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336 values #16488728 10/01/21
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A buddy of mine just bought 12 old levers from an older gent not long for the world. Several are 30’s and 336’s. What’s a fair price for used but not abused old Marlins?

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Re: 336 values [Re: Benbo] #16489028 10/01/21
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JM stamped 336 Marlins are pretty desirable right now from what I have seen, especially pre 1983 without the crossbolt safety.

Also from what I've seen 336's in .35 Remington go for a good bit more than 30-30's, about $200 more.

I have 2 336's in .35 Remington, 1960 vintage and 1980 vintage, both in very good condition, and if I had to sell them, there is no way I'd take less than $800 for either of them.

Additionally, I had a 3rd 336, also in .35 Remington, 1972 vintage also in very good condition which I gave to Qtips nephew. When his nephew told a co worker what he had the co worker offered him $750 for the gun sight unseen.


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Re: 336 values [Re: Benbo] #16492887 10/03/21
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While values are up, it seems that the market is stagnant,
I had a Marlin 336SC in 35 Rem posted for the $750 that I paid for it last year and it didn't sell.

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I don't see any selling. They all want $600 plus

Re: 336 values [Re: Benbo] #16511345 10/09/21
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Just followed a mint JM 336 in 35 Remington that got snatched at the $799 buy it now price.

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Re: 336 values [Re: Benbo] #16511621 10/09/21
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336 JM and pre lock in 30-30 I would say 800, 35 rem $1000, old, Texan, etc more.

Problem here is I never see them for sale so when you see one you pretty much have to pay or not have one.

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Very seldom see the nice older ones for sale. So prices you see are for people who really really really want them.

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I have a 1967 Model 336 in near mint condition that I might sell. What is the going price on this rifle. It is chambered in .35 remington.

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depends on where you are selling it and to whom you are selling. online gunbroker, etc, who knows. probably $600+. around here i see them on the LGS racks for under 500 usually so if you sold it to them, it would bring 250-300. prices are all over the place. models are different as well. A, SC, RC, CS, etc. i would think if you were selling a mint 336 RC in 35 you should be able to find someone to give you 600 bucks for it. probably more online.


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Re: 336 values [Re: Benbo] #16524030 10/13/21
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Didn't pay more than $450 for any of the Marlin 336SC's or A's that I have . . . . Most expensive one, at $450, was a 336A in 32 Spec.

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