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Old 09-09-2012, 10:33 PM   #1
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I took the stock off a recently purchased Glenfield model 60 I just got the other day. In the process I accidently popped a spring and can't tell exactly where it goes. I have a picture of the spring and one showing the general area where it was. Anyone who has a picture of it installed will be my hero. Thanks, John. It is a disconnector spring if that helps.
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:17 AM   #2
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Disconnector spring I beleive.
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it appears to be the disconnector spring.
there are a lot of internet articles on this if you search "Marlin model 60 disconnector spring" (Marlin & Glenfield are the same) or Marlin Model 60 Trigger job.

these may help.. The spring is #15 in the 2nd picture
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Thanks all, that confirmed my thought of where it went. I just was having trouble getting it to fit in there without flying out an most attempts. Got it in, working good. John.
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