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Answered 2011-01-28 15:39:12

your model 1898 marlin shotgun was made from 1898-1905 with a total production of 67,000 guns.I would assume that with that serial number it was made in 1898 or 1899.

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can't be answered without the serial number.


The Marlin firearms company produced pump action shotguns from 1898(the Marlin model 1898)all the way up to 1985(The model 120 Magnum shotgun).during that time span Marlin made 17 different model pump action shotguns.


it is a 410 ga pump shotgun


The Marlin model 24 shotgun was produced by Marlin from 1908-1915.


Marlin's first shotgun was a pump action, made in 1898. Marlin never made a double barrel shotgun in their entire history. However, Marlin did own the LC Smith shotgun company after it went bankrupt in 1945. That made them technically a "Marlin" product. If your gun is a 1800's double barrel, it is not a Marlin. Marlin did make the Model 90 over/under, but it was not in the 1800's. Please list ALL markings on the shotgun so we can properly identify it.


Between 140-200 dollars,depending on the overall condition of your shotgun,and a decent bore.


No, The 778 is a pump style shotgun with a tube style magizine.


You have a Marlin model 1896 slide action shotgun, however, it is a Blackpowder shotgun and you will need brass hulls.


Depends on the model, and condition. Model number should be under the receiver, or on the top tang, unless it is a model 1898, which had no markings to indicate model.


To determine exact value of a 1904 Marlin 12 gauge pump shotgun, you would actually have to take a number of factors into consideration. The main thing to consider would be the condition of the shotgun.


The Marlin model 24 pump action shotgun was produced by Marlin firearms company from 1908-1915.


Look up the Marlin shotgun with the same model number.


The marlin model 28 hammerless shotgun was produced from 1913-1922.


Anywhere from 200 to 500 depending on condition


If your pump 12 ga. has an exposed hammer, it's most likely a model 1898, as all later models of exposed hammer Marlin shotguns had the model marked on the upper tang behind the trigger. If it is not an exposed hammer, then the model designation is on the bottom, where the receiver meets the mag tube.


If it shoots, $75-$450 depending on condition.



What do you want to know? I have an 1889 12ga. pump marlin, I would like to know how to remove the foregrip,to clean and possibly work over. Also if you might have some litriture about this shotgun you could e-mail to me,or if you had a ph. no. I could call and talk with you about this. thanks in advance Joe


Marlin Model 49 Exposed Hammer Pump Shotgun, 3000 made 1925-1928 for stock purchasers only, 12 gauge 2 3/4" with 30" barrel, 4 round magazine


You would need to include the model of marlin shotgun you have and a detailed description of the shotguns overall condition to get a correct answer to your question.


The Model 49 was a variant of the basic Marlin pump shotgun produced on the 1889 patents. The Model 49 was made in the late 1920's and was primarily an incentive gift for stock purchasers. Due to several different potential problems with the action, Marlin advised owners of these guns not to shoot them.


In referrence to the question concerning the model 120 pump shot gun having 8 rounds, My husband recently bought a Marlin model 120 pump shotgun. He said that it does have 8 rounds.



It is almost impossible to determine what a model number is based only on the serial number.




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