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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Idontplaynice, May 3, 2012.
Older Marlin at the pawn shop. What do you think - good price?
Assuming good mechanicals and nice bore, absolutely.
Great brush gun...can mount a scope directly on top because of the side ejection. I had one and loved it!
If it's in good shape and was made before the crossbolt safety, heck yes.
Is it a 30as model?
If it was in decent condition W/O the safety I would buy it,the older Marlins were great guns.
Yes it is. Dang. I want.
if its in good shape you better jump on it!!!!
I wouldn't care if it had a crossbolt safety or not for $250.00. As long as it hadn't been used for a fence post or a prybar.
Don't care whether it has a crossbolt safety, or not.
$249.. . . . . . BUY IT!!!!!
If no rust in chamber or barrel, buy it. You can't buy a 10/22 for that cheap anymore!
As long as it's a real Marlin (JM stamp on barrel) and in good working order, I wouldn't pass it up for that price.
I am toying with buying an old Marlin .35 remington at our local gun/pawn. They want $339 for it but could probably get it for $300.
I already have a winny 30/30 lever gun. Thought my son might like the .35 remington for hunting.
Unless its really rough, go for it!
I bought a mint early 70's Marlin 30-30 off a friend for $250.00, thought I over paid, but then again he gave me great deals on other firearms in his collection.
Stay away from it!
BTW: What's the phone number of the place selling it?
Cancel what I just said. Wrong gun.
I stopped at the pawn shop today and it's still there. No cross-bolt safety. Stamped JM on the barrel. Marlin model 336. I am tempted.
That's not temptation, that's torture, I have a Winchester 94, Marlin 336 and a Glenfield 30-30. The Marlin is the best shooter and most accurate. GET IT