Marlin Model 99

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  1. marlin22nut

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    Found a model 99 today in good original condition. I read in the Blue Book that the 99 was a Promotional Model in late 50s to early 60s. Is this a collectible model and what is a fair price?

    Thanks for any feedback!
     
  2. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

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    Historically, there were also other versions that were sold:



    • Marlin Model 99 and 99DL - this was the first version of the Model 60, offered in a walnut stock, 1959 to 1961
    • Marlin 99G - Very similar to the 60
    • Model 99M1 - styled to resemble the US Army M1 carbine, with eighteen-inch barrel, handguard, barrel band, nine-shot magazine even with the end of the stock, and receiver sight mounted on the scope grooves.
    • Model 989M2 - styled like the 99M1, but with a box magazine.
    • Glenfield Model 99G - precursor of the Model 60G.

    As far as value...check current prices by searching gun auction sites such as:

    GunBroker.com
    GunsAmerica.com
    GunAuction.com
     

  3. marlin22nut

    marlin22nut Member

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    Thanks for your help. This rifle has have a walnut stock.
     
  4. SHOOTER13

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