A 99M1, a 25 and a 60 came up for sale

Discussion in 'Marlin Rimfires' started by MattNH, Mar 23, 2016.

  1. MattNH

    MattNH Well-Known Member

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    A vintage 1967 (FK stamp) Marlin 99M1 with the factory rear sight, a 1982 vintage Glenfield 25 with a crappy Tasco and one magazine and a plain vanilla Marlin 60 from 1989 with long barrel and full mag tube are up for sale in the next silent auction. Bids will be going in on all 3.

    There are also two nice 1961-1962 V serial number 39A's, but I'm not interested in chasing those. There are 2 Marlin 81 DL rifles, but I would need both of them to maybe make one rifle. A new MM serial number 795 that looks like a toy. A newish 336 but it has the cross bolt safety and the stock and forearm are checkered and the previous owner mounted the rear sling swivel in the bullseye. There is a 1980 squirrel stock Glenfield 60 that looks like it lived outside for most of its life.

    There are 2 S&W revolvers in the live auction that I may be able to afford, both 4" barrels, a Model 19-5 from the mid-80s and a pre-68 N serial numbered 28-2

    Probably just going after the 3 rimfires
     
  2. MattNH

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    Got the Glenfield 25 for $97.75 out the door, the '89 Model 60 for $92 out the door and the new Mayfield built Model 60 for $58.65 out the door. Missed the 99M1 by $24, it went for $125 plus the 15% buyers premium.

    I will pick them up tomorrow
     

  3. MattNH

    MattNH Well-Known Member

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    Turns out I did not win the Mayfield 60, someone else also bid $51 but got it in before my bid. I just checked the price results, oh well, I really only wanted the action/bolt to put into a older model 60 receiver/barrel I have and modify the stock to accept the bottom fed box magazine.

    So a‘82Glenfield 25 bolt with one magazine and '89 Marlin 60 for $189.75. I call that a good deal. Pics when I get home, probably shouldn't bring them into the office.

    Matt

    Edit - the Glenfield 25 is from 1982
     
    Last edited: Apr 6, 2016
  4. MattNH

    MattNH Well-Known Member

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    So I never even took pictures of the '82 Glenfield 25 and the '89 Marlin 60 and the next auction is right around the corner. I've been traveling more for work to take some of the burden off on one of my field engineers, but I do have a new guy starting May 31st, a kid from UNH just graduated mechanical engineering.

    Anyway, put bids in on 6 Marlin rifles. A 99M1 and a 989M2 which I threw real money at, I want them. Both pre serial number, one Feb 1967 and the other April 1965 based on BK and DI stamps on the barrels. A Marlin 100 just too pretty and elegant to pass up. A newish (2009) 795 that I just really want the guts from. A '80 Glenfield 60 that is only salvageable for the stock. Finally, a 1953 vintage 336RC in .30-30 that is 63 years old but doesn't look a day over 30.

    I'm on the road all next week and will find out what I've got on Jun 7th or 8th.
     
  5. Gumpy

    Gumpy AKA Richard Prestage

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    Good luck! Hopefully it will work out for you. Some nice rifles you're bidding on.