolution stuff. Anyway: I have heard only good things about their scopes and I love their bullets.
    2-7x40 sounds just about right for the 30-30 though.
     
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    I don't like see thru mounts because they force me to put my head way up to see through the scope. I can put a 2-7x32mm scope on the 2x setting and see/shoot better than the irons anyway.
     
  9. Badlander

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    Happy to hear of A good experiance with remlin. But See-thrus?
     
  10. tubeshooter

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    Congratulations!


    Also glad to hear the good report on a new Marlin. Sounds like they're getting it together.
     
  11. jim243

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    Nice rifle, I like that stock. This is what the old ones looked like 336C

    Jim

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  12. snakeman

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    my dad just got a 336y I like it!
     
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