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Old 04-20-2012, 06:08 AM   #21
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Hmm the barrel says model 60 SL
Did you mean to type dl?
I've never heard of Sl. Not saying it doesn't exist just never heard if it.

I wonder if someone put a mdl 60 barrel on a bolt action.
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Old 04-20-2012, 06:40 AM   #22
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My dumb ass miss read the model number it's a model 80 SL

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Old 04-20-2012, 06:49 AM   #23
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My dumb ass miss read the model number it's a model 80 SL
Ahh now it all makes sense. Marlin makes a good rifle...I enjoy my 25n. Shoot it and enjoy!
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Old 04-22-2012, 03:22 PM   #24
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The Marlin 60- the best 92.48$ I ever spent...

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My dumb ass miss read the model number it's a model 80 SL
To the best of my knowledge, there ain't an 80 SL...
Marlin used...
80
80E
80C
80DL

Methinks it is time you looked into a good Magnifying glass...or glasses
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OK so I studied it. Good and long. Its just a model 80 it has dashes in-between the letters. Says model 80-.22-s-l-lr I'm guessing that means it takes those rounds

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OK so I studied it. Good and long. Its just a model 80 it has dashes in-between the letters. Says model 80-.22-s-l-lr I'm guessing that means it takes those rounds
Yep that would be correct.
.22 short
.22 long
.22 long rifle
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i think $85 is still a good price for the rifle. i would say go for it.

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Default Marlin-western auto....mod. 60

Yea buddy, got a look at one of these at the pawn shop. They want $80 for it. The guy at the counter told me he didnt know if it would shoot or not. If it's still there in september the price drops to $40, I'll go back and hopefully its still there.......

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Yea buddy, got a look at one of these at the pawn shop. They want $80 for it. The guy at the counter told me he didnt know if it would shoot or not. If it's still there in september the price drops to $40, I'll go back and hopefully its still there.......
Those are the kind I LOVE to get my hands on...

Ok, cute trick, take a Wall Anchor that'll fit into a .22lr chamber with ya...leaving the rim hanging out like a 22 round.
stick it in, rack the bolt, and pull the trigger...if it leaves a mark in the anchor's rim, it'll fire.
Oh, after the click, look to see if the bolt is all the way forwards...if its slightly out of battery (not closed)
that means the extractor holes on each side of the barrel are dirty & clogged with gunk...clean 'em out and it'll work fine

Chances are, the Ejector is misaligned as well...no big deal there either...lemme know, I'll point you in the right direction there...
all ya need is a Nickel to see if the Ejector is aligned properly...one nickel width high & pointed inwards the same
http://dc149.4shared.com/img/Eau5shAS/0.5808462220384686/nickel_high.jpg
http://dc149.4shared.com/img/G3tJpNKR/0.11223640078228614/nickel_wide.jpg


I'd offer him $50 and see if he feels froggy...then go to $60 if ya have to, and say that's it...

I'm at the point where instead of smiling when I see a dirty one with the above problems...I grimace and grunt...
usually also say "Dang this thang is dirty...think it'll even shoot?"
Fortunately I know what to look for and can spot the usual easy-repair suspects pretty fast...so then The Hagglin begins
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