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Beataru 11-05-2010 11:19 PM

Marlin 795 Magazines Question
 
So, Ive been searching around on Google, Here, and asking questions at Sportsmans warehouse when I was there, and I cant seem to find anyone that makes high capacity mags.

It was a HS graduation gift from my bro, since my dads dinosaur 22 will either shoot when you cycle the bolt, or pepper your forehead with power, and I really like the Marlin alot, its a cool little gun for the price. But im almost wishing I got a 10-22 after seeing what you can do to those, its great! But im not giving up yet, Ill see what you champion plinkers have to say.
But dont tell me to get a 10-22, because Ill never get around to it. :D

tac 11-06-2010 03:15 AM

Marlin Magazines
 
Try this web sight they might have what your looking for
Google Image Result for http://image.sportsmansguide.com/dimage/125634m2_ts.JPG?cell=300,300&cvt=jpeg



Hope this helps.
TAC.

Beataru 11-06-2010 07:19 AM

Ok, thanks for the reply, This says a 989, im dont know much about these things. even though this says its for a 989, it should slap right in to my 795?

Bigdog57 11-06-2010 03:32 PM

"This high-capacity 15-rd. Mag fits Marlin® models: 989M2, 995, 70, 70P."

As all are box-magazine variants of the Model 60 action, and the Model 795 is simply the latest of the series, it should work fine.

Beataru 11-07-2010 02:53 AM

Cool, thanks alot, I really appreciate it.

big shrek 11-11-2010 09:23 PM

:mad:
NO DO NOT BUY THOSE CRAPPY MAGS!!!!

There are threads and threads and threads about National Magazine Mags...they SUCK!!!

They do NOT work in the 795.

Heck, they didn't work in the Model 70 (Papoose), which is what they were supposedly designed for.

RUN AWAY!!!

big shrek 11-11-2010 09:33 PM

Ok, now for the info that you really need...

Ramline made a hi-cap Marlin mag which DID work...but they're rare as heck nowadays.

The were pre-Clinton Gun Ban...along with their folding stock for the Model 70 & Marlin 60.

They ceased production in 1994 and have never restarted, even though they restarted all the 1022 stuff.

There is also a 13-round magazine which actually was made for another brand of rifle...
We're still trying to find out who made the darn things...but I've got one of 'em.
Works perfectly in my old & new Marlins. Sooner or later, we'll figure that out.
and then we'll pass on the info everywhere :)

As for now, only the 10-round OEM Marlin mags are readily available for the 795.
Until some nice Mag MFR gets off their butt and makes a nice hicap for us all.

You figure, 3 million 795's...
another 7 million pre-1994 Marlin 70P/989/989M2/995/70HC/Katz 1242/etc
so you've got 10 million Marlin owners who want Hi-Cap mags...
and does anyone really think those guys are gonna just buy ONE???

Ruger's only put out 7 million 1022's...and everyone's fighting over a slice of that pie.
If ONE mfr put out a GOOD hi-cap marlin mag...he'd make over 10 million sales in his first YEAR.

Why not have a large market all to yourself...instead of fighting over the scraps of the 1022 market??

It's a shame most Mag MFR's are dumb as stumps.
Black Dog, LLC being the absolute dumbest.

big shrek 11-11-2010 09:36 PM

Oh, and while I'm at it...
here's a link to the best Marlin 60/795 Accessories Thread ever made.
Marlin 60/795 Accessories - Gun & Game Forums

Beataru 11-13-2010 06:11 PM

Most excellent, thank you for the info, cool stuff in there. So, I am confused on models here, are any of these parts interchangeable? the 795 and the model 60/70 and whatnot, are they basically the same action? because I noticed that my 795 have 2 safties, a bolt lock and the standard trigger lock, so its like the action has the bolt lock from another gun, and they added the trigger lock button for the 795.

Beataru 11-13-2010 06:13 PM

ahh... spoke before I finished reading the thread you linked me too. Sorry.


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