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Up for your consideration is a mint condition 1969 golden mountie. The gun is in incredible shape with no visible marks on the wood and 2 very slight marks on the right side of the receiver near the forend which are about the size of a pen head and are very minimal. The gun appears to be shot very little, I'd guess less than a box and comes with the original Marlin leaflet. The worst part about the gun is the factory grease that is still under the rear sight, which I just left there. I have 2 many of these 22's and am looking a funding a new project so no trades at this time. $725 shipped to your FFL (C&R okay) insured with inspection period in a new soft case. Call, pm or email if interested. Thanks for looking.

Todd
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Man if I was in the market for a Mountie instead of a 39A...I just want the extra 4" of barrel so I can hopefully use the irons on it.
Good Luck with the sale...Don't think it will be around for long...
 

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I have a great Mountie that I bought from a MO member last year. I would have this one too if finances allowed. Someone will grab it soon I am sure.
 

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Ditto on the "Y" and "Z" Prefix 39A or Mountie!
 

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The "Y" or "Z" prefix is special to me because it would be a 1964 model just like me. Hope this helps. :)
 
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Yep...But it's ok because I've heard "50" is the new "30"...Yeehaw! :)
 
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