This is a Marlin, Model 90, 12 gauge, O/U. In general, it’s overall appearance is pleasing to the eye. Serial number is: L2307, which means that this firearm was manufactured in 1954? This firearm has 30" barrels, boxlock with extractors, checkered pistol grip stock and forearm and the wood looks like walnut? Judge for yourself by looking at the pictures. Bore is clean with no evidence of pitting or scarring. Locks up tight. It is my opinion that this firearm is in better than average condition considering the age of it and it has the usual signs of having been used, but not abused. There is a hairline fracture on the forearm located at the lower left end closest to the muzzle and it is barely noticeable. The wood on the buttstock in the “bullseye” area is really nice wood--------grain stands out--------it might be gnarled walnut? I don’t know what the chokes are on this firearm or how you can tell----------if someone can advise me as to what they are, I’ll be glad to include them in the description. PPGS is 90%. NRA condition is: very good. The 2008 Standard Catalog of Firearms, 18th Edition, denotes a “Sleeper” symbol on this particular firearm. Approximately 34,000 were manufactured. Add this one to your collection or use it for hunting.
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