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Price on Marlin L.C. Smith .410 NIB

PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 9:19 pm
by TEXVETNAM67-68
Thinking of selling my Marlin - L.C. Smith SxS .410 which is unfired and new in box. Checked GunBroker.com but could not find one for sale there to get an estimate on value.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:15 pm
by tigwelder56
HeyTex, it's good to meet up again! I'm looking at some info on the LC Smith/Marlins, what's your date of manufacture? It's valuable any way you look at it.

PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:33 pm
by TEXVETNAM67-68
Great hearing from you Tig! I don't come here much since you quit, as you can tell from the timelyness of this post.



The L.C. Smith is the new one by Marlin. I bought it last year NIB and it remains unfired and factory new in the box. I had one local yokel gunsmith say it is worth $2000, but I can't find a price anywhere.

I take it out (as I do all my firearms) every other month and wipe them down with a sliicon cloth. Texas is wicked when it comes to unattended firearms.

I have a friend who got into a little ATF misunderstanding a few years ago, (he was innocent but couldn't prove it, when you deal with them you are not innocent until proven guilty, you are guilty until proven innocent.) and he took all of his collection and stored it in a Van. Yes you guessed it, the van leaked and he lost $40,000 in winchester and Colt commemoratives. 7 years of rusting made you want to puke.



I have since decided to keep the little beauty, so a price is not really needed. It sure is pretty !!!!



Take care Tig, and say hello to Mig !

PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2011 1:19 am
by tigwelder56
TEX!! You're killing me man, ha, ha! Seriously, you've piqued my curiosity! Do you have any additional info about this? I'm looking at some big numbers here, maybe one of them is yours!!! Thanks for your input!



Tig

PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 3:38 am
by TEXVETNAM67-68
Tig,

I sent you an email with more info

PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 3:58 pm
by tigwelder56
I got it Brother! That's a nice looking shotgun! I really like the wood, checkering and metal fit. Sweeeeeeet!!!!!!!!!!!!! My Bluebook lists the MSR @ $1484 and NRA 100% @ $1250.

Re: Price on Marlin L.C. Smith .410 NIB

PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 3:39 am
by abaddon1234
Great hearing from you Tig!
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