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what do you all think of the glenfield model 25?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by thedrewcifur, Aug 27, 2011.

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  1. thedrewcifur

    thedrewcifur Member

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    i am considering buying one from a buddy of mine.... want to kow if it's worth the $50. it's in really good shape. no mag.
     
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    Definitely worth $50. I paid $99 for mine in pretty crappy shape outside but worked great with a red dot and it was worth every cent. Mines plenty accurate for plinking and shooting critters up to about 75 yards. Mags cost about $15 new.
     
  3. thedrewcifur

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    ok, i will buy it. i think i will mount a scope on it....
     
  4. Mals9

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    Unless it has been used as a boat oar $50 is a steal.
     
  5. Hocka Louis

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    TOTALLY a bargain.
     
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    Edit; dumb post, I thought you were talking about the Glenfield Model 60. My apologies. Though I'll still have to say that I have two Marlin rifles and both are very well built. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
     
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  7. skoro

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    The 25 is really a low-cost Marlin. I've had one for 30 years and it still shoots well despite decades of maltreatment and minimal maintenenace.
     
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