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Old 06-29-2013, 08:29 PM   #61
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I got mine back in 1976 for X-MAS....It is beat to sh!t but it still shoots....

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Just bought a used Marlin model 60 this afternoon. And the only reason I picked it up today was it was one of the old school 18 round tube mags. Around here NOBODY parts with their Marlin 60's. Have been searching for 9 months for one and had to pay $139 with tax, but worth it in my opinion !

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You can always get a new 60/795 stock from Boyd's...lotsa varieties which they rotate availability on...

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You can always get a new 60/795 stock from Boyd's...lotsa varieties which they rotate availability on...
i can vouch for the quality and pricing on the Boyd's stocks. i haven't used one on my model 60, but have used them on two other rifles and the Boyd's stocks are a good option if a person needs a stock for a rifle. very good quality and the prices are very decent. i too highly recommend the Boyd's stocks. i bought my first in Big Shrek's suggestion and recommendation and glad i did. i bought the second one because i was very pleased with the first one. thanks Big Shrek!
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Also does any one know of a place here on the Internet, or even a book would be nicer, where I can look up the serial numbers to a model 60 and find out when it was made ?

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Also does any one know of a place here on the Internet, or even a book would be nicer, where I can look up the serial numbers to a model 60 and find out when it was made ?

First two numbers of your serial...if it has one. Serials were only required after 1968.

69-1969
70-1970
71-1971
72-1972
27-1973
26-1974
25-1975
24-1976
23-1977
22-1978
21-1979
20=1980
19-1981
18-1982
17-1983
16-1984
15-1985
14-1986
13-1987
12-1988
11-1989
10-1990
09-1991
08-1992
07-1993
06-1994
05-1995
04-1996
03-1997
02-1998
01-1999
00-2000
99-2001
98-2002
97-2003
96-2004
95-2005
94-2006
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Thanks BigShrek - Helps alot considering that I now know that me and my Model 60 were both "manufatured" in 1983.

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I might be mistaken, but I believe that 18 rounder is the Model 99, the predecessor of the model 60.
You be mistaken. Older 60's were 18 round.
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Mine is #24...1976.....Thanks.....

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