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I found a Marlin 336TS, 30-30, in 90-95% condition. SN 16009948. Few marks on the wood, no issues with metal. Seller want $315. I might be able to get it for $275-$300.........Is this a good deal
 

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I paid $300 for a 60/70% 336 TS in June of 09; paid $325 for a 80% 336 T in December 10.

Your Uncle Ed is buying any clean MARLINS that catch his eye. Likewise on selected 3 screw RUGERS and 357 and 44 Original Size VAQUEROS/BISLEY VAQUEROS. My 401K is a disaster...I think my gun inventory is building more value...definitely much more fun to look at and play with.
 

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In my opinion, it would be a good buy, expecially if you could get it at $275.00. I'm not a fan of the cbs and have replaced it with a screw on a couple of rifles and used the o-ring cure on others. I have not seen a Texan with a cbs, did not know they made such a critter. For a 95% rifle, sounds like something I would be interested in, but then I have this weakness for Texans. What is the barrel length?
 

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Longfin said:
In my opinion, it would be a good buy, expecially if you could get it at $275.00. I'm not a fan of the cbs and have replaced it with a screw on a couple of rifles and used the o-ring cure on others. I have not seen a Texan with a cbs, did not know they made such a critter. For a 95% rifle, sounds like something I would be interested in, but then I have this weakness for Texans. What is the barrel length?
Would be post 1983 so an 18.5 inch barrel.
 
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