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    I agree with the insane prices. Makes me almost maybe consider selling my 1894 FG with box. Also, a JM 1894 in 45 Colt. On the other hand I've seen like new Pre 64 flat band 30-30's with $500 price tags. Just seen a NIB Colt Diamondback from the 70's in 38 Special sell at auction for $2600. I have the same gun NIB and was just offered $900 in trade. Seems like prices are an all time high when I go to buy, but always hear from the buyer that the market is soft when I go to sell.
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    I have gave serious thought about selling out everything except the family heirlooms, guns that were gifts. The only thing that wouldn't cover is a rifle for Ohio deer season. That is if I could get the crazy prices that I see listed at shows. It makes my arse tired that everything that is no longer made is a collector's item. I call it the Beanie Baby Syndrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maki00 View Post
    Had Remington kept all the Marlin employees, tooling & machines maybe Remlin would not have ran into the quality issues that plague them.
    JM's made leading up to the takeover are just as unacceptable to me as the ones right after. Most guns are crappy after about 1995 regardless of maker so I don't buy this.
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    I was recently thinking about selling my 1894 CCL 41, but then I saw one went for just over 1k last week. I think some prices are going back down a bit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ret_Eng View Post
    This is why I ain't selling my 444XLR, 35 Rem XLR, 308MX, 338MX, 444P, 1894P, 1894C (pre-safety), 1894 Sporter (pre-safety), '73 336A 35 Rem (pre-safety), 35 Rem Glenny 30 (pre-safety) anytime soon...................
    Nice collection. I am missing the 35 Rem XLR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Duke View Post
    1894 SS 44 magnum for $2000. I had two and gave one to my son.
    One sold on GB earlier this week, seemed to be in really good condition for $1050 with box, papers and shipping included. That be a few dollars more than new model 1894 SBL 44 mag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin+ View Post
    One sold on GB earlier this week, seemed to be in really good condition for $1050 with box, papers and shipping included. That be a few dollars more than new model 1894 SBL 44 mag.
    That's more like it, but still high. The guy with the 2K starting bid is Nutz.
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    top rifle is a winchster legacy in .44 magnum, got it in a group buy and kept it, bottom rifle is a marlin sporter in .44 magnum, got it as a walk in at a gunshow. both are very good shooters and handle toploads, the Winchester is lighter and hold more rounds(if it matters). the sporter is a hard one to find today, I don,t know how hard the Winchester is to find.
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    The 1894 .44 Mag is hot right now. Here's my track on the model:

    Marlin 1894 Rifle in .44 Mag.
    Blue Book of Gun Values (39th Edition) indicates between $500 in 95% condition and $625 in 100% condition for this gun. I have 144 recorded prices for this model gun from $398 to $1550 over a period of 3 Yrs 3 Mos ending April 21, 2019. The overall average price as of that date was $711. No refurbs, no refinishes, regular sights. All represented as 95% or better. No distinction for import location or engineering revision, if any, no special editions, no distinctions for box, papers, tools. Current or last MSRP is not given. The last 20 prices I have for this model since 4/5/2019 range from $490 to $1550 averaging $808.
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    Maybe it's a 1894 ssltd 44 1894SSLTD .44/.44spl Stainless steel 16.25" barrel, Non-Checkered Gray Laminated stocks, Hi-Viz sights. 351 produced. Special run by Marlin for Davidsons.


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