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Old 05-07-2012, 06:26 PM   #1
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I have a marlin 25n laminated stock and a gold ducks unlimited cap on the side of the stock....i would say it classify as excellent condition it is flawless looks brand new ....what would be its estimated value?

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Old 05-07-2012, 06:27 PM   #2
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Pics please.

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Assuming the value drops because its not the original walnut stock.
$100 in perfect condition

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It's the original stock it came that way I will post pics in a little bit

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Here is a picture of the stock and the ducks unlimited stock

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Very nice.

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I would say $80-$100. I paid $80 for mine , great condition, all original, and two magazines. How many magazines come with it?

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I would say $80-$100. I paid $80 for mine , great condition, all original, and two magazines. How many magazines come with it?
Just one....I didn't know the stock would make it worth more......its a sweet shooter though
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Marlin did several different Ducks Unlimited models. They are nice rifles, NOT instant collectables, but nicely done. Around $200-$225 for Excellent condition. Box, book, accessories a plus.

That IS the original stock as it came from Marlin. Limited production time, fairly high number of guns made.

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Marlin did several different Ducks Unlimited models. They are nice rifles, NOT instant collectables, but nicely done. Around $200-$225 for Excellent condition. Box, book, accessories a plus.

That IS the original stock as it came from Marlin. Limited production time, fairly high number of guns made.
Thanks for the info c3
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