Marlin lever 30-30-good price?

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    Question Marlin lever 30-30-good price?

    I found a couple of Marlin lever action rifles in .30-.30 at my pawn shop.

    30AS? (I think) for $225 in pretty decent shape.
    336? w/ scope for $229, fair shape.

    Which Marlin would be the better gun?
    Prices good or bad?
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    Pretty good prices....I prefer the 336.
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    I also like the 336,and I think the price is right around what a used 30-30 goes for,you might check auctionarms or gunbroker to compare and see if that's a good deal
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    I like the 336, I have one in stainless...and...that's a fair price.
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    Okay, so follow up question...

    I have never bought from a pawn shop before.
    Can you haggle? Do they expect you to,
    or does it depend on the pawn shop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miklcolt45 View Post
    Okay, so follow up question...

    I have never bought from a pawn shop before.
    Can you haggle? Do they expect you to,
    or does it depend on the pawn shop?
    I would assume it HIGHLY depends on which pawn shop. Not only that but they guy your talking to..is he the owner or just some guy that works there? I suppose I'd feel them out before haggling any ;)

    Can't hurt to try though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by goawayfarm View Post
    Pretty good prices....I prefer the 336.
    Same here, I had a new 336, great gun...had to sell it though

    Go with the 336.
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    I just sold a Marlin 336 .30-30 in near-new shape for $330. I was surprised to get that much, as several used ones can be found for $50-100 less. Still, someone wanting a new-to-you safe queen would jump at this one. One did.

    I think the prices you listed sound good, assuming the guns are in good, serviceable shape.
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