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Old 05-20-2020, 7:53 PM
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MARLIN MODEL 39A
Lot # 355

A14272
Make: Marlin
Model: 39A
Caliber: 22
Barrel Length: 24in
Condition: Very Good
Serial #: 21252721
Low Estimate: 300.00
High Estimate: 500.00

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Yes please.

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A very good model 39A for $500 or less? That's a deal. A fantastic rifle.
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Gunslinger Auction
May 20, 2020

MARLIN MODEL 39A
Lot # 355

A14272
Make: Marlin
Model: 39A
Caliber: 22
Barrel Length: 24in
Condition: Very Good
Serial #: 21252721
Low Estimate: 300.00
High Estimate: 500.00
Did you see the list that Bob posted up yesterday ?

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Marlin JM Marked Model 39A .22 LR 24", 1952
Price $625.00 Item #:866737087


Marlin JM Marked Model 39A .22 LR 24" Blue, 1952
Price $600.00 Item #:866738789


Winchester Model 9422 94-22, 1976
Price $881.00 Item #:866628055
It makes me all warm inside to see the prices of the 94/22 going up so high. It took me for ever to get mine. The 39 is on my short list for sure..
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damn it their website sucks!

I just wanted to see pictures so I might guess what the 2 I own are worth...
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Gunslinger Auction
May 20, 2020

MARLIN MODEL 39A
Lot # 355

A14272
Make: Marlin
Model: 39A
Caliber: 22
Barrel Length: 24in
Condition: Very Good
Serial #: 21252721
Low Estimate: 300.00
High Estimate: 500.00
Wow! That 39A has got to be gone by now! That's a hell of a good price. Chris, did you snag it?

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No I have not. Think I can buy it from Gunslinger's before the auction date?

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I have a 39a, probably the smoothest lever action Iíve ever felt. The way you break it down is strange. I didnít believe what I was reading until I saw a video on it.
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damn it their website sucks!

I just wanted to see pictures so I might guess what the 2 I own are worth...
Here are the two that sold at LSB in Simi recently. BUt, as someone (unnamed for now) pointed out to me, they are pistol grip stocks.

If you scroll down to the description, you'll see a link for high-def photos.

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/866737087

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/866738789
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Here are the two that sold at LSB in Simi recently. BUt, as someone (unnamed for now) pointed out to me, they are pistol grip stocks.

If you scroll down to the description, you'll see a link for high-def photos.

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/866737087

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/866738789

technically yes, they are pistol grip stocks but it doesn't matter on a rimfire leveraction... or something like that.

I actually have both - a 1952 mountie with the straight stock & a 1960 standard with the "pistol grip"
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technically yes, they are pistol grip stocks but it doesn't matter on a rimfire leveraction... or something like that.

For the purposes of old-school, wood-stocked centerfire rifles, the term "pistol grip" means a whole 'nuther ball-O-wax than it does when referring to modern sporting rifles/AR-pattern black rifles...

The first way I heard it was when differentiating between a straight-stocked lever carbine and one with a curved stock, the curved-stock lever carbine or rifle stock was said to have a "palm swell".

Which came first? the straight stock? or the palm-swell stock? on 18th or 19th century rifles and carbines? I don't think anyone really knows.
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Mine is the "pistol grip" type stock. 1957 manuf.

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Gunslinger May 30th auction website.

https://www.proxibid.com/Gunslinger-...catalog/178139
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Gunslinger May 30th auction website.

https://www.proxibid.com/Gunslinger-...catalog/178139
Wow, there is a spectacular Winchester 1886, made in 1889 (Lot # 31) on page 2.

I'm going to stop looking now, this site is unhealthy for my bank account.

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Duece, is paying a 20% fee normal for this auction?
I always thought the seller paid any fees...
They have some nice 22cal pump action guns. I'v always wanted a gallery gun
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Duece, is paying a 20% fee normal for this auction?
I always thought the seller paid any fees...
They have some nice 22cal pump action guns. I'v always wanted a gallery gun
Heh-heh! Henry makes 'em. .22 s/l/lr and a .22 mag. How's that for enabling!?

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Duece, is paying a 20% fee normal for this auction?
I always thought the seller paid any fees...
They have some nice 22cal pump action guns. I'v always wanted a gallery gun
My gut feel for this is that the seller pays either way. Take a gun worth $1000.
If the seller pays the fee, the buyer might bid $1000.
If the buyer pays the fee, the SMART buyer might only bid $833 (833 x 1.2 is approx 1000).

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Heh-heh! Henry makes 'em. .22 s/l/lr and a .22 mag. How's that for enabling!?

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Why you dirty rotten son of a gun #@%*?!
How dare you let me know about those Henry's.
I was very happy not knowing they made 'em.
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Ha! And you thought you were the only enabler? I'm a born again master at this.
Those Henry pumps look mighty nice!

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Ha! And you thought you were the only enabler? I'm a born again master at this.
Those Henry pumps look mighty nice!

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No I have not. Think I can buy it from Gunslinger's before the auction date?

Yes - the crooks sold an M1-C sniper rifle to one of their friends before the auction. For less than I was willing to pay. Seller was not happy when he heard.
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I bet you drive a sleeper hot rod too.
Bondo'd up Vega with a V-8.
You've seen it!? Dang! Bondo needs work tho.

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Golf,
I attended the auction is person and paid 15% as I recall. The extra 5% is probably to cover website costs.

Many guns can be bought new for about the same cost as the final auction price. It is those special guns that make this worth while to me. Also, the best gun show I have seen. Would attend for the entertainment were it not for the virus. You can handle every gun in the show.
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Yes - the crooks sold an M1-C sniper rifle to one of their friends before the auction. For less than I was willing to pay. Seller was not happy when he heard.

My Q was tongue-in-cheek so Deuce might correct his originally-posted date...

I want a '50s 39A badly but I do not want to be involved in any shenanigans. Thanks.


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My buddy across the way has one of those Henry pump .22s. He really likes it and it shoots very well.
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Henry 22 Magnum is an impressive beast. That cartridge really surprised me. These videos say it all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKO0oCb9XXU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDaz4p4jd9w

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I have a lot of .22 Mag ammo and these days only one firearm chambered for it (Ruger Single Six). Had a Henry lever H001M that did not group .22 Mag very well at all. I sold it and rolled the dough into my first Blackhawk, which was not a bad decision.

If I were to buy another Henry, it'd be that .22 Mag pump w/ the octagonal barrel. Yes, sir!

I literally laughed out loud at that video's comments when someone posted,

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Correction! I have TWO handguns chambered in .22 Magnum; the Single Six I mentioned -and- a nifty little piece that's probably the brainchild of Bill Jordan (he wrote about such a piece in his 1960's book "No Second Place Winner"), a S&W Model 351 PD/personal defense. 7 rounds of .22 Mag in a double-action snub nose made mostly of aluminum alloy and weighing 10.8 ounces! unloaded.

I don't always think of it these days since my mind is wrapped up in lever carbines and single-action whirlenpoppers...


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