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    Revelation 207

    I was in a pawn shop yesterday and saw a Revelation 207 for $225. At first I thought it was a Marlin but it did not look quite right. It had an 18' barrel and straight grip. I opened the lever and the trigger came out with the lever. Is this a Mossberg? They also had a 336 A in 30-30 for $425.

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    Re: Revelation 207

    Aye, the 207 is a Mossberg. The 336A sounds kind of high, but I'm retired and cautious of prices

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    Re: Revelation 207

    What kind of shape is the A in? Is it an old waffle top? If it's in great shape and a waffle top to boot, it just might be worth what the guy is asking. But, if you want it, make him a lower offer. Dicker with the man. As a general rule, I never pay full asking price for a rifle.
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    Re: Revelation 207

    The mossbergs have a trigger that stays with the lever.

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    Re: Revelation 207

    The 336 A is in good, not excellent shape, has a Monte Carlo type stock, fat forearm, no waffle top.They have had that rifle for a couple of years as I recall.

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    Re: Revelation 207

    Are you talking about the 24" barrel 1/2 mag.tube model A, or the economy carbine model A?
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    Re: Revelation 207

    that's a good price on the mossberg, i wish i had another one. cause they won't jamb up you'r shootin' finger, in the heat of battle with a whitetail. and if the 336a is in "good shape" it's worth the asking price. best thing to do is buy both of them, if you can swing it. cause they are both very good rifles!

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    Re: Revelation 207

    Quote Originally Posted by CJ-5
    The 336 A is in good, not excellent shape, has a Monte Carlo type stock, fat forearm, no waffle top.They have had that rifle for a couple of years as I recall.
    It sounds like your A is actually an ADL. Is there checkering on the pistol; grip and forearm? If so, that just might settle the matter. To be absolutely sure take the stock off and see if it has the same number as the serial number of the rifle. If what I've said so far matches what you have, then it is definitely an ADL and worth the money
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    Re: Revelation 207

    No checkering, pre-Marshield finish, Monte Carlo stock, pre-crossbolt safety, 24 inch barrell, 1/2 magazine, 30-30, fat forearm. I really can't buy either right now but if someone wants them I can PM the location. I would say it is from the 60's from the finish, bluing, etc. I did not wrhte down a serial #.


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