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just acquired this one and was curious as to how well i did. Condition is good at 85% - 90%. Gave $215.00 for it. Manufacture date is 1973. What do ya'll think?
 

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just acquired this one and was curious as to how well i did. Condition is good at 85% - 90%. Gave $215.00 for it. Manufacture date is 1973. What do ya'll think?
you done real good. in my area, one in that condition would easily go for $350-450. especially an a more desireable older one like yours. very good deal.
 

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You done very good. $300 - $350 would be an average price in my area.
And, welcome to the forum. Glad to have you here.
 

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First off welcome to the forum. In my neck of the woods $215 for a good condition pre CBS 336 is grand theft Marlin. Some guys have all the luck.

One more thing...it never happened unless we see pictures. :D
 

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You got a great deal, I paid $410 for a 1980, 336, 30-30 with microgroove rifling. It is still a beautiful straight shooter! It's also a straight grip. I waited over ten years to find one. I love reloading for it; 29 grains of IMR 3031 for a Hornady 170 grain FP bullet.
 

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