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What would you pay for an almost NIB Marlin Camp Carbine in 9mm?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by .455_Hunter, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. .455_Hunter

    .455_Hunter Senior Member

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    I handled one at the LGS today, looked unfired. Seems like it would make a nice complement to my S&W 5904. I see that GB has them at rather elevated prices ($600-800???). I definitely prefer the look of the Marlin to the current High Point, Kel Tec and Beretta pistol caliber carbines. Thanks.
     
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  2. drsfmd

    drsfmd Member

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    I wouldn't buy one at any price... they are cool looking, but weren't very reliable.
     
  3. rhinoh

    rhinoh Senior Member

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    There are some inexpensive fixes for them. I have one and have had no reliability issues with it.
    Price? What would *I* pay for one, not much since I already have one:p
    Now if I stumbled across the .45 version- I'd be tempted to pay too much:)
     
  4. Welding Rod

    Welding Rod Senior Member

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    I wouldn't buy a 9, simple because it is a 9, but I would give about $400 for a used .45 CC.
     
  5. clang

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    I like that the Camp Carbine uses the S&W Mags, but the Ruger Police Carbine or PC9 was a better gun.
     
  6. LubeckTech

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    The going price for Camp Carbines is $350.00 (if you can find for that) and $450.00. They will go up in price with time.
     
  7. DammitBoy

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    viking499 Senior Member

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    Camp 9's aren't bad. Fun to play with.

    Makes a Great groundhog gun around the barn and haybales.

    Mine has been reliable other than having to replace a broken firing pin a few years ago.
     
  9. .455_Hunter

    .455_Hunter Senior Member

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    Thanks for the info!

    I picked it up for $450.
     

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