It's a great gun for any amount of money. It just happens to not cost a lot. You can carry one around all day and not get tired because they only weigh 4 and a half pounds. And you can nail that tree rat on the run too. What's not to like? Sure it has a plastic stock. They weigh about half what a wood stock does and they get the job done. It's the cheapst way from your billfold to squirrels in the frying pan. That's a good thing IMO. Yes I can afford better but I don't think it gets any better as far as squirrel hunting goes. They aren't the most accurate rifles going but they are plenty accurate enough to nail a running squirrel in the head if you can do your part. And when you consider how light they are I don't see how it can get better for squirrel hunting unless you're doing the sit down and wait on the squirrels to come to you kind of hunting. I've put a bullet in a squirrel's ear from 50 yards away with the sister of the 795, the 60. It would be just as easy to do it with the 795.Great gun for the money.
I've seen them at CDNN before, as well as CTD and Midway. Prices for the 10-Round Mags range from $13-$20.I thought I was the only one that did that! I only have 7 mags for mine. I guess I should buy some more!
I have a couple of the pro-mag 25 round clips and besides the permanent crease in my thumb, I have never had any problems. I actually picked up my last one on the 22nd for $15 at the local Academy Sports .Marlinman said:I can tell you boys a really easy and really inexpensive way to fix them "pos" trigger pulls.
Pull the trigger return spring out and replace it w a good thick ink pen spring. Then take a ball off a dog tag chain amd put it in the hole on the bottom side of the sear then put the spring back in on top of it and reassemble it. Most people on here already knows that trick already. There's actually a thread/sticky on it.Do we have to say please?