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Howdy,

a friend at work has a 336 in 35 Rem that is a pre-cross bolt safety model, 20 inch carbine, average wood, small rust spots on the barrel. He claims to have shot several boxes of ammo through it. Wood has a few handling markes, and the action feels as if it is brand new, very tight.

His Dad paid $250 for it 6 years ago, and he'd like to get that for it now.

Is he in the ballpark on price for this gun? I don't know the exact model (M,W,SC, etc.) I am going to pick up some ammo and test it out over the Christmas break.

Thanks, Jimmy
 

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That would be a bit high for my area. I have seen ones without any rust for $200-$225. However, each region is different. I suspect there may be a higher demand for 35 Rem. in your area. IDShooter
 

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Jimmy,

I just bought a 35 Rem. Marlin at a gunshow about 5 months ago for $175. It is pre-safety (1965 production) and has no rust. The stock is not dinged but it does have a slightly duller than normal finish; I think mostly from age and exposure to sun. Overall I am quite pleased with it!

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