The Marlin Model 5510 "The Original Super Goose" is a 10 GA, 34" barrel, bolt action shotgun. It has a 2 round magazine. I own two of them purchased in the 2007 and believe me, this is an enormous shotgun and kicks like a mule. Both of mine are in very good to excellent condition. The value is $350-$450. It is interesting that they are not particularly rare or expensive yet you won't find too many for sale. I watch web postings (gunbroker, auctionarms, gunsamerica, etc.) regularly and rarely are there more than 2-3 for sale. My biggest caution for a buyer is to make sure the magazine is in good condition. The 10 GA mags are very rare. If you don't want such a massive beast, consider the Marlin Model 55 in 12 GA. It is the baby brother of the Super goose, has a 36" barrel, is a little lighter and won't break your shoulder when you shoot it.
A "supergoose" is a Marlin 5510 10 guage shotgun. Made between 1976 and 1985.
100-10000 depending on EXACTLY what you have.
Shock Value - Twelve Gauge Valentine album - was created on 2006-10-03.
I have a 10 gauge spencer shotgun for sale ($2000.00) . Great shape. They are very rare. Tom 210 218 2834
Value runs from $10 to $200 depending on condition
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10-100000 USD depending on specifics
none of above mine is a 10 gauge with 3 1/2 inch chamber and in camo drilled and tapped for a scope
18 gauge is thinner than 10 gauge.
450 for the matte finish and 575-600 for the gloss
I would say $700-$1.000
Depending on EXACTLY what you have 100-10000 USD
to the right person about 1000 .
10-1000 USD and up depending on specifics
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