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  I'm thinning the herd a little bit of stuff I dont shoot, and figured I'd offer this up on here before it goes to gunbroker. It's a Marlin 39 century limited from 1970. I got it from the guy that bought it new and he said It is unfired. Its in the box and also has the outer box with all the pictures on it as well. Last time I looked the bottom brass screw was not in the rear stock plate. It could be in the box but don't count on it. I'll look when I get home and add pictures. I haven't looked for a replacement. I'm sure they're out there. I'd do some trading on it for something I'd shoot. I like and collect smith and wesson revolvers, and SHORT barrel vaqueros. ASKING 1500 but rather trade. I can add or take money to boot. Shipping is what it is and will include insurance to cover the rifle. 

As always, you can call or text me at 615-653-0291

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1 minute ago, Tennessee williams said:

Yep, ffl to ffl. I like them all. Whatcha got? Call or pm me

Not going to dig tonight.  Got a spare K22, for sure.  Have to do triage on the other stuff.  Mañana!

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I bet no one noticed that S&W .17 HMR sitting on the table.

 

Nice .22 Marlin.  Those are rarely seen and even more rare available on the market.

 

..........Widder

 

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That is a fine looking lever gun.  I have the one my dad bought new in 72 and it has digested thousands of rounds.  Someone should buy or trade for it, these do  not come along very often.

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