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#6097645 - 01/27/12 Marlin 39m value  
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Whats a marlin golden 39m in 98%condition worth? Thanks


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#6098387 - 01/27/12 Re: Marlin 39m value [Re: Nate40]  
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Depends on weather you are the buyer or the seller??


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#6101570 - 01/27/12 Re: Marlin 39m value [Re: buzardbait]  
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Considering selling it. I bought it to be a truckgun but its so nice i hardly will take it out of the safe so its a safequeen. Thinking bout selling wnted a value.


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#6101607 - 01/27/12 Re: Marlin 39m value [Re: Nate40]  
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Need more info, but it should be worth around $450. I paid under $500 for my rather more rare 1971 '39D.
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#6101742 - 01/27/12 Re: Marlin 39m value [Re: pal]  
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Go to some of the gun auction sites (gunsamerica,gunbrokers,etc) and see what they are asking for rifles similar to your rifle.It would be very difficult to value a gun with no more info then you have given the members here to go on and no pictures to boot.


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#6101813 - 01/27/12 Re: Marlin 39m value [Re: Nate40]  
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I guess i shouldve gave more info. Its marked marlin golden 39mon barrel. Theres nomarks on the stock the blueing is 99% if not 100%. Itsnot marked mountie but from what ive seen/looked up the only diffrence is inthe stocks. Thisone is more glossy instead of oild. Id post pics but am not smart enough could emailpics if thad helpout. Thanks


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#6184155 - 02/16/12 Re: Marlin 39m value [Re: Nate40]  
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Sounds like a 70s gun. Does it have a sqaured lever? If so, these had somewhat lighter barrels than the ones from the 50s and 60s. I would think it should bring $450-550.


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