When did marlin stop making shotguns?


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2013-02-11 14:22:56
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The last Marlin made shotgun was the Model 512 slugmaster,which was made from 1999-2001. After that Marlin made no more shotguns.

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This cannot be answered without you providing a detailed description of the shotguns overall condition,and the model of Marlin shotgun that you have.

Unsure of your meaning of "break away shotgun". If you mean breakdown shotguns like double barrels they continue to make several different models.

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