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that sure is one funny lookin marlin...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by pauli, May 3, 2006.

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  1. pauli

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    I need to go take a nap because im not getting it..lol
     
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    I dunno if its been fixed or what, but that auction is for an archery broadhead and appears rather unremarkable.
     
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    Could you explain what the punch line is?:confused:
     
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    This is my guess...

    The original poster was searching Ebay for a model 336 Marlin lever action rifle.
    That URL was a result of the search.

    Thus the post's title.
     
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    Hint: Marlin makes a levergun with the model number "336Y".

    Apparently, another company called "New Archery Products" also makes a pointy arrowhead called the model "336Y Spikehorn".

    I don't really get the point, either. If you're looking for just guns on gunbroker, click one of the various "firearm" links on the left of their main page.

    ~GnSx
     
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    I think he's talking about it being listed as a 336. Marlin 336........lame:rolleyes:
     
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    Actually the Marlin was called: MARLIN MODEL 336Y "SPIKEHORN"

    As described:
    Here's the first Marlin lever action to offer the proven deer-getting power of the 30/30 cartridge in a compact format, ideal as a woods gun and equally suited to the younger or smaller-statured hunter. Only 34" in length, featuring a 16.5" Micro-Groove®-rifled barrel, it weighs just 6.5 pounds. And the 336Y SpikeHorn features a short (12.5" length of pull) American black walnut pistol grip stock with flutted comb and cut checkering. Sights include an adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear, and ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan™ hood. The solid-top receiver is tapped for a scope mount, and the SpikeHorn comes complete with offset, right or left hand, hammer spur for scope mount use.
     
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    That is a NAP Razorbak broadhead. They put "336 spikehorn' in the dsecription to get more hits with the search function. NAP does not have a product named 336 spikehorn.
     
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    Amazon.com begs to differ:

    Amazon 1

    Amazon 2

    Amazon 3

    Amazon 4

    All different entries, all titled "336y spikehorn"

    If you're searching for a levergun, look under "rifles" or "shotguns" on gunbroker. It's not like this guy's theoretical insidious plot to get more search hits is in any way even vaguely difficult to circumvent, the thing is posted in the "Archery" section.

    ~GnSx
     
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