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  • country_boy

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    Saw one at wally world for $367. Is that an ok price? Im basically looking for a basic 336 with a sling. If I can find one used, even better.
     

    Furyataurus

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    That most likely has the "Birchwood" stock. Mine has the "Walnut" stock and was about $450 out the door at Sportsmans warehouse :(. That's if you care what kind of stock you want of course.... All in all, good price.
     

    juwaba98

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    Academy usually has them for $379 for the plain janes. so $367 is money saved to put toward ammo. $367 is the best I've seen for a new one. I'm planning on getting one, but other stuff keeps jumping into the safe before i get the chance to grab one.
     

    country_boy

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    My problem is I have other projects that my money is going to. I finally bought all that i need for reloading, minus the components. So thats out of my way.
     

    ForneyRider

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    I picked up a used 336W with Bushnell 3-9x40 scope for $350 last year in excellent condition with 4 bullets in sling.

    The 336W came with sling, scope mount, gold plated trigger and a few other things for $350 new.

    Every once in a while you can get a new one on sale with scope for 350-400.

    It shoots great, with Hornady 160gr FTX handloads, it is as accurate as most bolt action hunting rifles.
     

    Pocketfisherman

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    If it were me, I'd be looking for a used one, and I see plenty at every gun show I go to. The older one will have no funky cross bolt safety, better wood, and a non micro groove barrel if you look for one. I see them running $275-350 or there abouts.
     
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