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Old November 26, 2012, 11:18 AM   #10
PetahW
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The Model ID is needed, beyond "Marlin .30-30", since at least three different Marlin leverguns (made in various eras) were chambered in .30-30.

The Model 1893 ( 1893-1936) had a square bolt, flush with the side of the receiver, and was so marked atop the rear tang.

The Model 1936/36 (1936-47) also had the flush/square bolt, with the model stamped into the rear tang.

The later Model 336's (1948-present) & Glenfield's have a round bolt, inset from the RH side of the receiver wall & the model roll stamped on the barrel.


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