Marlin Model 336 is Now Available with a Curly Maple Stock

Marlin 336 Lever Action Rifle with Curly Maple Stock
Marlin 336 Lever Action Rifle with Curly Maple Stock

Ilion, NY – -( The Marlin 336 rifle family is an icon of the deer woods and it’s now available with a curly maple stock.

The Marlin 336 lever action rifle is the strongest lever-gun ever conceived. Its substantial sidewalls are cut out only where necessary for loading and ejection. This model features a 20” barrel with Micro-Groove rifling, adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sights and a beautiful curly maple wood stock with pistol grip.

Ensuring that tags will be filled, mouths fed and the reign of America’s ultimate woods rifle will continue going strong.

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Marlin 336 Lever Action Rifle with Curly Maple Stock Specs
Marlin 336 Lever Action Rifle with Curly Maple Stock Specs

Marlin Firearms
Marlin Firearms

About Marlin Firearms Company

Established in 1870, the Marlin Firearms Company manufactures the world’s most iconic lever-action rifles, as well as a broad array of class-leading bolt action rifles and rimfire rifles. Marlin is truly the great American rifle company.

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I have not seen a remmar that was worth buying. Fit finish rough action triggers. All lower quality than the real ones and they want more $ for the things to.

Rick Odenbach

Love my Ruger firearms !!!

Waylon Stokes

Like others have said, leave off the checkering & Marlin you’ve got 2 1895’s & several 1894’s with the octagon barrel let’s see a 336 “cowboy” so I don’t have to go to Winchester/Miroku , Uberti or ….. henry , nevermind wouldn’t buy a henry no matter what


Can you get it without the crossbolt safety and drilled and tapped straight. Every ( Remington) Marlin I’ve seen wasn’t drilled straight


That is in no way, shape, form, or fashion “curly maple”. That wood in that photo is called “tiger stripe maple”.
Seriously even if I wasn’t a cabinet maker, a 5 second oogld search shows you what “curly maple” actually is.


Haha, so here’s what a 5 second “oogld” search turned up…”Flame maple (tiger maple), also known as flamed maple, curly maple, ripple maple, fiddleback or tiger stripe, is a feature of maple in which the growth of the wood fibers is distorted in an undulating chatoyantpattern, producing wavy lines known as “flames”. 
I’m just saying. Well actually Wikipedia is saying and since it’s on the web then it MUST be true.

Lee William

The 336 is certainly not the strongest lever action ever made. The locking mechanism is not as strong as the 94, which is actually a falling block repeater.


I think it looks awesome. Everyone has a different taste.

Bob Shell

It is a shame that they took a fine rifle & made it cheezy looking. Ever since they stopped making the dull finish rifles they have gone down hill. Be honest the maple is a cost saving factor & nothing else. Sad so sad


Omit the checkering and it would be beautiful. Note to all mfg’s and gunsmiths: don’t ever checker light stained curly maple, just leave it. Only checker darker stained maple, checker it fine and provide extensive coverage (think Safari Browning coverage).


Please look up what curly maple really looks like. This picture is a low grade of “tiger stripe or fiddleback maple”.I have finished/fitted tigertail walnut stocks to actions. You really want a curley or shell frame maple stock, dig out another grand from your pocket. Birds eye is another fine maple for your gun (you can forget checkering on it)