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Hello,
I' ve an other possibility to buy a marlin handgun.
It's a 38 Rimfire the model is about like my first but it's not nickeled, date 1875 but the price is about $ 380 .
I think it's to expensive . What do you think about that.
Is it more interresting that my 32 standard ?
Is it more scarce
Thanks!

Chris
 

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The .38 Standard is just a litle more scarce, with 12,000 pieces made. It dates from about the same time period, but started a couple years after the .32 Standard, 1878-1887. The price of $380 is not that far off if it is excellent condition, but if it's average or well worn, they wont get that here in the States Chris.
Hope this helps.
 

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I find it very interesting arms like this are found in Europe. I had tought with all the Euro arms makers, there would be little demand. A gun like this has to be scarce overseas, so I can easily believe it would sell for a higher price there than in America.

Chris, Has it Euro proofs of any type? SW
 

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I 've finaly make an offer under priced . i wait an answer.

Chris
 
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