Advertised as "Especially built for American Big Game", offered in .30-30 and.32 Special calibers.
Produced in late 1936 for the '37 market, the Model 36 appeared in three variations. All variations were made in carbine, sporting carbine, and rifle styles from 1938-1947. All Model 36 rifles were pistol grip style with no grip cap, and sported a hard rubber buttplate from the factory. This derivation of the earlier Model 93 featured a slightly fish-bellied forearm, called the "Sure Grip" semi-beavertail forearm. We manufacture only buttstocks for the Marlin Model 36, but Model 336 forearms can be used in their place. They differ only in outward appearance.
Please note: The Model 36 buttstock we produce is correct only for the later production rifles and carbines with a top receiver tang length of approximately 3-1/8". The very earliest models, produced in late 1936, had longer top receiver tangs, measuring approximately 3-5/8" in length.