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Prices have been crazy for a while now and I don’t see them going anywhere but up. Have you looked at the prices of the new Ruger made Marlins ?

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Originally Posted by shawlerbrook
Prices have been crazy for a while now and I don’t see them going anywhere but up. Have you looked at the prices of the new Ruger made Marlins ?

And they can't build them fast enough. Most are selling for above MSRP, that's why I don't own one. When the price comes down to reality, I just might pick one up.

For now, I have a very good shooting JM that has taken its fair share of pigs, bear and whitetail.

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Originally Posted by shawlerbrook
Prices have been crazy for a while now and I don’t see them going anywhere but up. Have you looked at the prices of the new Ruger made Marlins ?

My lgs just put got a one of the new 1894 44mags, sticker is under 1k.

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Last year at the Tulsa show there were many 336’s for sale. Most were priced at $1,200, some at $1,400 and I found a couple just under $1,000.
I’ll be going again this year. At those prices my JM 35 Remington is for sale.


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Local store got a Ruglin 1894 .357 Magnum in a few days ago, they're advertising it on an Idaho classified site at $999. With state 6% tax that's $1,059 out the door. I figured it would be gone that day but it's still there.

Couple of new 1894 .357's just sold on gunbroker for $971 fixed price and $985 auction price, so add $30-40 shipping, tax and FFL fee to those prices.

Sportsman's Warehouse and another local chain are asking around $1099 for those but they haven't received any in stock yet. That's still expensive but it's better than the MSRP + premium that a lot of dealers were and still are asking.

Very tempted to go look at that one for $999 but it's on the other side of the county, it's very cold right now and we have a lot of snow on the ground, so it's easier and warmer to web surf... wink


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Picked up a 336 30-30 Yard sale 450.00. 75% good. A good day for me.

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I paid $525 for my Remlin 30/30 in 2019 brand new.
Had, reviewed and used wheelbarrow loads of JM rifle's from the straight grip .45/70 in '71 to the Cowboy version in the '00's and the Remlin is as good as the very best and better than the rest over that period of time.

The only example I ever yearned for was an octagon barreled full lengrh magazine version from back in those early 70 days. Never seen one since.


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Agree prices are weird. My JM Davidson's LTD Edition Stainless 45-70 sold at my LGS for over $2300 last year. Could not believe it went for so much.

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Lever guns are IN right now. Even used stuff is going for unreal prices around here.

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Originally Posted by AussieGunWriter
I paid $525 for my Remlin 30/30 in 2019 brand new.
Had, reviewed and used wheelbarrow loads of JM rifle's from the straight grip .45/70 in '71 to the Cowboy version in the '00's and the Remlin is as good as the very best and better than the rest over that period of time.

The only example I ever yearned for was an octagon barreled full lengrh magazine version from back in those early 70 days. Never seen one since.



00's superior rifling - octogons.

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Originally Posted by Angus1895
In an auction it generally takes two.


What’s a 336 D?

Sounds like savage 99 lingo?


A 336 D is the guide gun with straight grip and porting in .35 Remington. They didn’t make too many but to me it is the absolute perfect Guide Gun configuration


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