Price range on a mod 57
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    Price range on a mod 57

    Do any of ya'll know the price range on a mod 57? Thanks in advance. Mike
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    Well it looks like they are free or higher than a giraffe's but.
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    Crazy money on gun broker,passed on one at the flea market couple weeks ago at 425$ because I didn't have it on me and now can't find another one

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    The ones I have seen at gun shows are usally high 4 to 5

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    I feel like the 57s are more prevalent than the 57ms are but I may be wrong

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    [QUOTE=Mike 2010;7984771]Do any of ya'll know the price range on a mod 57? Thanks in advance. Mike[/QUOTE. Hi Mike I paid $250 a piece for the ones I have and the both look brand new. I think they were in the closet there whole life. But I seen them as high as $700

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    I think I paid $400 for my 57M, but it is "finish challenged" & needs some TLC to make it purty. But for now, it's tractor rifle, and doesn't need to be purty.

    I think the 57's are about that price in good condition. Both are hard to find around here.
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    seems to be these days if you can find one for 400 buy it and don't look back. but there are some offered for 600+
    one thing for sure they will never be produced again by marlin

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    I paid $350 for mine a couple of years ago, but it's not perfect. There's a gouge in the bolt that causes a jam once in a while. Trying to figure out a decent fix.

    I have a very sweet 57 M that I paid $200 for eight or nine years ago. I've seen comparable ones going for $600 - $700 around here lately.
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