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Old January 24th, 2017, 01:56 PM   #1
 
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Marlin Model 93 value??

Found a nice Marlin Model 93 made in 1933 has about a 20 inch barrel with a square bolt about 50-80 % bluing. Has the crescent metal butt plate looks like a nice rifle for the age. Asking price $950/obo . Don't know what it's worth but comments & suggestions welcomed thx!!!



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Takedown? I am no expert on these rifles but I've bid $2000 on one before so.... and lost. That counts for something. In ALL ORIGINAL, UNALTERED, even 60% but fully functional condition depending on the caliber I'd pay it. In a heartbeat. A 80+% condition .38-55 I lost on, it sold for $2250.


I want the .38-55 or MAYBE the .32-40 personally....

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But I will buy one. Oh I will, and it will be for my 21st birthday I've already decided. Instead of drinking I'm buying a 1893 Marlin in .38-55


If it's a .30-30 carbine, in good (untouched) shape... Yeah I'd buy it. That's what I'm guessing it is. No restoration tho.

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It's in nice shooting condition the way it is. All original looks like a carbine. It's worth more as is. I have a preference of Marlin vs a Winchester Model 94.
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