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WTS: Marlin Golden 39-A Mountie, Early ('58 or '59), Excellent!

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For sale is a beautiful Marlin 39-A Mountie (Takedown) .22 Caliber rifle.  This Mountie has an 'S' serial number (S23864) and was manufactured in either late 1958 or early 1959.  It is in truly remarkable condition for its age.  It appears to be all original with a 20" barrel, an excellent bore, and the signature golden trigger and bullseye.  The wood is excellent, with only very minor dings, no chips, cracks or other issues.  The metal is very, very nice with only minor nicks and scratches.  The screw heads are excellent and look untouched.  This was my squirrel, rabbit and plinking rifle when I was a teen, and the rifle with which I taught my sons to shoot.  I will miss this one, but its time for someone else to enjoy it.  You would have to look long and hard to find a nicer one.  $995 shipped to your FFL.

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I have one, they are a wonderful Rifle. It was Manufactured the same time period ,

Does yours have the Scope ?

They came with a scope that said Marlin.

I have been looking for a scope for mine, for a few years now no luck.

 

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Hey Bailey Creek.  I bought this in the early 1970's from a neighbor.  No box, no scope.  I wasn't aware that a scope even came with this rifle when new.  I also had a Winchester 94-22, which had a scope.  I actually preferred the Mountie.  I agree that they are a fantastic lever .22 Cal.

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I have a marlin scope and it says marlin on it.  I haven't looked at it for a while.  I came off my Dads marlin 336.  If interested let me know.  Bullett 19707

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That’s a beautiful rifle.  Haven’t seen one in that condition!

 I have one with serial S7247 which has a Marlin rail and a Weaver “Tip-Off” mount with a 2x Weaver scope. Mine is not in near the condition of yours.  The rifle came off a boat in the Florida Keys with some rust and also termite holes in the stock. I refinished the stock and reblued the entire rifle.  It’s a wonderful shooter and gets a lot of looks at the range.  
Best of luck with your sale.  Someone will be very pleased.

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Thanks Capt'n Rudy.  Termite holes in the stock- that's something I haven't seen!

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$50 price reduction.  I'm going to let it ride here for the weekend and then list it on GunBroker Sunday evening.

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It's now listed on Gunbroker, but I am going to leave it up here at the reduced price.  

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BTT- just reduced by $35.

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