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    $599.00 for a JM Marlin 336XLR .30-30

    With 6 hrs left and no bids there is a JM 336XLR .30-30 on GB item 637847461 for $599.00 with a three day inspection period. It includes a leather sling and has a scope and base that is rather hideous but could possibly be sold once the rifle is purchased. Don't know why this item is priced so low.
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    If I weren't fun money broke, I'd bid on it. That's a bucket list gun for me. $599, no bids, 5 hours left.
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    Darn good price, they are $900 plus for a new Remlin XLR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpe.ahoy View Post
    Darn good price, they are $900 plus for a new Kremlin XLR.
    Could very well be over a grand. We don't know what the reserve price is. I never even consider anything that carry's a reserve price. It's a useless tactic.
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    Reserves and "as is" get no bids or interest from me either.... it's like pricing someones collection for them...

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    WOW - That is a Hideous scope on that!!!

    Still not a single bid on it.

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    can anyone make out what that scope is? Had to use see thru mounts to clear the barrel and front sight.
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    Description says Simmons AEtec

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    thats a sunshade on the end of that scope...
    someone has bid on it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rclint View Post
    Description says Simmons AEtec
    maybe I should have read a little further........Thanks!Got caught up in looking at the pics and totally missed that.
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