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    used 336 in .35 Remington

    Ran across a 336 in .35 Rem in a local gun shop. It looked in good shape, probably 1960s or 70s vintage. It has an old 4x Bushnell scope in one of those funky mounts where you can look low and use the iron sights and move you head back to sight through the scope. They also had a 1894 in .44 Mag, but that went quickly. I surmise someone's family member passed on and they put the guns on consignment. But it is in good shape. It is a pricey shop and they want $500+ for it. I have been thinking about it. With Remlin going south, maybe it is not a bad price.
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    Sounds like a nice gun, but i personally think its too high at $500+, did you try talkin him down?
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    Been watching one in a central Texas pawn shop in very good shape. It did not have a scope.
    It was marked at $459 and sold last week for $400 plus 8% Texas tax.
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    Cash usually helps to lower the price. "I'll give you $**.** right now, take or leave it." The dealer usually takes it.
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    Cash in hand works wonders.

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    I bought a 1968 vintage .35 Remington Texan Model from my neighbor for $300.00 last summer.
    It's topped with a Cabela's 3x-9x glass and shoots the Hornady' Leverlution rounds better than my reloads.
    I'll go along with the others and offer the seller cash, take it or leave it.
    It's true the newer Marlins just ain't got it.

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    just picked up a pre safety made in 75 for 270.00 think 500.00 a bit step

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    I just paid $290 for mine. Should be here on Thursday......
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    THe price would be affected by what model it is. Is it an A,C, Texan or Marauder. If it's a C the price is high IMO. If it is any of the other ones it could be a steal depending on which model it is.

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    Depends A lot on your area. Also how bad you want it. I have made some great deals on desirable Marlins over the last few years But my job alows me to look is the gunshops nearly every day. Finding the deals takes time.
    Got A serial # or model yet?
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