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What should I pay for a 1997 Marlin 1895SS in good condition?
 

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I've seen them all over the map oldtrooper. Low fives, seem low today. I wouldn't sell mine for less than $650 maybe even $700. Seems to me that condition is a pretty big driver - even more so than some. Mine as close to 100% as you can get so I'd think that $650 is pretty much a top dollar figure for me.
 

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I paid a little less for mine because the guy at the pawn shop didn't like the scratches in the fore end. Considered it more used than the metal showed. Very accurate. She's worth at least $2,000 to me. :)

Fair market value rides around $500 to $700 like the gentlman above said. Good guns and the only problem i had was when i loaded Lyman 400 grainers & the OAL would not let them out of the magazine. Live & learn.
 

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Well, I guess I did OK. This one has some slight freckling on the receiver, too. Probably from blood or sweat. Other than that very clean. I lucked into it for $250.
 

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This is the 1895SS I got for $250.00. Gun Firearm Shotgun Wood Air gun
Wood Shotgun Air gun Gun barrel Hardwood
The second picture is with the new magazine tube.
 

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This is the 1895SS I got for $250.00.<IMG class=previewthumb id=vbattach_102115 alt="" src="http://www.marlinowners.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=102115&stc=1" attachmentid="102115"><IMG class=previewthumb id=vbattach_102116 alt="" src="http://www.marlinowners.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=102116&stc=1" attachmentid="102116"> The second picture is with the new magazine tube.<BR>
 
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