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Got a guy who wants to sell me his 1991 unused, never been shot Marlin 30-30 lever action. I don't know the model number but I'm going to see it tomorrow. He wants $350 cash for it. Any ideas on what its worth? Thanks in advance.
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its probably a model 336 its a good gun but i think $300.00 would be tops for what i would pay for it. JMO
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id probably go 350 on it if it was mint.
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its probably a model 336 its a good gun but i think $300.00 would be tops for what i would pay for it. JMO
That's what I thought as I read the post, too. Unless it's got a scope, then $350 would be reasonable.
I've seen 336/scope packages go for around $400 new. But that was five years ago.
The 336 is an excellent rifle, if you do not already have a 30 caliber centerfire rifle, you might want to go the extra $50 (for $350 total).
Offer him $300, and see what he says.
All depends on how hard up he is. I got my 336 from a guy at work who needed cash, it's a 1971 336 Texan (straight grip stock) and I paid $100. But I don't feel bad for him, he just needed drinking money and I was glad to help.
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Go find the guy right now and buy it. I would be on that deal like white on rice, the old marlins are true american craftsmanship. You will be proud to own that rifle and you couldn't do anything ( well, almost) to make it stop working.
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I believe he said it comes with a case and some ammo. He is a friend of my buddy so if it as described I'll give him what he's asking. I'll post a pic tomorrow if I get it...
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$350 in good condition, maybe a little more in excellent
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yep thats a good buy
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I'd buy it. Pre-Remington Marlins are grand shooters. Especially one thats NIB. A new Remlin 336 runs about 350-400 new so I'd say it's a good buy.
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Go find the guy right now and buy it. I would be on that deal like white on rice, the old marlins are true american craftsmanship. You will be proud to own that rifle and you couldn't do anything ( well, almost) to make it stop working.
I agree 100%. Go get it now.
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$300 is a fair price. I paid $415 for new one one a few months ago. They're great rifles.
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I picked up the rifle for $350. A couple small blemishes on the walnut stock from the closet but never fired. It is a 1991 336 SC (sport carbine) in 30-30. Came with a case and 20 rounds of ammo. My 14 year old is stoked....
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