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Just what it says!!! How much are they bringing? there are very few loading tools in this part of the country! moodyholler
 

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It all depends on finish. I've seen some crusty ones go for under $100, but I've seen some really nice ones go for over $300! The .38-55 is not the most common, but not a rare one either. Something inbetween. I believe the .40-60 Marlin caliber is the most often found.
Might check the relaoding tool web site. I think they have a lot of serial numbers listed there, as each 1881 tool was individually serial numbered.

http://antiquereloadingtools.org/index.html
 

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Check out ebay.There is one of them on RIGHT now.A 38-55 1881 Marlin reloader. It looks like it is complete,not missing a thing.modoc
 

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Thanks Modoc, Bad timing as I am tapped out for the next two weeks. After that, though, Katiebarthedoor!!! OK, moodyholler
 
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