There are many reasons why someone might want to mount a scope on their Marlin 336. A scope can help with accuracy, especially at longer distances, and can also be helpful in low light conditions. Scopes can also be a great way to add a personal touch to a rifle.
TOOLS YOU MAY USE
LET’S KNOW DISASSEMBLY PROCESS OF MARLIN 336
1. Unload your Marlin 336 and make sure the firearm is on “safe.”
2. Remove the screws that hold the Marlin’s original rear sight in place.
3. Take off the Marlin’s original rear sight.
4. Determine which scope base you will need for your particular scope. Marlin 336s use either a Weaver #63B or a tip-off scope base.
5. Install the chosen scope base onto the Marlin 336, using the original rear sight screws.
6. Mount your scope onto the scope base, using the rings that came with your particular scope.
7. Use a bubble level to make sure your scope is mounted level.
8. Use a torque wrench to tighten the screws that hold your scope in place, being careful not to over-tighten.
9. Take your Marlin 336 to the range and sight in your new scope.
LET’S DISCUSS STEP BY STEP OF MOUNTING PROCESS OF A SCOPE ON MARLIN 336
1. UNLOAD YOUR FIREARM AND MAKE SURE THE CHAMBER IS CLEAR.
If you’re mounting a scope on a Marlin 336, the first thing you need to do is unload your firearm and make sure the chamber is clear. Then, you’ll need to remove the bolt and the receiver cap. Once those are off, you can take the old scope off and mount the new one. Make sure to follow the instructions that come with the new scope, and then you can reassemble the rifle.
2. REMOVE THE RECEIVER COVER AND BOLT, AND THEN SET THEM ASIDE.
In order to mount a scope on a Marlin 336, the receiver cover and bolt must be removed. Once these parts have been set aside, the process of mounting the scope can begin. It is important to note that the Marlin 336 is not designed to accept every type of scope on the market. In order to ensure that the chosen scope will be compatible with the rifle, it is important to consult with a professional or do some research beforehand.
3. PLACE THE SCOPE BASE ONTO THE RECEIVER, AND THEN USE THE SCREWS THAT COME WITH THE BASE TO ATTACH IT.
Place the scope base onto the receiver, and then use the screws that come with the base to attach it. Make sure that the base is level with the receiver, and then use a drill bit to make pilot holes for the screws. Use a wrench to tighten the screws into place.
4. PLACE THE RINGS ONTO THE SCOPE BASE, AND THEN USE THE SCREWS THAT COME WITH THE RINGS TO ATTACH THEM.
Now, you’ll need to start by attaching the rings to the scope base. Once the rings are in place, use the screws that come with them to secure the scope to the base. Make sure that the screws are tight so that the scope doesn’t come loose while you’re using it.
5. INSERT THE SCOPE INTO THE RINGS, AND THEN USE THE SCREWS THAT COME WITH THE RINGS TO TIGHTEN THEM.
When mounting a scope on a Marlin 336, it is important to first insert the scope into the rings. Once the scope is in place, use the screws that come with the rings to tighten them. This will ensure that the scope is securely in place and will not come loose during use.
6. REASSEMBLE THE RECEIVER AND BOLT, AND THEN REPLACE THE RECEIVER COVER.
Reassemble the receiver and bolt, and then replace the receiver cover. Make sure the receiver is properly seated in the stock, then screw on the receiver cover and tighten the screws.
7. LOAD YOUR FIREARM AND ENJOY YOUR NEW SCOPE!
Make sure the firearm is unloaded and pointed in a safe direction. Open the action and check for any obstructions in the chamber or magazine. With the action open, look through the scope to make sure it is clear. Close the action and proceed to load your firearm according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Once the firearm is loaded, you can now enjoy your new scope!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW DO I MOUNT A SCOPE ON MY MARLIN 336?
There are a few different ways to mount a scope on a Marlin 336. One popular method is to use a set of scope rings that clamp onto the barrel. Another option is to use a receiver mount that attaches to the drilled and tapped holes on the top of the receiver. Whichever method you choose, be sure to follow the instructions that come with the scope or mount to ensure proper installation.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO MOUNT A SCOPE ON A MARLIN 336?
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on personal preference and the specific Marlin 336 model. Some popular methods include using a Picatinny rail or scope rings, or drilling and tapping the receiver for scope bases. Whichever method you choose, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully and consult a qualified gunsmith if necessary.
WHAT ARE SOME TIPS FOR MOUNTING A SCOPE ON A MARLIN 336?
There are a few things to keep in mind when mounting a scope on a Marlin 336:
1. Make sure the rings are properly aligned and tightened before attaching the scope.
2. It is often helpful to use a bubble level to ensure the scope is mounted level.
3. Be careful not to overtighten the screws when attaching the scope to the rings.
4. Once the scope is mounted, be sure to check for proper eye relief.
HOW DO I MAKE SURE MY SCOPE IS PROPERLY MOUNTED ON MY MARLIN 336?
There are a few key things to keep in mind to be sure of the mounting a scope on a Marlin 336: 1. Make sure the rings are properly aligned and tightened. 2. Use a level to ensure the scope is mounted level on the gun. 3. Make sure the eye relief is correct – you should be able to see the entire field of view without having to strain your eyes.
WHAT ARE SOME THINGS TO AVOID WHEN MOUNTING A SCOPE ON A MARLIN 336?
Some things to avoid when mounting a scope on a Marlin 336 include not using the proper tools, not following the instructions, and not being familiar with the process.
When mounting a scope on a Marlin 336, it is important to be cautious and take your time. There are several factors to consider, such as the weight of the scope and the type of mount. It is also important to make sure that the scope is properly aligned with the bore of the rifle. If not done correctly, mounting a scope on a Marlin 336 can result in damage to the rifle or scope, and potentially injury to the shooter.
There are a few things you need to take into account when mounting a scope on your Marlin 336. The first is the type of scope you’re using. The second is the size and weight of the scope. The third is the height of the rings. The fourth is the eye relief. The fifth is the windage and elevation adjustments. The sixth is the parallax setting. The seventh is the reticle. The eighth is the power. The ninth is the objective lens. The tenth is the tube diameter. The eleventh is the coatings. The twelfth is the warranty. The thirteenth is the price. The fourteenth is the service. The fifteenth is the return policy.
Hey, This is Ebert Alberts. I’m the sole writer and creator of all the content you’ll find on this site. I’ve been passionate about shooting with scopes, red dot sights, and all kinds of gun optics for years now. And during that time, I’ve learned a lot – often the hard way. I’ve wasted thousands of dollars on scopes that turned out to be duds, and I’ve also found some real gems along the way.