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Old September 11, 2012, 07:15 AM   #3
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If you really like the Marlin in 30-30 and are concerned aboout recent production, there are plenty of excellent condition used ones in the gun shops and pawn shops.

I have seen in the used gun racks dozens of used, older Marlins that appear to be NIB examples, not a mark on them and literally no signs of being fired at all.

On the other hand I would not hesitate to buy a new Marlin 336. Just look it over closely, make sure everything looks correct, no uneven gaps anywhere and the lever cycles smoothly.
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