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Whatever you can get for it :D I've seen them go from 600-750 and up when they're like new and I imagine that that price is increasing since the takeover. If you sell closer to hunting season the price and demand should go up further.
 

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rahtreelimbs said:
What would a stainless 1895 MXLR in 45-70 be worth in great condition?
Ahh - i could be mistaken - but isn't the 1895M XLR chambered in 450 Marlin? :)
 

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I had to pay 659 or so when i got my XLR in 45-70 but the wood to metal fit was perfect,everything looked perfect so I bought it.It is Very accurate and it's muched liked and I'm very glad I got it,especially with the stuff that is going on now with the plant closing and move to NY.
 
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