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mls204
02-27-2012, 8:50 PM
Sorry if this is not the appropriate place to ask, but I've been kicking around the idea of selling mine and have no idea what to price it at. My only reference is what I paid for it, but I will keep that info to myself to save from the potential embarrassment of overpaying.

Thanks

Longbow
02-27-2012, 9:36 PM
Depending on condition and modifications, I see them low at $500.00 and high at $800.00. It's a good, solid rifle, and a lot of shooters will thank you for selling it!

Cheers,
Longbow

glockman19
02-27-2012, 10:31 PM
The Marlin 1894 in .357 is a coveted rifle and commands a higher price than those more readily available...

It took me years but to get my 1894C Stainless...

Whatever the price someone will be the happy recipient of your sale.

Good Luck

LikeAllGuns
02-27-2012, 10:54 PM
Keep it that is a great rifle... You will kick yourself for selling it for years to come...

The .357 lever is hot right now so if you do sell it raise the price super high to see who pays for it. :gnorsi:

mls204
02-28-2012, 11:07 AM
Thanks for the above replies. I'd also like to add that it has the octagon barrel if that makes any difference.

LikeAllGuns
02-28-2012, 11:15 AM
Thanks for the above replies. I'd also like to add that it has the octagon barrel if that makes any difference.

Oh my octagon I want it sell it to me.. hehe

Really keep it that is one GREAT gun...

mls204
02-28-2012, 12:52 PM
Why are they do popular? Did they stop making them? The reason I am considering selling it is because I don't get the chance to shoot it that often, and I was thinking of funding some future toys. However, I'm surprised of what you guys are saying and would just like to understand a little better.

I really appreciate your comments and help.