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Hitting a rather large gun show this weekend, what's a good price for a marlin 22lr? guess that would be the Marlin 60?
Problem is that with the impending election, there's no new stock left on the shelves. They cant make them fast enough. So people are turning to the used market and eating those up. Wait until after new years and you'll have one at a reasonable price.Oh my God, it's almost insulting, if they complain at the gun shows that people aren't buying this is the reason, I couldn't find a Marlin 60 at the gun show for under 230 bucks and that was visibly used, nowhere near new condition.
For 100 bucks, I would have bought it.
Man! I need to find this kinda deal.After rebates we picked up the 795 for around 80.00 new. Someone screwed up on the sale price and listed the price after the rebate, not before the rebate. Double rebate, yahoo.
I paid right at 90.00 out the door at a Cabelas 2 years ago for being one of the first 80 patrons in the door.After rebates we picked up the 795 for around 80.00 new. Someone screwed up on the sale price and listed the price after the rebate, not before the rebate. Double rebate, yahoo.
Holy smokes! Those are good deals, Walmart here doesn't sell firearms for some reason.Walmart has the blued M60 for 159.95 and stainless ones for 219-229 down here near Baton Rouge, LA.
Blued ruger 10/22 were 199.95 with stainless a little more and the Mossberg .22Lr semi-auto for 109.95.
i'm thinking about picking up one of those. It looks like a little larger scaled M60 action they copied with a mag.
I know man, times have changed.You live in Texas and Walmart doesn't sell guns? What the heck? I thought you guys could buy guns on the way to work in the morning. Pick up an Egg McMuffin and a Marlin 30-30 at the McDonalds drive thru. Now I'm disappointed.