old marlin model 80 22lr

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by bs1984, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. bs1984

    bs1984 New Member

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    What's ur thoughts on these my friend is selling one and I mite buy it from him
     
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  2. downsouth

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    How much? If it is reasonably priced and functions fine, buy it! The marlin 60 is an iconic little gun.
     

  3. bs1984

    bs1984 New Member

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    He wants 85 for it and its in great shape has a older tasco scope on it which I'd prolly switch out if I purchased it
     
  4. akers06

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    Id buy it for that price those marlin 60s are tough lil guns I bet I've fired over 20,000 rounds out of mine
     
  5. downsouth

    downsouth New Member

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    It's been almost an hour since you posted the price. I sure hope you are the new owner by now. Always ask if there is any ammo or gun sleeve he could throw in. It never hurts.
     
  6. orangello

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    This! I still have my "old" marlin model 60 & love it. Be aware there is a plastic buffer that may need replaceing if the action seems to jam up on something. Inexpensive & easy fix.
     
  7. bs1984

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    Yep bought it cleaned it and shot 200 rounds threw it already nice little gun
     
  8. hiwall

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    The early ones wore the ejectors out fairly quickly. I converted many to the newer style of ejector.
     
  9. bs1984

    bs1984 New Member

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    Yea that's the only issue I've found so far it doesn't eject every round how do u convert the ejector
     
  10. hiwall

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  11. big shrek

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    [​IMG]

    hehehe
     
  12. bs1984

    bs1984 New Member

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    That doesn't help mines bolt action not semi auto thanks tho
     
  13. bs1984

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    Here's a photo of it

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  14. canebrake

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    Don't think that's a model 60.

    Maybe a model 20?
     
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  15. hiwall

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    Well it is certainly not a model 60
     
  16. firearmsforlife

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    Yeah hate to say it but the marlin model 60 is semi auto.
     
  17. jordan89

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    Not a 60. Looking on my phone the pic is small but it could be a 25n.
     
  18. bs1984

    bs1984 New Member

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    Hmm the barrel says model 60 SL
     
  19. bs1984

    bs1984 New Member

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    I can't find a serial number on it anywhere