Ruger has knocked it out of the park lately with their re-releases of classic lever-action rifles. Today they announced the reintroduction of the Marlin Model 336 Classic in .30-30 Win. With a satin blue finish, black walnut stock, and 20” barrel, this lever-action rifle is as classic as it gets. Additional details can be found below.
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- Manufacturer’s Page: https://www.marlinfirearms.com/s/model_336Classic/
- Model #: 70504
- Caliber: 30-30 Win
- Capacity: 6+1
- Stock: American Black Walnut
- Material: Alloy Steel
- Finish: Satin Blued
- Front Sight: Brass Bead with Hood
- Rear Sight: Semi-Buckhorn
- Weight: 7.5 lb.
- Overall Length: 38.625″
- Length of Pull: 13.38″
- Barrel Length: 20.25″
- Barrel: Cold Hammer-Forged Alloy Steel
- Twist: 1:12″ RH
- Grooves: 6
- UPC: 7-36676-70504-7
- Suggested Retail: $1,239.00
- Instruction Manual: Model 336 Classic
FOR RELEASE: March 27, 2023For further information contact:Mark Gurney, Director of Product Managementmgurney@ruger.com
Ruger Reintroduces the Marlin Model 336 Classic Lever-Action Rifle
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to announce the release of the Marlin® Model 336 Classic.
“The legendary Model 336 helped to build Marlin Firearms into the iconic American brand that it is today,” said Ruger President and CEO, Chris Killoy. “We have worked for many months on every detail to ensure that Ruger’s reintroduction of this iconic rifle lives up to its stellar reputation.”
Chambered in .30-30 Win., the Model 336 Classic sports a beautifully finished American black walnut stock and forend. Crisp, clean checkering on both the stock and forend improve the appearance and grip of the rifle. The stock’s black pistol grip cap is inset with a Marlin Horse and Rider medallion and the forend is attached using a barrel band.
The alloy steel rifle is richly blued, features a standard-sized finger lever and has a six-round magazine capacity. The 20.25” barrel is cold hammer-forged, which improves longevity and yields ultra-precise rifling for exceptional accuracy. Like the classic 336, this rifle features the gold-colored trigger.
“Our focus continues to be on quality,” continued Killoy. “We remain committed to making firearms that are rugged, reliable and can proudly be handed down for many generations. The Model 336 is no exception.”
The Ruger-made Model 336 Classic is marked “Mayodan, NC,” bears an “RM” or Ruger-Made serial number prefix and features the red and white bullseye in the stock.
Additional models, in different calibers and configurations, will be released throughout the coming year. Due to the anticipated strong demand and the limited quantity of Ruger-made Marlin lever-action rifles, Ruger encourages retailers to contact their distributors for availability and advises consumers not to leave deposits with retailers that do not have confirmed shipments.
To stay up-to-date on future Marlin announcements and learn more about the Marlin Model 336 Classic, visit MarlinFirearms.com, Facebook.com/MarlinFirearms or Instagram.com/MarlinFirearmsOfficial.The acquisition, ownership, possession and use of firearms is heavily regulated. Some models may not be legally available in your state or locale. Whatever your purpose for lawfully acquiring a firearm – know the law, get trained, and shoot safely.
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