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    Default Re: Marlin 336 - 44 mag

    Been posted for a while. $850, $950 or $1,050 based on grade.

    Quote Originally Posted by ar15jules View Post
    Meh....did they release a final price yet???????
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    Default Re: Marlin 336 - 44 mag

    Quote Originally Posted by cruzans View Post
    Damn it. It’s been cerakoted. Sob
    No loss. It takes a fair amount of work on the carrier to get the 336 in 44 Magnum to feed reliably. I've done it to several 336/44s, and it is a slow lather-rinse-repeat process.

    If you want a 44 Mag levergun, get a Marlin 1894, preferably in stainless. Nice shooters. Some 1894 tend to exhibit the "Marlin Jam," but that's much more easily fixed than a 336/44 carrier.

    Noah
    I dream of an America where a chicken can cross the road without having its motives questioned.

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