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Looked at an 1891 Marlin in 32 RF. CB, RB, beech front sight, unsanded wood, no pitting, metal mostly brown, and bore is bright with light pitting. Is 750.00 a good price? Thanks for your help, moodyholler
 

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Sounds a little high for a brown gun Moodyholler. If it had decent finish, or was a .22 that wouldn't be out of line, but .32's usually bring a bit less.
 

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That does sound a little high, especially with a less than perfect bore. If the bore was mint, then you might consider it, but sounds kinda pricey to me......
 

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Hey MoodyHollow,
Give me a e-mail at the house cause I might be able to get one in that shape alot cheaper. Actually it would be about like your 1897 as in wood,bore,metal for like 625.00

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I seem you got straightened out, so you can log in again Spikemaster!
 

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Yes,

Larry got me up and running again. Thanks Larry it worked!!!!!!!!!!!

SpikeMaster49 :D :) 8) :lol: :D :) 8) :lol:
 
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