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    Marlin jm stamped 1895 sbl like new in box .45/70

    MARLIN JM STAMPED 1895 SBL LIKE NEW IN BOX .45/70
    Gunbroker with 30 min to go.

    Current price 2525.00

    Now you know why I bought a Remlin SBL
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    More than I could spend on one.
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    Someone is willing to pay over 2k for a 4570 marlin?

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    I don't remember it having a big loop, but there was a really nice JM stainless guide gun at the show I was at this weekend for 825.

    I think I'd just go that route if I really wanted one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavrik View Post
    I don't remember it having a big loop, but there was a really nice JM stainless guide gun at the show I was at this weekend for 825.
    I know the rifle you are talking about, I've looked at it 3 shows now. Besides not having the big loop it doesn't have the full length magazine. Still a nice one though.
    I bought my 39D from the same guy awhile back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffletop View Post
    I know the rifle you are talking about, I've looked at it 3 shows now. Besides not having the big loop it doesn't have the full length magazine. Still a nice one though.
    I bought my 39D from the same guy awhile back.
    That's right, I knew there was something else different about it other than lacking the big loop. Nice rifle but I'm just not really into stainless, probably because my father. Years of "you don't want stainless" as he considers them too easy to see in the woods.
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    I see one at 1.25. $2525,00 is just stupid and that is not why anyone should buy a Remlin if they don't want one because there are plenty of JM models out there for less than half of that.

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    Well, one could buy the 1895GS for $825, and build it into an SBL for a hell of a lot less bucks, I'd be inclined to go that route.

    I'm a tad still on the fence between finding a nice 1895 GS, which I prefer over an SBL since I enjoy SS and walnut, or when Henry puts a loading gate on their All Weather hard chromed 45-70. Depends upon the deal to some degree.

    Then again, I really like Henry's blued walnut BBS 45-70. Henry needs to add the loading gate and I'd be inclined to snag one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffletop View Post
    MARLIN JM STAMPED 1895 SBL LIKE NEW IN BOX .45/70
    Gunbroker with 30 min to go.

    Current price 2525.00

    Now you know why I bought a Remlin SBL
    Waffletop,

    If anyone is interested, GB has a 336CB for a reasonable price. I love mine, 210 gr - 270 gr cast bullets. Ended up with a 1886 Deluxe for my 45-70. The prices for a JM where similar at the time.
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