Your serial number indicates the year 1987.
Have it examined by a good gunsmith first.
Double check that model number, I believe it actually reads 336CS. The Marlin 336 in most of its variants is valued as a shooter, in the $150-$225 range. email@example.com
150$ to 250$ is my best guess
You will need to add the serial number,to get the answer to your question.
Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 782 was made in the year 1977.
Your serial number indicates that your model 782 rifle was made in the year 1981.
Made in 1963
Your Marlin model 783 was made in the year 1971.
$350-400 in PERFECT shape.
Check to see if there is a letter ahead of the serial number.It should be their and then we can identify the year of production.
$50-$250 depending upon condition.
Subtract the first two numbers in the serial # (23) from 100 for the year it was made. Thus it is a 1977 year model.
Marlin switched from Ballard rifling to the newer micro-groove on their 81 DL model in 1954.
the micro groove is button cut and ballard is the lands and grooves are not equally spaced
Micro groove rifling began on the model 39A ,with the 3rd model,3rd variation which was in the year 1954.
My Glenfield Model 25 has a micro-groove barrel,so I imagine others do as well.
250-375 dollars depending on overall condition of the rifle in question.
What is the value of a Marlin Micro Groove Barrel MCD 336 Cal 30-30 WIN?"
It should be marked on the barrel if it has the Marlin micro groove rifling.The model 25m was made from 1989-2003.That being said it will if it was a early made rifle.
Yes the Marlin model 336 in 356Win.caliber has the Micro groove barrel.It should be noted that there were only 1,652 model 336 rifles in this caliber that were ever made.