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Old 07-07-2010, 12:07 AM   #1
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Going to buy a marlin 56 old model the gentleman say's show's little use blueing about 95%. he is asking $125.00 I don't know much about these guns what do you experts think?
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Old 07-07-2010, 11:04 AM   #2
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Good price, nice rifle. Not a OHMIGODYOUMUSTBEKIDDINGHERE'STHE MONEYIGOTTAGOBEFOREYOUCHANGEYOURMIND price, but a good one. Really short lever throw on those.
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For $125, it'd be at my house already.

Of course, at that price, I'd look for a problem or two...like a weak magazine spring...or the ejector wire needs adjustment...but heck, $10 fix or less
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For $125, it'd be at my house already.

Of course, at that price, I'd look for a problem or two...like a weak magazine spring...or the ejector wire needs adjustment...but heck, $10 fix or less
picking it up tomorrow, will post pics. he says it operates and shoots fine.
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Great rifle, I had one in high school.

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