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Thought y'all might like to see this...


http://www.auctionarms.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=7453893&aa=%20%20MARLIN%20-%20Model%20336ER%20.356%20WINCHESTER....Rare%20Rifle...UNFIRED%20IN%20BOX!!

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Note no forearm sticker or hang tag...
 

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Dang,

I would like to have one, but not that bad! :?
 

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$1,600!? Let me put this in perspective. I could have that rifle or....


Remington 1100 about $800


Marlin Guide Gun about $550

Grand total about $1350. That would leave me plenty of money for ammo. I might be able to squeeze another gun in there. That rifle is way to rich for my blood.
 

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Sticker on the box says it cost $269.99 when it was new.

Hard to believe that it's worth $1600. Not old enough but I guess if someone wants something bad enough...
 
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Let me put some "perspective" on the issue.

2414.

What do you suppose that means in relation to the firearms shown above?

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Le'me see here...I've got a Model 1936 in 30-30 and a 1964 336 in 35 Rem...

Grand total $500.

At this rate I could have 6 Marlins plus $100 for ammo. Sounds like a better deal to me.

So let's see...I need a 45-70, a 444 and a 450...and maybe an 1895 Cowboy with the 20" octagon barrel or an XLR...or...
 

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I looked just because I was curious, but went further to look at what else he had offered. There were several other Marlin's vintage early 70's that looked very appealing. Two in particular was a 336C for about $200, and a 44M for $310, both almost new with box. Not bad if I was in the market.
 

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Hey, go look again. It said the auction started at $0.01, there were 44 bids to get it there. Looks like buyers pushed this one.
 

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FWiedner said:
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Let me put some "perspective" on the issue.

2414.

What do you suppose that means in relation to the firearms shown above?

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:p Swoosh...right over my head...... :oops: Explain, please?
 

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Yeah, I missed that one too TTT. :?
 

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This one looks interesting. You dont see many around, least I dont.
http://www.auctionarms.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=7465192&aa=%20%20MARLIN%20-%20Model%201894M%20.22%20MAGNUM....Brand%20New%20in%20Box!!....No%20Reserve!
 
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tubbythetuba said:
FWiedner said:
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Let me put some "perspective" on the issue.

2414.

What do you suppose that means in relation to the firearms shown above?

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:p Swoosh...right over my head...... :oops: Explain, please?

Sorry Tubby, I thought it was well known that only 2414 of the 336ERs were manufactured.

I was trying to point out tht while the new 1895 above certainly makes better sense economically, it will never have the collector value of the 336ER.

:)
 
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