I haven't seen a .375 for sale around here in years.....I really don't know what they are bringing.........the typical marlin 30.30 or .35 remington in very good condition will bring $285 to $325....My feeling is that it's quite a bit more than I'd want to pay.......You might start at $500 but be prepared to move down if you really want to sell it..........I'd really like to find a good .375.......to keep my other lever action Marlins company............please let us know when you sell it, as I'd be curious to know what the rifle brings........
"Way high if I were a potential buyer. Even new Marlins don't sell for that much around here. I've not paid over $250 for a used one yet and doubt I will."
GB, If you ever see a decent .375 for $250 grab it and send me the rifle and a bill!!! I'll even throw in extra for your trouble. Been looking for one I can afford for a while. Guess I'll have to make a trip down South
I wouldn't bother coming south to look for one. I live in Southwest Mississippi and I've had to go elsewhere to find one. While I did not pay $500 for a used one, I did pay significantly more than I really thought one was worth to get a good used one. Just not a lot of them around and even the ever present Marlin 30-30 lever gun is going for more than $250 around here...if it's in decent shape, anyway.
I guess if you just stumbled across someone with a clean Marlin 375 for sale who was in a rush to sell it you might get it for under $400, but you'd have to get really lucky or live in an area where they sold a lot of them so that there were a number of good used ones for sale to help keep the price in line.
Anyway, that's my experience in looking for one for the past 6 months for what that's worth.
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