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    Tenderfoot
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    marlin 336 value

    trying to find a reasonable estimate to the value of my marlin 336 r.c in 30-30. manf. in 1960. In great condition, i would say about 95 % and show little to no wear. thanks for any info
    Marlin 336 R.C

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    Hello Richard and Welcome to MarlinOwners.

    It sometimes depends on location with the pricing, but i would say a fair guess would be $275-$375, give or take. Someone else may have a better idea than I, and pictures would surely help too.

    Hope this helps
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    Welcome,
    I think BGs price is about right. Rather you should be able to easily sell the gun at that price or it's a fair price for it.
    I remember when every pawn shop in town had a 30-30 for $200. And they have crept up a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikewood View Post
    Welcome,
    I think BGs price is about right. Rather you should be able to easily sell the gun at that price or it's a fair price for it.
    I remember when every pawn shop in town had a 30-30 for $200. And they have crept up a bit
    Aint that the truth and less even, if we only knew, i woulda been hoarding all i could find
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    Around here between $325/$450 if really fine condition. I say buy it and don't look back. Just go ahead and enjoy it as it will pay for it's self in due time.
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    I have to agree with 4Charlie..... if it's in good shape, buy it. You will not regret it.

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    I'd be willing to pay more for a 95% condition older Marlin than I would a new one, if that gives you an idea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leatherstocking View Post
    I have to agree with 4Charlie..... if it's in good shape, buy it. You will not regret it.
    He's (the OP) talking about his own gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by six_gunz View Post
    I'd be willing to pay more for a 95% condition older Marlin than I would a new one, if that gives you an idea...
    Im with you 100% on that one. I would pay more for a pristine older gun than I would for the junk coming from the factory today. Happily you don't have to pay more or even the same. I bought a 95% .30-30 made in 1958 for $325 at a LGS. I love it.
    Stay safe. jkc

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    in sw fl its hard to find any 336 for less than $300 to $400 used


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