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    Love to have another XLR but I have too many ZEROs (30-30=0) as it is.
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    The prices, they be dropping for sure. Here is another 336XLR .30-30 manufactured in 2006 (they say 2004) for a buy it now price of $699.00. This should be gone! Why would someone pay more for a remlin when that can purchase a JM Marlin for less. 639121574
    The .35'S have also come down in price as well.
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    I have also noticed prices dropping, and guns not moving in the JM Marlin arena. I'm sure as all things they will settle out price wise, could have hit the peak and drop down about 1/3 price wise and settle down other than special run type etc. Those XLR are fine guns... and RET_ENG I have always been a zero you can send one or two or more my way so as to not have to many.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rclint View Post
    I have also noticed prices dropping, and guns not moving in the JM Marlin arena. I'm sure as all things they will settle out price wise, could have hit the peak and drop down about 1/3 price wise and settle down other than special run type etc. Those XLR are fine guns... and RET_ENG I have always been a zero you can send one or two or more my way so as to not have to many.
    I can send you some for a price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin 30-30 View Post
    The prices, they be dropping for sure. Here is another 336XLR .30-30 manufactured in 2006 (they say 2004) for a buy it now price of $699.00. This should be gone! Why would someone pay more for a remlin when that can purchase a JM Marlin for less. 639121574
    The .35'S have also come down in price as well.
    This rifle sold today for $555.00 WOW!

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    I wouldn't sell mine that cheap. I would have JES or RPP work it over first into a bucket list rifle. DP
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