Re: scope for marlin 336
You're not going to get pinpoint accuracy out of a lever action brush gun made for hunting deer sized targets in wooded areas. About the best you can do is get a fixed four power scope, and it doesn't have to be top of the line either. The cheaper Bushnells or Simmons will do just fine. If you want a better quality, get one of the new Redfields that are being made by Leupold at very reasonable prices. Stay away from variable power scopes with bells and whistles........you will just be wasting your money.