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Old 03-12-2010, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default Please help identify my old bolt action .22

Its ben passed down in the family and nobody ever knew what it was maybe you can help because i need a clip for it
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Old 03-13-2010, 01:05 AM   #2
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Well, it LOOKS like a Marlin Model 80- but what is written on the barrel? My crystal ball is back in the shop for calibration again.
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I may be mistaken but I don't think your rifle uses clips.

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Old 03-13-2010, 01:16 AM   #4
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Its got a slot for it i mean i dont know alot about guns but i know i cannot manually feed it ammunition because it wont fire unless a mags in. Its like a little saftey switch to prevent it from firing Thanks
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It says nothing on it i had a professional take this apart and try to find something to give it away but he found nothing
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Sure looks like a Marlin. Does it have micro-groove rifling?
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Mod.80 would be my guess.
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It does appear to be a Marlin model 80 and if that is right you can get a magazine from Triple K online.
Gun Holsters and Gun Magazines by Triple K :: MARLIN 80, 780, 20, 25, .22LR, 7 RD, FACTORY MAG:

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Marlin Model 80 magazine fed .22 bolt action 22 : Bolt Action at GunBroker.com
I looked up a mode 80 on gunbroker & found a few. These pics do look very similar, though there seems to be some variation in the shape/style of the trigger guard.

Whatever it is, i like it.
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Had one just like it. Sold by Sears in early 60s.
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