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What is the value of a Marlin with 40 inch barrel?

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2012-11-14 21:43:30
2012-11-14 21:43:30

not much. too long to hunt efficiently. An average shotgun with hoke is the same pattern or better. Probably $120-$150 if you like Marlin

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