May 12

Marlin lever-action – disassembly and tuning tutorial

Marlin 336 SS

This is my 2 part video tutorial to help with disassembly and tuning a Marlin 336 for a smooth lever action cycle and accuracy (accurizing).

This was filmed using a Marlin 336 SS in 30-30 Winchester.

Caution:

I am not a qualified gunsmith – This video is some tips that I found useful, and my thoughts. If you decide to work on your rifle, research everything extensively! If you’re in doubt, talk to a gunsmith. Wear safety glasses to avoid eye damage from springs. Remember you’re mostly just polishing, you should not be removing much metal at all. (especially avoid touching the trigger mechanism).

Part 1 / 2:

Part 2 / 2:

Stay safe and happy shooting 🙂

About the Author:

Hardware and software engineer with experience in product development and building automation. Director at Cabot Technologies and Product Manager at NEX Data Management Systems.

3 comments

  1. Graham

    Now that I have it apart and fixed how do I put it back together? (Revelation 200)

    • Hi Graham,

      I never filmed a reassembly video, but it has been requested often. I might film this video one day, but in the meantime you just need to replace the parts in reverse order, there’s nothing particularly tricky about it. I’d say a very light lube with gun oil and try not to over-tighten the screws, and you’re set.

      Thanks.

  2. Rod

    I like your Marlin 30-30 dissambly video. Do you have a reassembly video?

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