marlin model 60 parts

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by sagenodland, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. sagenodland

    sagenodland New Member

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    What would be the best aftermarket parts out there for a marlin 60 I know your going to say get a 10/22 but I have a marlin lying around and want to get it buba'd that's the best way I can describe how I want it modified
     
  2. big shrek

    big shrek Well-Known Member

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    Boyd's Riflestocks SS Evolution stock.
    Replacement Stocks for Marlin
    DIP Trigger/Guard Combo (Diversified Innovative Products)
    Marlin Rimfire Parts and Accessories

    If sticking with Irons...
    Numrich's Marlin 25MN Rear Adjustable Sight
    OR
    Tech-Sights Marlin 60 sight set.

    If going with scope...
    DIP has a Pic rail so you can use Quik Change rings so you can switch a scope around different rimfires.
    Or just use any 3/8" rimfire scope & rings...like the Center Point 3-9x30 at Walmart for $69.95

    Marlin 60's really don't need much...unless being Pimped ;)
    Here's my Wifey's Pink M-60 wearing a Boyd's Ross Thumbhole & a Gold DIP trigger guard...action & barrel soon to be Duracoated Pink.
    [​IMG]
     
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  3. sagenodland

    sagenodland New Member

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    I was thinking tech sights as well and I also want to change the internals a little to make it a semi match semi sporter gun
     
  4. big shrek

    big shrek Well-Known Member

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    RimfireCentral's Marlin forums would be the place to get insane amounts of help on Internals :)
    Read the sticky's in the Semi-Auto Marlin section first...tons of great info there
     
  5. sagenodland

    sagenodland New Member

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    Thanks for the help your one of the first people I've asked that hasn't just yelled out at me "Just get a 10/22 that's what you want!" But all caps rage aside, I like the 10/22 but I like tube feds better.
     
  6. big shrek

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    Marlins are much like AR15's, precise, yet require a little tweaking & a lot of cleaning to get the best out of them :)

    1022's are much like AK47's, eat anything, but ain't all that precise until you rebarrel 'em & install a ton of Volquarzen parts.
    They DO have a huge aftermarket, but its because they NEED it...and truly rabid fans...

    All ya need with a Marlin is a trigger job, pillar bedding, and a Spee-D-Loader so you can drive CZ owners nuts ;)
    I don't even consider a 1022 to be a challenge at the range unless someone's dumped about a grand into it...even then...meh.

    :D
     
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  7. sagenodland

    sagenodland New Member

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    This is what im working with
    Haha yes that is a 6.5-20 Simmons on there so its not going to be a light rifle
     

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    I like the squirrel; my stock is plainjane.

    I had to buy the techsights for mine after finding a nephew had somehow lost the front sight. The install was a couple of minutes, not like my SKS.

    You could buy a nice sling for it, or maybe make one of those paracord knot slings.
     
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    This is actually a first production glenfield m60 but I call it a marlin and that's why it has a squirrel I haven't done anything cept for put a scope on it
     
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    As I've noted in other posts...the Ramlines are BACK!! Only $15.40 each!!
    Stock, Ram-Line Lock Arm, Synthetic

    Add an ATI SKS-Retro-fit kit (about $9-10) to make it a folder!