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Old 08-29-2008, 03:16 PM
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New Glenfield 30A - .30-30


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I paid $179.00 for this newest edition at a pawn shop in East Texas while on vacation. The scope is an original Marlin 4X32 and came with the gun. The wood is birch with the stamped whitetail on the grip and oak leaves on the forearm, 90% on wood and metal. So, how did I do?
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Old 08-29-2008, 05:50 PM
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Here is the Blue book value for your gun
MODEL 336A/336AS (30AS) LEVER ACTION
- .30-30 Win. cal. only, 20 in. barrel, 6 shot tube mag, walnut finished birch stock (pressed checkering became standard 1995, cut checkering became standard 1998), open sights (adj. rear sight became standard 1995), no frills version of the 336CS, 7 lbs. Mfg. 1983-2007.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$325 $255 $175 $145 $125 $120 $115
Last MSR was $423.
Add $50 for 4X scope (disc. 2006) or $41 for 3-9x32mm bore sighted scope.
Prior to 2000, this was designated the Model 30AS. The Model 30AS was formerly part of the Glenfield line. During 2001, this model's nomenclature was changed from 336AS to 336A.
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Old 08-29-2008, 05:51 PM
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Or if it was made before 1983 it would just be the 30A and here is the value of it
MODEL 30/30A LEVER ACTION
- .30-30 Win. cal., 20 in. barrel, promotional Glenfield model with birch stock and pressed checkering. Mfg. 1964-83.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$220 $185 $160 $135 $120 $110 $100


This model was replaced by the Model 30AS in 1983.
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:46 PM
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MODEL 30/30A LEVER ACTION - .30-30 Win. cal., 20 in. barrel, promotional Glenfield model with birch stock and pressed checkering. Mfg. 1964-83.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$220 $185 $160 $135 $120 $110 $100
This one is mfg'd in 1980. So, I guess I did OK since I got the scope with it??????????????????????
Sure seems like these are bringing more at the gun shows here in Texas. Hmmmmm.
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Pretty good. I also found a Glenfield a while back, for a bit under $200. Lately it's been nothing under $250 at the gun shows, even really ratty ones.
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The off-brand and store-brand Marlins are great bargains. My Revelation 200 (Western Auto Supply Store) 30-30 "Marlin" which doesn't say Marlin anywhere on the gun but has MG rifling cost $200 plus shipping, etc. Yesterday I fired a 5-shot group of handload ammo into 1.14" at 100 yards using a Weaver K2.5X20 mm. (post/crosshair) scope. That is typical for this gun over the last 3 years with a variety of ammo. With a 4X scope (duplex) 3-shot groups often go just under 1".

Congratulations on the Glenfield purchase.
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Old 08-30-2008, 12:28 PM
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Pretty good. I also found a Glenfield a while back, for a bit under $200. Lately it's been nothing under $250 at the gun shows, even really ratty ones.
This is my observation also. Cleaned the gun up today...very nice specimen. This one might get the Skinner sights.
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That would be GOOD deal around here, another $50 or $75 on top of that seems to be the going rate around here now.
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This is my Glenfield 30 GT purchased NEW for $129. at Western Auto in Lusk, Wyoming way back in late 1978. Its put a lot of meat on our table!!

Glenfield carbines are KEEPERS!!

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I think you did good. I have a "30" with the short magazine tube and love the little gun. It is a great shooter! Mine cost me $200 a couple of years back and it was the only one I could find with the short tube after several years of looking
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I got one just like TR's, except mine has a red dot set on a scout scope mount. Wicked little gun, extremely fast. Deer sure don't like it, causes loss of family members.
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These Glenfields shoot well, too!! I made the target by tracing around a can of beans. Its something like 3.25 inch diameter.

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Mine looks just like this, but with pistol grip and without the butt pad.
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You just need to get the deer to hold still now, so you can spray paint orange dots on them
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