Marlin 336W Rifle

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.30-30 Winchester

Blued

Hardwood

Barrel Length:
20"

Round Capacity:
6 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7 lbs.
If proven accuracy and dependability are what you look for, the Marlin 336W Rifle has the dependability, pinpoint accuracy and durability you are looking for. With its compact build and proven Marlin accuracy, this no-frills hunting machine is a great gun to have when hunting heavy brush areas. Fitted with a checkered Birchwood stock and fore-end, this proven rifle features Marlin's extremely accurate 20'' barrel with Micro-Groove® rifling. The gun's solid-top receiver is drilled and tapped for scope mounts.  Adjustable rear and bead front sights. Blued finish, birchwood stock.
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the Marlin 30/30 I don't have the one displayed here, but I do own a 30/30 Marlin that I have had for yrs and its still the best gun I have ever owned. If the newer models are as good as mine...get it...you won't be sorry. I have a model 336...I love it January 27, 2014
Best gift from Santa Santa brought me this gun , and one week later I harvested a BIG axis buck with a Remington 150gr CorLoc bullet. Perfect gun for taking deer at a feeder 100 yards away. Buck dropped in its tracks. I've taken deer with a 270, 300WM, 223, 50 cal muzzleloader and a bow. Will only use a bow and this 30-30 from now on. January 10, 2014
BEST GUN ive been hunting for 6 years now and ive only used this gun. ive killed 4 deer and I love this gun. November 14, 2013
Good rifle now I've been a shooter for 25 years but last year was my first deer season. The gun out of the box wouldn't cycle at all. I had to send it to a Remington repair center. 6 weeks later I got it back and they had adjusted the action and it cycles smoothly now. 4" groups at 100 yds with the iron sights. Nikon Prostaff scope zeroed in quickly to 1" groups at 100yds. Killed my first buck at 85 yards standing. Good shoulder shot but had to track him 150 yds. I may upgrade to a .35 Remington 336C to get more knock down power and a walnut instead of birchwood. I like the gun. Simple, accurate and easy to carry with a strap. And I don't have so much in it that I'm worried about scratching it. June 13, 2013
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I have a Marlin 30/30 and I use mind left handed
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ide say yes. get it, shoot it, be safe and have fun.
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i worked the range at h&r 1871 and have shot both cal many times. there pretty close. depending on what your hunting, ide go with .243. should have plenty of knock down power for deer and i found it to be a more accurate round. a little cheaper also. good luck and be safe...
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the recoil is not as much as a .243
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it's has a kick but it has some wight to it so that does suppress some of the kick .
But you can hand load some light rounds and it will put you right there with .243 .
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Recoil on 30-30 is minimal. My young son uses this rifle for deer hunting and he is able to shoot 2 inch groups at 100 yards as a novice shooter.
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no. you can use remington, ect... what i found is certain rifles shoot better with different ammo. for instance, i was shooting a 7mm-08 at h&r and was getting 3/4" groups at 100yds, i went to winchester ammo and started getting 1/4" groups. you gotta find the ammo that targets best with your particular rifle. good luck..
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it will fire any 30-30 rounds
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Any 30-30 round except for the wild cat cartridges with the metal pointed tip. I use lever evolution by Hornady
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they put out a very nice rifle. if you like it. but it!! hahaha. nice deer. want that on my wall hahha
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If you can do a little gun work like disemble and touch up work slicking rough edges or have a friend who can I think you will love the gun. Because of Marlin's poor quality control on the little things you are likely to have to do some minor touch up.
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I seen the specs and the reviews from others and i personally think this is a good gun to buy. I recommend it to be a really good gun.
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Good first gun?

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I'm looking for a nice deer gun for my first gun that I buy myself and I really like the specs of it and what people have said about it. Would this be a good choice or should I check out some slug guns?
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go with it. i think youll be happy with that rifle.
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You cannot go wrong! with this for a sort range gun . I would say good out to 150 meters for a new shooter.
So good hunting .
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This gun is perfect for deer hunting and i recommend it. I have also seen other sites about the same gun and their reviews were positive and all of them recommended it. This gun also has no disadvantages that i know of.
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