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#4785 Marlin 1881 OBFMCB Sporting Rifle, DSTs

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#4785 Marlin 1881 OBFMCB Sporting Rifle with doubleset triggers, tight smooth action, 40/60M caliber and easily a 6-7 bore that just has the usual light pitting and lead build-up but still looking very shootable. Serial numbered in the 12XXX range (circa 1887), VG metal and markings. Standard open sights with the little elevator piece missing from the buckhorn reat barrel sight. The wood is decent except for the forearm having a nasty sliver on the top left front rail edge and just average bumps and dings elsewhere. These impressive large framed ’81-Marlins were very popular and well built rifles. They were Marlin Firearms first venture into the lever action repeater market and the main reason that Winchester was forced to rush production of the Model 1886 and to drop the ’76-Winchester. VG as described. $1995
















Price: $1,995.00


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01/01/2018 (in 13 days)

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11/23/2017

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