What is the effective range of a Marlin 30-30 rifle?

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The Marlin Model 336, chambered in .30-30 Winchester, has an effective range of 150 to 200 yards. The range varies depending on the type of ammunition fired.

The .30-30 Winchester centerfire cartridge is loaded with bullets weighing between 110 and 170 grains. Typical loads range between 150 and 170 grains, and they limit the effective range to approximately 150 yards. Larger grain loads deliver a more effective punch to the target, but they also curb distance and accuracy. Since 1956, Marlin Firearms has incorporated its Micro-Grove rifling system into the Model 336. The rifling system uses an increased number of shallower rifling grooves. According to Marlin, this Micro-Grove system improves the overall accuracy of the gun.

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