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sounds like the diaphragm in the horn is worn/dried out. check to see if you have battery voltage to the horn with either a test light or voltmeter and the horn has a good ground as if not then the horn won`t operate correctly. if these are good replace horn.
it's sounds that the horn is bad to check to see if horn is bad is to a get voltage meter then take the wire off horn then put red lead in the plug then to body of car then go push the horn , make should put meter where you can se it. If you don't have a meter you can take a wire from the horn where you pulled off the plug if horn don't sound it's the horn
if it was a fuse problem the horn wouldn`t make a noise.it sounds like the horn contacts that touch when you push on the button are not making proper contact each time.if you remove the horn button and look at the contact spots you may see the problem(uneven contact surfaces).if you move/bend the contact surfaces closer to each other of straighten this may help the problem.you may even have a horn that needs to be replaced as you said when it does work it stutters and not blow.the diaphragm in the horn can dry out and not vibrate like it should.try tapping on the horn when someone tries to blow the horn if it stops or gets louder then the diaphragm is no good.you could also check the connection at the horn itself it may have a bad connection due to corrosion and just need cleaning.
It's possible that the horn exit passage is plugged with debris, but these things are usually a sealed unit which must be replaced. There should be two horns that blow together located one on each side of the radiator--if one is dead, the sound is greatly reduced. Some horns have an adjustment screw that will optimize the sound level. Hope this helps!