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Marlin Model Lever 30-30 Win 20" Barrel Wood Stock 6 Rd

Marlin Model Lever 30-30 Win 20" Barrel Wood Stock 6 Rd

Marlin Model Lever 30-30 Win 20" Barrel Wood Stock 6 Rd

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Reviewed by 10 customer  
Good Bargin Bush Gun, NOT a high end display gun, May 06, 2015
Take things in perspective. This is a inexpensive brush gun. Not a high dollar shooter, like many Winchester's and Henry's. Yes we can all agree that Remington hosed Marlin quality when they bought them out. I feel that the quality has gotten better in the last couple of years. This is a good deal on a working gun, something you are going to carry in the woods, not hang on your mantle. Does not have a high gloss shiny blue finish, it appears to be some kind of propitiatory dark parkerized finish. Found an advertisement that stated "The blued finish is protected by a tough Mar-Shield finish." A thread in THR said that it is a lacquer finish that is sprayed on Marlin rifles. I use Flitz Rifle/Gun Wax (same stuff I use on my blued revolvers) on my 336 and it still looks good. At 150 yards this is dead on. That is the longest shot I will be able to take in the country I am hunting in. Is the action smooth as butter? Nope, is it satisfactory for a hunting brush gun, absolutely. For a real sub $500 30-30 I would recommend this gun to a hunter. If your If instead you are looking for flash, try one of those shiny Henry's that are a scratch waiting to happen. If I scratch this rifle I wont cry.
By TopDog from Indiana
Wonderful rifle!, May 27, 2014
I was debating between a .270 and the 30 30 because both are great guns. Do to ammo prices and gun prices I decided to go with the 30 30 and I am not disappointed. It's a great brush gun and I have killed 3 coyotes and 1 deer all of which were between 150-200 yards so not to bad.
By Bill from Nevada
This Rifle is great addition, December 14, 2013
While this rifle doesn't stand up to the high dollar competition. It shoots very straight and I haven't had any issue jamming. I believe the folks at Marlin addressed issues that had hurt the quality the last decade or so. Great gun at an affordable price. Purchased Dec 2013
By J.R. from Texas
MARLLIN 30-30, August 31, 2013
The gentilmen that said a 30-30 was a good was right, but it isint good enough for anything in the lower 48 states a excelent brush gun but not good enough for the long shots in the bad lands of ND and MT.
Very Rough!!!, August 30, 2013
Boy, Marlin's rep is now officially in the toilet. That anyone can give a positive view on this rifle cast doubt on the value of these reviews. We know if this stays here! This thing is so rough when I first saw it I thought it was a Norinco copy! All metal surfaces appear to have a black parkerized coat. I'd be ashamed to bring it into camp!
By Steve from Spfld, Or
Marlin Is Back!, August 04, 2013
And few years ago, Remington bought Marlin and moved production to NY. At first, the Marlins they built there were not so good. Well, they've got things straight now. What a nice rifle. The 336W looks much nicer now that it has a laminate stock. Built well, and shoots straight. Excellent value. Recommend highly!
By Mark from Louisiana
My go to deer rifle, April 05, 2013
This is my go to deer rifle no contest. It's fast, handy, and powerful enough to cleanly dispatch even the biggest bucks at reasonable ranges. These must be some of the reasons why the Marlin and Winchester .30-30's are the best selling deer rifles of all time.
By Jeff from Nevada
True Blue, January 29, 2012
Great little gun with plenty of punch. Just took a buck at 170 yards no problem. Loading gate is stiff but managable.
By Cindy from South Alabama
Same fine quality as 30 years ago, October 20, 2011
Owned a Marlin 35cal, 336 model back in the 1960s. Bought a new Marlin 30/30, 336W model this month. Same fine quality and weight. No phony plastics, etc.
By Putz from La Pine, Oregon
An American Classic, December 11, 2010
Hey survivalists, forget those AR and AK variants. This is the rifle you want. It will last you a lifetime and powerful enough take down just about anything in the lower 48. And when Uncle Sam starts banning those "evil" assault rifles again this baby will fly under the radar. There isn't much this American classic can't do.
By Eric from Texas
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