The H prefix to your serial number indicates that your marlin model 336A was made by marlin in 1951.
your marlin model 336A was made by marlin in 1950.
With the G prefix to your serial number.This indicates that your marlin model 336A was made in 1950.
The H prefix to the serial number dates your marlin model 336A to 1951.
Prefix of E indicates 1948
the serial number is located on the rear tang top strap (cock the trigger and look right below the hammer in cocked position..hope this helps...470 fish
1948 I believe the first year production for the 366A
There is a Marlin 336A with scope currently for sale on Gunbroker.com (September 07, 2008.) It is advertised as never fired, new in the box in 30/30 Winchester caliber. It has a "buy it now" price of $349.00
Go to gunpartscorp.com and search for your mod 336a. The have a parts breakdown and possibly an exploded diagram.
You would have to ask Marlin.
Your Marlin model 336A which was made in the year 1950 will bring between 250-400 dollars,depending on overall condition of the rifle and a good bore.
at is a marlin model 336A 30 -30 worth.The value will be between 250-350 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.thanks buddy..
You have a Marlin model 336 rifle,which with the letter prefix of G indicates that your rifle was made in the year 1950.During this time frame Marlin made the model 336A,the model 336RC(Regular Carbine),the model 336SC(sporting carbine)and the standard model 336.
No, the 336A had a 24" barrel from the factory. The 336C or RC used a 20" barrel.
you can get them all day long at pawn shops $100-200 depends on condition
Your Marlin model 336A which was made in the second year of production,1949 will range in price from 175-350 dollars.Based on your rifle having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.
In the condition that you describe,it will sell for between 375-450 dollars.
Marlin proofmark the mark first used was the letter M in a circle. In later years (after the model 1889) the mark used was the letters JM (John Marlin) in a oval
If the gun was manufactured in 1948 or after, the serial number is traceable. Usually the first letter or first two numbers indicate the manufacture year. If the gun was made before 1948, the only date available is the shipped date, and those may not be accurate and/or may be duplicated.
For a rifle showing between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,the value would be between 120-150 dollars.