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A later issue (early had a Schnabel) is currently on GB. Not all that common being axed way back when, with starting bid and s/h a tad bit higher than Cabela's $75 I paid three years ago. Neither Cabela's or I were all that familiar with the 7000; my best dollar value yet; took a huge risk.
GOFERIT - If I were 35 again and off senior's monthly entitlement check, I'd do her. She ain't my ad for sure; Id have to add an additional $200.
 

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The 7000 is a good gun, that's for sure. One of my favorites. I'd trade my 795 for one in a heartbeat. ;)
 

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Looks like it either sold or they raised the price to $299
 

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https://www.gunbroker.com/item/781040728
Still for sale zero bids and its always been $299. Even with the added $30 spring kit and extra mag, it's near max value for price.
At ~$350, it's going to take someone really needing a 7000. Gotta be one of Marlin's rarest semi autos. At 50 and 100 yards, my 795 and 7000 are very close on accuracy.
 

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https://www.gunbroker.com/item/781040728
Still for sale zero bids and its always been $299. Even with the added $30 spring kit and extra mag, it's near max value for price.
At ~$350, it's going to take someone really needing a 7000. Gotta be one of Marlin's rarest semi autos. At 50 and 100 yards, my 795 and 7000 are very close on accuracy.
As much as I like heavy, target/varmint barrels, .22LRs have a pretty thick profile no matter what. Still... I love the way that gun looks.
 
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