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Product DescriptionA no-frills hunting machine, the Model 336W is chambered for 30-30 Win. and features a 20" Micro-Groove barrel with adjustable rear and ramp with hood front sights. This popular pistol grip rifle has a birchwood stock, and a 6-shot capacity, and the receiver is tapped for a scope mount. Also features a gold-plated steel trigger and a blued steel barrel band. 20-inch blued barrel.
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Q:How far can this rifle shoot and still be accurate?Asked on 3/23/2011 by Nancy the Newbie from Lubbock
A:150 ydsAnswered on 2/27/2012 by Rimfire from Madison, WI
Q:is this rifle "scope ready"?Asked on 1/12/2011 by Anonymous
A:YesAnswered on 2/18/2011 by Yeagmeister from Springfield, MO
A:yes,you just have to purchase the base,rings and scope,it's already drilled and tapped.Answered on 2/24/2011 by dadeerhunter14 from spurlockvile,wv
Q:I was wondering if this rifle is a replica of the Winchester of the Civil War, and does it have the same durability as the 1864 Winchester?Asked on 5/17/2010 by Michael
A:No. Marlin has its own independent history going back to 1870. They are very different from Winchesters in that the ejection port is on the side in Marlins and not on the top as in Winchesters. This allows for a receiver mounted scope (they come drilled and tapped). If you mean the 1894 Winchester (you must as the 1866 was the first Winchester), you'll find people arguing both ways and I don't really know how they compare. I'd bet any differences in durability wouldn't be noticed if you only had one.Answered on 5/26/2010 by Apuuli from Gainesville, FL
A:No. A replica would have a straight grip, and a crescent-shaped metal butt-plate, first off. But the only significant repeater lever-action during the Civil War that I know of was the Spencer Repeater. The design of this rifle is completely different and much more modernized and refined. Also, even though the .30-30 is the first ever rifle cartridge to be marketed for use with smokeless powder, it did not come around until 1895.Answered on 5/30/2010 by Iqentab from Alexandria, VA
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