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Went there looking for pistols and a Korean Vet was standing there looking at pistols and had it leaned up against the table. I asked if he was selling it. Said he wanted $300 and had tried to sell to a dealer and he wouldn't pay it. I said I'll take it! So it's excellent condition except for a little freckling on the receiver. My '53 Mountie has a 24 " barrel and this one has a 20". Before you ask for pictures I still haven't pinned down my son to help me put them on. Tried couple of times without success.

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Congrats!! Can't wait to see it.
 

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That's a great price for my area :). I just don't see Mounties often and they bring more. I think you got an excellent buy ;D.
 

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Isn't it great when you are in the right place at the right time ? Congrats & enjoy ! ;D
 

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Correction! It is a '67! Ser # is AA but he had on a card that it was '57. Said he had it a long time or bought it new?? Anyway, that means it was used 10 years less than I thought, Ha! Hope to take it to the range one day this week since we now have a little daylight to play with.

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MuleCrazy said:
AA is 65 ...
Oops! Must have looked too quickly. Thanks. My list for Marlins now is: 1951, 1953, 1957, 1965, 1968, 1979, 1980, 1996, 2008! In 39A, 30, 336! I'm starting to see a little subsiding of my symtoms on this marlinitis thing. A couple more and I should be cured. Now I need a Maurader and an early 336A. Oh and a 219 zipper if I can find one. That is unless you guys come up with another unique model that I havent yet heard of.

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