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I just got this one back from Marlin yesterday. I sent them a 336C receiver manufactured in 1970 and had them put a 336CB conversion on it in 30-30 calibres.
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I bought one of these "conversions" about a year ago.... the rifle originally was a Marlin Model 30AW made in 1976, on 9/24/2009 it was converted at the Marlin factory in North Haven, CT to a Marlin Model 336CB, by adding a CB barrel, mag tube, sights and deluxe forearm. The stock came from an 1895 Century Limited. The Lyman 66 target sight and 17A globe sights were added later for silhouette shooting.