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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by jjfuller1, Dec 9, 2011.
i just couldnt leave it on the shelf any longer.. now it sits in my shelf!
Tis the Season
Is it starting to feel a lot like Christmas?
I'm also planning to add to the collection tomorrow.
I like working overtime, too.
Let me say (again) I wish when people posted pictures of guns they would say what kind of gun they are. I am not one of those who can look at a gun and know what it is. I'm trying to learn and to put a 'name' on a gun helps me a lot.
It looks like a Marlin 60 from here. It looks like it'll be a lot of fun to shoot that's for sure .
opps. new i forgot something. hehe.
marlin model 60, .22 cal semi auto with synthetic stock, instead of a magazine it has the tube you see under the barrel. it holds 14.
i also ordered a nikon prostaff 3x9x40 last night should be here next week sometime. $149
after i put a few hundred rounds through it to see if it has enough accuracy i may change the stock to a boyds thumbhole stock. but not sure about that yet.
got my scope in the mail today. woot woot. now if i can only find firing time
That's a nice looking set up .
congrats on your brand new marlin!!! it looks identical to a 795 without the mag. i got my 795 last year and its still goin good after aprox 4k rounds down range! i got extremely lucky though. brand new for 95.00 hehe on sale and manufature rebate )). you should check marlinarms.com and see if there is any sort of rebate.
Clean it, lightly oil the guts, and use CCI or Blazer for the first 1000 rounds
Clean every action 200 rds or so...treat it like an AR15. A clean Marlin is a happy Marlin
Boyd's Riflestocks has some killer laminate stocks as well...
DIP has trigger/guard upgrades & more...
And I've got links to TONS of stuff, just ask for what you want/need
cool. i actually made a post a couple days ago about boyds stocks but no one answered. lol. i was thinking the rvt thumbhole camo or nutmeg. should i try to do any sort of barrel break in ?
I could use some links for some parts, mags, and cool stocks for the m1 carbine!