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Old 12-23-2012, 05:18 AM   #11
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Yeah mostly they don't. Once you learn the difference they're easy to spot but more than one person has bought the wrong mag and sworn (at the rifle) that they were pieces of junk that would never work. Luckily that isn't the case.

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Old 12-25-2012, 04:30 AM   #12
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there not bad guns at all, butler creek even makes 25 round mags

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Old 12-28-2012, 06:43 PM   #13
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I just bought a 795 a couple weeks ago. I haven't seen the Butler Creek mags yet (and may never now thanks to the big O) I saw a review in YouTube from another companies 25 rd mags and they were awful. Cheap plastic, one fell apart when the guy took it out of the package. Best price I found on the 10 rd.ers was about $20. Anybody know of cheaper than that?

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Old 01-02-2013, 01:33 AM   #14
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Update....I got to shoot my new 795 over this Christmas holiday. No scope yet so I was just using iron sites at 25yds. Was pleased with the accuracy. I only had time for about 100 rnds. Was using an older brick of Rem. bullets and had a number of miss fires. I assume bad ammo.

Looking at scoped now. What are you all using on your 22?

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Old 01-02-2013, 01:42 AM   #15
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With the 795 trigger pull at 6.9 lbs. they had me send it to a Factory Authorized Repair Center under warranty if I wanted it back in less than at least 3 months. Then the Repair Center said Marlin, who changed the acceptable limits of trigger pull on all their guns, wouldn't reimburse them so they held my gun hostage for $65. They cut the trigger pull in half at least... Most expensive $105 gun I ever bought for $170.

When they're on sale for $99, if you don't care about using a lever and fulcrum to pull the POS trigger back, good luck.

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My trigger is nowhere near that bad HockaLouis. I suppose it's just the way of the world. Technology doesn't always work like it should. Mine isn't light by any means but it's no different than any Model 60 I've seen.

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I can tell you boys a really easy and really inexpensive way to fix them "pos" trigger pulls.

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I can tell you boys a really easy and really inexpensive way to fix them "pos" trigger pulls.
I have a couple of the pro-mag 25 round clips and besides the permanent crease in my thumb, I have never had any problems. I actually picked up my last one on the 22nd for $15 at the local Academy Sports .
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I can tell you boys a really easy and really inexpensive way to fix them "pos" trigger pulls.
Do we have to say please?
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Do we have to say please?
Pull the trigger return spring out and replace it w a good thick ink pen spring. Then take a ball off a dog tag chain amd put it in the hole on the bottom side of the sear then put the spring back in on top of it and reassemble it. Most people on here already knows that trick already. There's actually a thread/sticky on it.
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