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    Marlin .35 Texan - Ever seen one of these?

    Hard to find 1957 Marlin 336 in .35 Remington Caliber, 22" barrel - $400

    Oh, and to make it more exiting it is a "Texan"! (Straight stock like the Winchester '94)

    Has been a workhorse and shows some wear on finish. Biggest issues are a scratch in the foregrip and a missing but plate (replacements readily available.)


    FTF North side of ATL. With ID and BOS. (I may travel a bit to meet you.)

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    Last edited by jhvaughan2; 01-15-2011 at 07:43 PM. Reason: sold ONE

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    Further information:
    Date code "P" = 1957
    20" Barrel

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    are all Marlins with a straight stock considered Texan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitten View Post
    are all Marlins with a straight stock considered Texan?
    Yes

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    A little more clarification, IIRC:
    A Texan is a marlin 336's with a straight stock. Some are marked as such some earlier and later ones are not.
    Marlin 1894's (The modern handgun calibers.) are normally straight stocked and not considered Texan.
    I have not heard of model 39's with straight stock referred to as Texan but I may be mistaken on this.
    I do not remember seing 1895's with a straight stock.

    BTW: It has been sold.

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