Marlin Offers Limited Deluxe Lever-Action Rifles

Marlin Offers Limited Deluxe Lever-Action Rifles
Orders Taken through September 30th

North Haven, CT--Marlin Firearms is pleased to announce the production of two Deluxe lever-action rifles based on the popular 1894 and 336 models, available for a limited time through select Marlin dealers.

These Deluxe rifles feature Number 1 Grade American Black Walnut stocks and fore-ends that have 30 to 50 percent figure on each side; polished deep blue metal finish; and are packaged in a padded, molded case with a decorative color sleeve depicting a fall hunting scene. Hand-assembled and tuned by one of our senior craftsmen, these limited production Model 1894 and 336 rifles have unique serial numbers and a certificate of authenticity accompanies each rifle.

The Marlin 1894 has been favored by generations of American hunters for its infallible reliability and accuracy. This elegant rifle in .44 Magnum features a 20" barrel with Ballard-type rifling, a straight grip stock with cut checkering and a rubber recoil pad. Sights include an adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear and a ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan hood. The solid-top receiver is tapped for a scope mount, and the rifle comes complete with an offset hammer spur for scope use.

Marlin's 336 rifle, known for its rugged styling, pinpoint accuracy, and incredible dependability, features a pistol grip stock with classic cut checkering, a hammer block safety and a flat, solid-top receiver which is drilled and tapped for mounting optics. Chambered in .30-30 Win., the 336 features a 20" barrel with a semi-buckhorn folding rear sight and ramp front sight with a brass bead and Wide-Scan hood.


Deluxe Lever-Action Rifle Features


  • Model 1894 in .44 Remington Magnum
  • Model 336 in .30-30 Winchester
  • Number 1 Grade Full Fancy American Black Walnut Stock and Fore-end
  • 30 to 50 Percent Figure on Both Sides
  • Polished Deep Blue Metal Finish
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Unique Serial Number Range
  • 94DL0001
  • 336DL001
  • Padded Doskocil Case with Decorative Sleeve

Marlin 1894 and 336 Deluxe lever-action rifles can be ordered through direct Marlin Firearms dealers and Marlin Custom Shop dealers until September 30, 2009. After that date, availability of these special rifles will be limited to inventory on hand at participating dealers.


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