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a buddy of mine sent me this link today....says its free to sign up....


http://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa=Main.Item&itemid=1497&acctid=780

says its a 1988 336 os

looks nice...just thought i would pass it along

oh ps......if there is anybody out there looking for a marlin 336 pre saftey in 30-30 or a cowboy 38-55 or a .444

i can pass along a link to ya....very fair priced rifles in mi
 

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According to their listing you have to have an FFL to even bid on it. They list condition as "Unknown"
 

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yea...i seen that...wasnt sure if anyone has a ffl here....just thought i would pass the link along

you never know...that could be the rifle that someone needs to finish a collection
 

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I'm sure someone will buy it and appreciate it.....,afterall it's a Marlin ;)
 

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"Only open to FFL holders" really limits their customer base (IE: profit potential), when it would be just as easy to ship it to an FFL "third party".
I mean, an FFL holder will know the market price for it and bid accordenly. Where as a non-profesional buyer would be willing to bid much more, just because he desires it. Or knows a special someone that would.
 

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They don't ship either, so all sales will be local. The area dealers are getting some decent deals unless they are bidding agianst each other.
 
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