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Old 11-04-2011, 09:18 PM   #11
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If it's in good shape, and with the OEM rear sight (so many are missing!) and with the interest these rifles generate, I would say start at $200, more if the buyer is more of a 'collector' than a shooter. That rear sight alone can represent half the value of the gun!
These little rifles have walnut stocks too - another bonus.

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To be honest I have seen them listed between $200-$300. Is it tube fed or magazine fed?
Hi Grumpy.. it is tube fed.. I was thinking of taking it to a couple local gun shows.. but that can be hit or miss..
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If it's in good shape, and with the OEM rear sight (so many are missing!) and with the interest these rifles generate, I would say start at $200, more if the buyer is more of a 'collector' than a shooter. That rear sight alone can represent half the value of the gun!
These little rifles have walnut stocks too - another bonus.
It does have the original rear site.. so I guess that is a good thing!
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I bought a LNIB 1967 Model 99M1 and a LNIB Glenfield/Marlin Mod 60 w/scope, both had never been fired. I cleaned them up and put about 500 rounds thru both on their first trip to the range without a hicup. I got the box and the original paperwork for both guns. Seems the original owner died shortly after buying them and his wife never opened the safe until she was forced to dispose of her belongings to move into a retirement home last year.

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I managed to find one (after ordering on Numrich, ha). That's what I get for being impatient.

http://stevespages.com/ipb-marlin-99-75.html

Thread started for assembly help here: http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f33/marlin-99m1-action-assembly-help-31024/
Also, search for "Arrowdodger Model 60 dissassembly", its got step by step pics
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