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WTT: Marlin 336a 30/30 FOR Ruger MK. III Target : OREGON

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by pietro beretta, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. pietro beretta

    pietro beretta Spokane, WA Active Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Hello Everyone!

    I am looking to trade my Marlin 336a chambered in 30/30, its in very good condition. There is a little rub mark through the blue on the front band, maybe a centimeter in diameter. There is also a very slight indent in the forearm wood, maybe 1/4" long. The front face of the hammer shows a little wear; its the nature of a lever action bolt riding back against the hammer to cock it back upon actuating the lever; just normal wear.

    I have put only 70 rounds or so since I have had her. She has never been hunting, only target shooting -- she would like to see some hunting action.



    I am looking to trade for a Ruger MK. III Target or 22/45 Target or SR22 model in equally nice condition.

    I am getting my wife ready to start shooting with me and getting her a .22 is the way to start her off without shocking her too much.



    Let me know if you are willing, or would like something a little more to sweeten up the deal, but I think its a fair trade, I do have 80 rounds I could throw in--

    I live in the Portland Metro area.

    Oh, and just in case anyone is worried about my recent join date, I am a member of THR, TFL, under the same name (Pietro Beretta) and have been a member of those forums since 2005, I have a 100% feedback on the firearms/ammo/accessories I have sold on those forums.

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    @banelson22: Side ejecting, and I sent you a PM

    @edogg: You would be correct in your assessment that Marlin 336's are all side ejecting.

    @banelson22: I have never seen or heard of a Winchester lever action being side ejection; only top ejecting but then again I have only been on this earth for 27 years.

    @jebediah: Reply Sent

     
  2. banelson22

    banelson22 aumsville New Member

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    Is it side or top ejection? Looking for a nice rifle like that for my wife also would you be interested in a straight sale?
     
  3. edogg

    edogg Western Washington Active Member

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    I'm pretty sure every Marlin 336 is side-eject. At least mine is...
     
  4. banelson22

    banelson22 aumsville New Member

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    Just wonder because I got burned on a Winchester that was supposed to be side ejection but when I received it turned out to be top. How much would you want to sell it for?
     
  5. edogg

    edogg Western Washington Active Member

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    Sorry, I should have been more clear. I'm not the seller. Just a happy 336 owner. :)
     
  6. jebediah

    jebediah Aloha Active Member

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    pm sent w/trade offer
     
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