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Ive searched and searched, can someone tell me a little about these, their history, where they are made, quality, anything? Thanks
 

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They are made by Fausti Stefano SrL in Italy. Search around for Fausti, there's tons to read. The consensus seems to be that Faustis are good, solid, well made guns.

And the company owners are hotties... 8)
 

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Thanks which model of the Fausti's is the marlin akin to. Thanks again
That I have no idea, but I would wager it's close to their most basic ones.

If you look at Fausti's website, you will see a lot of very nice guns that no one is importing. Also, Fausti is a volume maker and they will make a gun to someone's spec if the order is large enough. I suspect the Marlin guns are specified that way.
 

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Is it possible to buy a gun in the US that is directly from Fausti? To the best of my knowledge its not. That would conflict with their contracts with Weatherby, Traditions, and Marlin. If they are avaliable someone speak up, they have some great looking guns on their site. www.faustistefanoarms.com
 

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A local dealer has a new Marlin/LC Smith O/U... it is huge, similar in profile to a Stoeger Condor. They have it priced at $1099.
 
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