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Bullets get gamed and lever locks up in open position. Son took it apart to clean side door n wrong place. bullets don't load the way it did Bottom slide to load seams to be in wrong place. load door in wrong position . tryed to find diagram for gun no luck. Pissed at son right now. marlin 30 30 336a lever action.

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Have a look on the internet there are blow up photos of the marlin rifle there realy very easy to strip, but putting them back right,,,
well your lad did not! *** him!! wip the screw out the side for the under leaver half open the bolt and pull the under leaver down and out the gun, then pull the bolt out the rear end,,you may see what he has *ucked up in there,,,the side loading door is held on be a small screw if you drop the side door into the gun you will need to strip out the loading leaver as well to put it right,,,so dont do that!,,, let the side door screw off just a little and put the door in the right place then nip up the screw,, dont strip it!!! then slide the dolt half way into the rifle and push the loading under leaver back into the bolt,, put the under leaver screw back in and close the bolt with the leaver,,,if its not closing its in wrong again,,,rember you need to engage the leaver in the bolt before you can close the bolt,, if its not picking up the rounds its the lifting arm,,,thats a man size job look on the net for the blow up photos,,,but you may well need some expert help then,,,im not there but if i was i could strip it in my sleep? but go to googel,, and type in "marlin rifles"

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

Testimonial: "Thank you for your time.I tore it down,,found the lifting arm at the end near barrel bent open more then it should,locking the lifting movement,TY Don"

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