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1947 Marlin 39A .22 caliber lever-action with era scope. Free brick of new 22LR ammo.

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by CascadeSam, Apr 25, 2013.

  1. CascadeSam

    CascadeSam Portland Oregon Active Member

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    CLOSING THREAD DOWN FOR NOW. GUN NOT YET SOLD.

    Way above average condition for a gun of its age. Mechanically, the internal parts are very good and there are still sharp angles to the steel. The bore is clean and shiny. Magazine tube holds 22LR/long/short rounds. The gun features a 24 inch barrel, easy take-down of the gun into two sections, and a vintage Weaver G4 era scope. There are the minor basic scratches and wear on the metal, a few small nicks in the wood, and someone in the past bunged up a few screws. Firearm consultant and author Randy Wakeman writing for the ChuckHawks gun review site wrote: "The Marlin 39A remains my favorite lever action rifle of any type and one of the finest .22's made". The American Gunsmith Marlin 39A Technical Manual on DVD is included.

    Free brick of new .22LR ammo 525 rounds included with gun.

    Oregon residents only. Bill of sale for my records only. Meet up in SE Portland. $675 or best realistic cash offer.

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  2. funtukywindage

    funtukywindage sherwood, OR Member

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    Cost on it new is $511, and MSRP is $702. This is used with marred screw heads.
    My offer is $275
     
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  3. titsonritz

    titsonritz has left the building. Well-Known Member

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    Really? Where do you find a new 1947 Marlin 39A?
     
  4. CascadeSam

    CascadeSam Portland Oregon Active Member

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    If a member of this site politely sends me a PM and makes me an offer in the $500s range, with or without the brick of 22LR offered, I will respectfully consider it. My ad does state “ or best realistic cash offer”. Most of the Marlin 39As for sale nationwide on Armslist, in various condition, are selling from about $500-800 and none include a currently hard to find brick of 22LR ammo. This is not a political thread. This is my classified thread selling a gun that is my property. Your public comment is negative and disrespectful, and your price offer absurd and sarcastic.

    Community Rules

    14. Follow these specific classified rules.
    No threadcrapping

    If you dislike like something about the ad, ignore it.

    9. If you have a question regarding what you should buy, the value of the item, etc. you should post the question in the appropriate section, not within an ad in the classified section.
     
  5. CascadeSam

    CascadeSam Portland Oregon Active Member

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    Thank you for your comment in reply to funtukywindage. I did write in my ad that I’m open to any realistic cash offer. The $675 is a starting point and can be negotiated down and even lower if I don’t have to include the 22LR ammo that has a good value on its own. Two weeks ago, I posted an ad online elsewhere than NWF and quickly sold (lower than my initial asking price) a Ruger SP101 in .357 Magnum with the four inch barrel. I specifically decided not to post the SP101 ad on this site for obvious reasons.
     
  6. lucky guy

    lucky guy Sisters Active Member

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    Bottom feeder comment, not even worth a response from the seller other than the ignore button.
     
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  7. CascadeSam

    CascadeSam Portland Oregon Active Member

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    THREAD CLOSED.
     
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