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Old 11-12-2012, 12:11 PM
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While I was doing some gun shopping online recently, I found an ad for a barrel, claimed to be "new" that was a 20" .375 Win barrel for a Marlin 336. I was interested and had some conversations with the seller. I ended up finding what I thought to be a good deal on a very nice Marlin .375 and ended up buying it, rather then the barrel which I would have had installed on my Glenfield 30-30 model 30A.

Far as I know, from an email yesterday, the barrel is still available for anyone that might be interested in it. Bolt face and all internals from any Marlin 336 in 30/30 (or Glenfield 30-30) should make it an easy swap. Here's the link for anyone who might have any interest:


Marlin Rifle Barrel 375 Winchester - Barrels Rifle
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:56 PM
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I had a 336 big bore 375 lever gun. the barrel was really bad. I sent it back to Marlin, and they said they would replace it BUT they no longer have 375 barrels (they did have 38-55 barrels). So new 375 barrels are no longer available.
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why did the guy take it off??
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:53 AM
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I never asked him how he got it, but there's a number there you can call.
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