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Re: Marlin Model 90 combination guns [Re: luv2safari] #16021628 04/23/21
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Originally Posted by luv2safari
Originally Posted by kennymauser
I have been eyeballing a Marlin Mod 90 16 ga for awhile, but I don't know if I like the gap between the barrels . I think they are asking $500.00 for it!
I have never seen one of the combo guns made by Marlin. Plenty made by Savage Stevens. !!
After 60+ years, I would think I would have seen one. I have handled a Marlin lever action 410 (old one) though.

Do you think $500.00 is too high for the one I mentioned above?





It depends entirely on condition. If it's very straight, and the stock's not cut it is worth $500.00. There is getting to be some collector interest in the Marlin 90s.


I agree on the value. The 16ga usually brings a little bit of a premium over a 12ga.
Personally, I am not a fan of the separated barrels either.
The earlier Model 90s did not have the separated barrels. Marlin started around 1950 with separated barrels(IIRC).

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Re: Marlin Model 90 combination guns [Re: luv2safari] #16021648 04/23/21
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Originally Posted by luv2safari
Originally Posted by kennymauser
I have been eyeballing a Marlin Mod 90 16 ga for awhile, but I don't know if I like the gap between the barrels . I think they are asking $500.00 for it!
I have never seen one of the combo guns made by Marlin. Plenty made by Savage Stevens. !!
After 60+ years, I would think I would have seen one. I have handled a Marlin lever action 410 (old one) though.

Do you think $500.00 is too high for the one I mentioned above?





It depends entirely on condition. If it's very straight, and the stock's not cut it is worth $500.00. There is getting to be some collector interest in the Marlin 90s.


I agree on the value. The 16ga usually brings a little bit of a premium over a 12ga.
Personally, I am not a fan of the separated barrels either.
The earlier Model 90s did not have the separated barrels. Marlin started around 1950 with separated barrels(IIRC).

Originally Posted by luv2safari
Originally Posted by Tom_in_VT
I would love a .22/410!


Here you go. YIKES!
eek

https://www.gunsinternational.com/g...22-410-sears-ranger.cfm?gun_id=101631354


Damn! That's a nice one!
I bet it sells for close to that.

Re: Marlin Model 90 combination guns [Re: 06hunter59] #16025277 04/24/21
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Originally Posted by 06hunter59
Originally Posted by luv2safari
Originally Posted by kennymauser
I have been eyeballing a Marlin Mod 90 16 ga for awhile, but I don't know if I like the gap between the barrels . I think they are asking $500.00 for it!
I have never seen one of the combo guns made by Marlin. Plenty made by Savage Stevens. !!
After 60+ years, I would think I would have seen one. I have handled a Marlin lever action 410 (old one) though.

Do you think $500.00 is too high for the one I mentioned above?





It depends entirely on condition. If it's very straight, and the stock's not cut it is worth $500.00. There is getting to be some collector interest in the Marlin 90s.


I agree on the value. The 16ga usually brings a little bit of a premium over a 12ga.
Personally, I am not a fan of the separated barrels either.
The earlier Model 90s did not have the separated barrels. Marlin started around 1950 with separated barrels(IIRC).

Originally Posted by luv2safari
Originally Posted by Tom_in_VT
I would love a .22/410!


Here you go. YIKES!
eek

https://www.gunsinternational.com/g...22-410-sears-ranger.cfm?gun_id=101631354


Damn! That's a nice one!
I bet it sells for close to that.



It almost sold for that to me!


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Re: Marlin Model 90 combination guns [Re: 06hunter59] #16028294 04/25/21
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You would not be disappointed with at 22/410!
I would buy it, but I already have 2 22/410s.

Re: Marlin Model 90 combination guns [Re: 06hunter59] #16038430 04/28/21
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Originally Posted by 06hunter59
22 hornet/410 would certainly be a nice addition!
I have 2 410/410s one is a Skeet King a 22/410 std and a deluxe,, and a 30-30/410.
I'd like to find a 22hornet/410!!
Not sure why, but I sure like them!

https://www.gunsinternational.com/g...22-410-sears-ranger.cfm?gun_id=101631354


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Re: Marlin Model 90 combination guns [Re: 06hunter59] #16038436 04/28/21
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There's a few marlin 90's on Guns International - mostly shotguns. I've been wondering if I need one as bad as I think i might....


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