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    Wrangler
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    Buy it, post a range report and make us all jealous!

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    you're a bunch of sad enablers....
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    Gave an unmolested one to my brother this year for his 70'th birthday. He was tickled, I miss it. I paid $525 for it and thought I had stolen it.
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    I came to the conclusion a while ago. If I like I buy. Sounds bad, but I've passed on a lot of guns that I should've brought because at the time I thought they were too high. Now I just buy and enjoy them. Another thing to remember we're not getting any younger!
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    Yes I'd say definitely worth $500. I lucked up and traded a Rossi Circuit Judge for a 1950 336A Waffle top. Ended up having a really nice aftermarket Bishop stock on it. No rust and the blueing is still good.

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    I have paid more for ones that are not in this condition - so I am going to say absolutely.

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    Looks nice enough to bring that price easy. If you like it and want it buy it.

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    I have to agree with all of the above. I know, I have Marlin Itis too; but only to the tune of 11 Marlins.

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    I’d say buy, buy, buy. They will never make a Marlin as nice as that rifle ever again. The SC model is my favorite 336.

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    I traded a '48 RC for $500 towards a '48 A-DL just this spring. The SC's and A's always seem to bring more money, so _GO_ for it! You'll only regret it later.


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