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    1895 MXLR value

    I was wondering what the going price was for a Marlin 1895 MXLR with a JM stamp. I saw a few for sale some years back but haven’t seen for sale in a while. At that time the 1895 MXLR’s were listed for big bucks.
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    One sold on Gunbroker last month for $1500.00...
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    Wow! Was that new for $1,500?
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    Quote Originally Posted by obie458 View Post
    Wow! Was that new for $1,500?
    Like new. No box or papers...
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    I paid $550 for mine back in 2006. If only I knew, I would have bought more and kept them in the box.

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    Check GB....
    Watch for the sold price vs asking. Always someone trying to sell one at a crazy price.
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    I’ll keep my eye on GB. Thanks for the information

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    Quote Originally Posted by obie458 View Post
    I was wondering what the going price was for a Marlin 1895 MXLR with a JM stamp. I saw a few for sale some years back but haven’t seen for sale in a while. At that time the 1895 MXLR’s were listed for big bucks.
    Aren't all the MXLR's JM stamped, or did some get manufactured after Remington took over?
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    Remlin is making the XLR in 30-30

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenRidgeBandit View Post
    Remlin is making the XLR in 30-30
    It's the 450 Marlin I'm talking about
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