It's really going to depend on condition. The .22 Mags have a lot of popularity in the south and Midwest, it appears, and I would have no trouble selling that gun in good (used) condition for $150.
Adding comment: Yeah, $150 to $200 is what they sell for here in the Atlanta, Georgia area. I bought mine (used) for $140 but it was missing the magazine. So I bought 3 extra mags for it, and a 4X scope, and rings, and a sling, and now I'm happy with this rifle and only spend about $200 on it.
between 45-100 dollars on today,s market.
What is the value of a Marlin Micro Groove Barrel MCD 336 Cal 30-30 WIN?"
$85 - $140 depending on condition. email@example.com
50-90 dollars depending on overall condition of your Marlin model 783.
50-300 USD or so
150$ to 250$ is my best guess
Depending on condition, $300-$450.
$350-400 in PERFECT shape.
100-400 USD depending on condition
The Marlin 1870 is valued at a price close to $600 to $700. The exact will price will depend upon the condition of the rifle.
The Marlin 99 was a low-priced utility rifle made only from 1959-1961 and it has not much collector value. Today they sell for under $100 and Micro groove is no longer used by Marlin because it wore out too quickly. It was used to lessen production time and cost.
New? Used? What year? what condition? Use your head before asking.
Between 300-350 dollars,on today,s Market.
250-375 dollars depending on overall condition of the rifle in question.
I have seen them sell for between 400-500 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.
Double check that model number, I believe it actually reads 336CS. The Marlin 336 in most of its variants is valued as a shooter, in the $150-$225 range. firstname.lastname@example.org
1880 marlin hex barrel
Exactly how is that barrel marked? email@example.com