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Old 01-15-2009, 06:32 PM   #1
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I recently bought a new marlin 925m and I am having probleems with it not firing everytime. I have tried greasing it and looked into adjusting the firing pin but nothing helps. The pin markings are not consistant on any shell I have tried CCI, winchester, and remington with the result being the same.
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Old 01-15-2009, 07:46 PM   #2
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have you taken it all the way down. and scrubbed it out very well. Sounds like the firing pin is hanging up somewhere. I am going to say it is dirty or broken.

I see it is new so I am going to say broken firing pin or spring.

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I recently bought a new marlin 925m and I am having probleems with it not firing everytime. I have tried greasing it and looked into adjusting the firing pin but nothing helps. The pin markings are not consistant on any shell I have tried CCI, winchester, and remington with the result being the same.
I'm open to suggestions

If the store you bought it from does service, take it back & have 'em look 'er over. A good gun shop takes care of small problems. If you don't get it resolved there, Call & E-mail Marlin Customer Service.

Sounds like a bad spring, happens occasionally with every brand of rifle out there. It's a pain, but fixable.
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