Marlin 336 44 Magnum

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  1. Lineman1982

    Lineman1982 Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2018
    I need y'alls help. What do you know about the Marlin 336 chambered in 44 magnum. Trying to find info on them. Nothing comes up. I know they are pretty rare. Whats the gun worth in good to mint condition. Would really appreciate some info.
     
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  2. Colorado Sonny

    Colorado Sonny Deo Volente Supporting Addict

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  3. Lineman1982

    Lineman1982 Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2018
    Yessir. From what I have gathered they only made the 336 in 44 mag for a few years. I’m guessing the 60’s. Is it any different than the 1894.
     
  4. Scaramouche

    Scaramouche Student of the Columbian Exchange Supporting Addict

    Sep 15, 2015
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  5. Bender

    Bender Supporting Addict Supporting Addict

    Aug 15, 2011
    They were made from 1960-1969

    Is this one a saddle ring carbine?
    Last one I saw sell, in mint condition was a few years ago.
    It sold for 1050
     
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  6. Colorado Sonny

    Colorado Sonny Deo Volente Supporting Addict

    Sep 25, 2015
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  7. Scaramouche

    Scaramouche Student of the Columbian Exchange Supporting Addict

    Sep 15, 2015
    If you're going to spend a thousand plus for an old .44 mag lever gun put the Browning 1892 on your wish list.
     
  8. mikegalway

    mikegalway CEO of DILLIGAF industries Supporting Addict

    Feb 23, 2014
    Looked at one today , nice .
     
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  9. Lineman1982

    Lineman1982 Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2018
    45D5ED48-29A1-4DF5-B857-B83BC256A809.jpeg When I think of the saddle ring i think of 1894. Like this one sir. The one I’m looking at does not have the saddle ring.

    @Bender
     
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  10. Lineman1982

    Lineman1982 Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2018
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  11. xerts1191

    xerts1191 Well-Known Member

    Aug 12, 2017
    Marlinowners.com or Pacokellysleverguns.com
     
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  12. henryt

    henryt Well-Known Member

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    Aug 7, 2020
    MODEL 336 MAGNUM CARBINE - .44 Mag, cal., 20 in. standard carbine configuration, w/o saddle ring. 2,823 mfg. 1963-64 only

    MODEL 336T - .44 Mag. cal., with saddle ring, 13,985 mfg. 1965-67
     
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  13. henryt

    henryt Well-Known Member

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    Aug 7, 2020
    I should add that the 336 and 336T are C&R eligible... Collectors (dedicated collectors usually have a C&R) are picking them up, so unmodified ones are becoming rarer and more valuable.
     
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  14. Lineman1982

    Lineman1982 Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2018
  15. Lineman1982

    Lineman1982 Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2018
    What would you say something like that is worth
     
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  16. henryt

    henryt Well-Known Member

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    Aug 7, 2020
    You mean worth? 3 years ago a 1967 was worth around $500. That's what I sold one for. I paid $300 in a pawn shop, it had a trashed stock. I found a like new stock on Ebay for $50, shot it a few times, decided I wanted something else. I imagine they are worth much more now. Gun Broker prices can be crazy as you know....
     
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  17. Lineman1982

    Lineman1982 Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2018
    I appreciate the info. Not looking any longer. Going to keep the pistol I had listed in the classifieds.
     
  18. DRYHUMOR

    DRYHUMOR Well-Known Member

    Sep 20, 2011
    I’ve been watching lever guns a bit lately. A lot of used ones on GB are running kind of high in my opinion. Might be the times adding to the price.

    I don’t even see to many shooter grade levers much.
     
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  19. Bender

    Bender Supporting Addict Supporting Addict

    Aug 15, 2011
    The recent events, COVID, BLM, riots, looting, upcoming election has driven pricing upward. Most prices are 20-30% higher than they were a year ago.

    With supply dwindling, people are looking toward the “less tactical” weapons like the lever guns as viable defense weapons.
     
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