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#13187415 - 10/07/18 Marlin 1936 value  
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Wondering if anyone can give me a fair price range on this. I don't own it. I walked away from in in a distant LGS because I thought he wanted too much. Now I'm having second thoughts.
1936 full mag tube in 32 Special
Case hardened receiver
Not tapped. No sling studs. Everything looks original.
Conservative 90% probably 95%.
Don't remember the serial but I think it was a J?


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#13187596 - 10/07/18 Re: Marlin 1936 value [Re: bbassi]  
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where is it ?

#13188170 - 10/07/18 Re: Marlin 1936 value [Re: bbassi]  
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LOL. NOT telling.


Yet.

I'd say it's about this nice though.

1936

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#13336112 - 12/06/18 Re: Marlin 1936 value [Re: bbassi]  
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Based on your description, I would say between $800 and $950.

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#13450031 - 01/13/19 Re: Marlin 1936 value [Re: bbassi]  
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I might part with more than that if it is that nice and a 32 special. Not easy to find anymore.


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#13450566 - 01/14/19 Re: Marlin 1936 value [Re: bbassi]  
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I agree - if it is collectible.

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#13536395 - 02/06/19 Re: Marlin 1936 value [Re: bbassi]  
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I find the 32 WS, or as marlin called them 32 HP. 2 be superior to reload for than the 30 wcf. But they seem to be of less value to collectors?


I don't know why, I do know the 32 WS in model 336 that is drilled and tapped factory is much more desirable for collectors than the 30 wcf.

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