Need help on the price of two guns

GRIT

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I found a 1973 marlin 336 35 rem unfired perfect condition never hunted with. And a 1986 Remington 700 adl 270 cal walnut stock perfect condition never fired. What would be a fair price to offer on them. Thanks
 

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That adl was the best version rem ever made. I have 2 from that era. Walnut stock, jeweled bolt and very food fit and finish. It would be worth 2x what a new one would be worth. Cheap plastic crap is what they turn out now
 

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If the Marlin is truly unfired, it’s probably in the $850-$1000 range.

$800 would have me digging in my pockets real quick for my $$
 

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If the Marlin is truly unfired, it’s probably in the $850-$1000 range.

$800 would have me digging in my pockets real quick for my $$
That's about what i was thinking on the Marlin. The Remington i was thinking 500 to 550. doe's that sound about right.
 

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I have a ‘74 336 in .35 Remington. It’s a very sought after gun especially the old JM stamped guns. I use mine every season. Bad medicine on a deer. I’ve had mine since I was 12, couldn’t put price on it. Get it if you can.
 

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I'd offer $500-$600 on the Remington. Not a ton of people looking for 270's right now so you might get it for a steal if it's truly in great shape and has a decent stock.
 

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