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Marlin 1895 SBL #15495101 12/07/20
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What is going on with these - watched one on GunBroker sell for $7000? Several more are over $2000 with lots of time left - may have to consider selling my LTDSS if they keep this up? People buying for survival, Jurassic Park is now a thing, Grizzlies are expanding their range - Inquiring minds want to know??

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Re: Marlin 1895 SBL [Re: PennDog] #15497253 12/07/20
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Apparently, the "price box" is smaller than the "value box".

Every time I look at a pic thread of firearms, I end up wanting MORE than the MANY that I already own!


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Re: Marlin 1895 SBL [Re: PennDog] #15530154 12/15/20
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I know. I have a like new SBL and curiosity I looked on gunbrokers. I couldn't believe it.


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Re: Marlin 1895 SBL [Re: Joel/AK] #15536365 12/17/20
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Originally Posted by Joel/AK
I know. I have a like new SBL and curiosity I looked on gunbrokers. I couldn't believe it.


I know what you mean. 4 years ago I bought a unfired/used GBL.....today, going for about 2-3x what I paid! Wish I had a dozen! memtb


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Re: Marlin 1895 SBL [Re: PennDog] #15537940 12/17/20
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So, are the blackened stainless ones spendy too? I got this for some 9mm ammo.

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I like the look of that stock!


Dang wish I had some that OLD cheap 9mm for "tradin goods".


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Re: Marlin 1895 SBL [Re: LouisB] #15538665 12/17/20
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Originally Posted by LouisB
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I like the look of that stock!


Dang wish I had some that OLD cheap 9mm for "tradin goods".


Well, 2k of 9mm that cost me about $400 with tax and shipping=that GBSL.

I guess I can't complain.

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Yeah, I should have bought one...would be my go-to huntin' barrel.


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Re: Marlin 1895 SBL [Re: SheriffJoe] #15540239 12/18/20
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Originally Posted by SheriffJoe



Yeah, I should have bought one...would be my go-to huntin' barrel.

If you can find one, the finish is amazing. It's stainless steel under the nitrided (?) finish. And it came with decent fiber optic sights that I'm told were stock for that model.

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Originally Posted by goalie
So, are the blackened stainless ones spendy too? I got this for some 9mm ammo.

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45/70 GBSL


Where did you make that trade at? I may have to do that lol


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Re: Marlin 1895 SBL [Re: remingtonman] #15664182 01/16/21
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Originally Posted by remingtonman
Originally Posted by goalie
So, are the blackened stainless ones spendy too? I got this for some 9mm ammo.

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45/70 GBSL


Where did you make that trade at? I may have to do that lol

It was a co-worker here in MN.

He didn't have any more 45/70 ammo, doesn't reload, and was really wanting 9mm. He proposed the trade, and I jumped all over it.

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I went to a local ffl by me to do a handgun transfer last week. He has a small gun shop out of his basement. Well on the rack was a brand new 1895sbl came home with me in box for $1099. First time I was ever there. Been back 2 times since buying and supporting him.

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Yea, they are insane. I don’t know why they became inflated so quickly except the fact that the demand curve must have shifted way up...sadly, before I pulled the trigger and bought one 😩

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Originally Posted by stang5021
I went to a local ffl by me to do a handgun transfer last week. He has a small gun shop out of his basement. Well on the rack was a brand new 1895sbl came home with me in box for $1099. First time I was ever there. Been back 2 times since buying and supporting him.


In MECHANICSBURG, PA?

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Original Marlins are next to priceless, older Remlin generation guns are bringing big bucks.

I wonder if whoever bought Marlin rights from Remington, will continue production of the 1895? Cost?

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Ruger bought Marlin. Slated to start producing guns now with sales in fall or winter. Rumored that first model will be a stainless 336 in 30-30.


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