No difference. Has nothing to do with Colt firearms.AnswerThe 1894-type rifles were usually chambered in the .45 Long Colt. Of course, since you rifle in peticular is a carbine, I would say more along the lines of .38 Special due to it's size. If necissary, you can measure the caliber of the rifle with a ruler. It will most likely be .45 if the barrel length is closer to half an inch. If not, just measure with the rule and use the numbers in terms of Millimetres. The width of a .32 is measured in 7.65 mm. Apples versus OrangesHang on there, Skippy. In the first place, a Marlin rifle, quality machine though it may be, has nothing to do with Colt firearms, even though it might be chambered for a cartridge named Colt. In the second place, the speed of a lever action rifle's cycle is dependent on the strength, speed and coordination of the user, not on the cartridge the rifle fires. There have been short-stroke lever actions produced that were quite a bit quicker than the standard type, like the Marlin 57 Levermatic. However, that action was not dependent on the cartridge it used to determine it's speed of cycling either. FYI.
Marlin has redesigned the Leveraction shooting the .32 H&R round. Loads through the magazine tube like many .22's and the original .32's....no loading port in the receiver. Marlin shortened the action on their newer .32 model. The .38 cowboy competition come from the factory 'slicked' up out of the box. A little polishing here and there will make it a whole bunch better. The .32 is capable of shooting the .32 magnum and the S&W Long. IT DOES NEED SLICKING UP out of the box. Shooting many thousands of rounds through these rifles, we have found them to be reliable when fed the proper ammo. SPEED?.... go to a Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) Match and se what speed is with a lever action. Marlin did NOT produce a lever action in .45 COLT until recently.
There were 18 different models of the model 1894 marlin rifle.These include the model 1894,1894S,1894C carbine,1894 sporter,1894 carbine CP.1894 CL,1894P,1894FG,1894PG,1894SBL,1894SS,1894CSS,1894 cowboy,1894cowboy competition,1894 century limited,1894 octagon.
Crosman says that the Marlin is rated at 350 FPS and is accurate up to 33 feet or under
Your marlin model 336 RC(regular carbine) was made by the marlin firearms company in 1948 with the E prefix to the serial number that you provided.
Your marlin model 336 RC(regular carbine) was made by marlin in 1965.
The marlin model 39A is the rifle model,while the Marlin model 39M is the carbine model.
the cs on a marlin model 336 stands for carbine standard.
Your Marlin model 336RC(Regular Carbine) with a letter K prefix to the serial number,indicates that it was made in the year 1953.
400 TO 500
Your Marlin model 336RC(regular carbine) was made by marlin in the year 1955.
The Marlin model 336RC which stands for Regular Carbine were made by Marlin from 1948-1968.
If you are asking when your Marlin model 336RC(regular carbine) was made?Then with the letter E prefix to your serial number indicates that it was produced in the year 1948.
Your marlin model 336 sc (sport carbine) was made in 1953.
Your marlin model 336 RC(regular carbine) was made by marlin firearms company in 1954.
Yes. The Camp carbine.
Your marlin 336sc(standard carbine) was made by the marlin firearms company in 1950.
your marlin regular carbine (RC) was made in 1958-1959.
your marlin model 336 RC(regular carbine) was made in 1948.
your marlin 336 RC(regular carbine) was made in 1953.
your marlin model 336sc(sport carbine) was made in 1951.
The K prefix to your serial number indicates that your marlin model 336RC(regular carbine) was made by marlin in 1953.
Your marlin model 336 RC(regular carbine) was made in 1964.
Your Marlin model 336sc(sporting carbine) with the letter prefix of G indicates that it was made by Marlin in the year 1950.
1974 regards russ