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Old 12-09-2011, 10:46 PM   #1
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i just couldnt leave it on the shelf any longer.. now it sits in my shelf!

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Old 12-10-2011, 12:44 AM   #2
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Is it starting to feel a lot like Christmas?

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I'm also planning to add to the collection tomorrow.

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I like working overtime, too.

Let me say (again) I wish when people posted pictures of guns they would say what kind of gun they are. I am not one of those who can look at a gun and know what it is. I'm trying to learn and to put a 'name' on a gun helps me a lot.

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It looks like a Marlin 60 from here. It looks like it'll be a lot of fun to shoot that's for sure .

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Let me say (again) I wish when people posted pictures of guns they would say what kind of gun they are. I am not one of those who can look at a gun and know what it is. I'm trying to learn and to put a 'name' on a gun helps me a lot.
opps. new i forgot something. hehe.

marlin model 60, .22 cal semi auto with synthetic stock, instead of a magazine it has the tube you see under the barrel. it holds 14.
$194

i also ordered a nikon prostaff 3x9x40 last night should be here next week sometime. $149

after i put a few hundred rounds through it to see if it has enough accuracy i may change the stock to a boyds thumbhole stock. but not sure about that yet.
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got my scope in the mail today. woot woot. now if i can only find firing time

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That's a nice looking set up .

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congrats on your brand new marlin!!! it looks identical to a 795 without the mag. i got my 795 last year and its still goin good after aprox 4k rounds down range! i got extremely lucky though. brand new for 95.00 hehe on sale and manufature rebate )). you should check marlinarms.com and see if there is any sort of rebate.

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Clean it, lightly oil the guts, and use CCI or Blazer for the first 1000 rounds

Clean every action 200 rds or so...treat it like an AR15. A clean Marlin is a happy Marlin

Boyd's Riflestocks has some killer laminate stocks as well...
DIP has trigger/guard upgrades & more...

And I've got links to TONS of stuff, just ask for what you want/need

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Clean it, lightly oil the guts, and use CCI or Blazer for the first 1000 rounds

Clean every action 200 rds or so...treat it like an AR15. A clean Marlin is a happy Marlin

Boyd's Riflestocks has some killer laminate stocks as well...
DIP has trigger/guard upgrades & more...

And I've got links to TONS of stuff, just ask for what you want/need
cool. i actually made a post a couple days ago about boyds stocks but no one answered. lol. i was thinking the rvt thumbhole camo or nutmeg. should i try to do any sort of barrel break in ?
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