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I have an older Marlin single shot .22, Glendale Model 10. I'd like to put a scope on it and was wondering if that can be done without using s gunsmith. There are no mounts on the gun that I can see, (or at least recognize as such). Are some kind of universal mounts available?
 

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If there is not any visible rails/grooves on the rifle, I'm thinking you'll have to see a gunsmith.

I could be wrong, though.
 

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unless your real good with a drill press and tap Your more than likely going to have to see a gunsmith. I know around my area it is around $14 a hole for drill and tap which is not bad seeing this is a small job in the gunsmith world.

If it has a groved reciever (two slots on either side of the top of the action) then you are just going to need a scope and a set of 22 rings. Midwayusa sells them as well as just about any sporting goods store. If you don't know what your looking for ask a guy for 22rings. They will know exactly what your looking for unless your in a Gander Mtn.
 

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Well, that's kind of what I thought. For what I have in it, and what I can get a decent used one for, I might just pick up one alredy scoped and use this one for plinking.
 
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