Marlin Model 60 With Pressed Checkering

Marlin Model 60 With Pressed Checkering
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14-shot tubular magazine with patented closure system Action: Autoloading; side ejection; manual and automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-opens; receiver top has serrrated, non-glare finish; cross-bolt safety; steel charging handle. The stock has a Monte Carlo walnut-finished laminated hardwood; full pistol grip; tough Mar-Shield® finish. The barrel is 19" with Micro-Groove® rifling (16 grooves) with a twist Rate of 1:16" right hand. The sights are Adjustable open rear, ramp front sight and receiver is grooved for scope mount. Overall Length: 37.5". Weight: 5.5 lbs.

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Pros

  • Accuracy 
  • Durable 
  • Easy to use 
  • Lightweight 
  • Marlin model 60 22lr 

Best Uses

  • Long range 
  • Short range 

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Marlin Model 60 rifle - one of the best.

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Durable
  • Accuracy
  • Marlin Model 60 22lr

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Short Range
    • Long Range

    Comments:

    I have owned my Marlin Model 60, 22lr for over 40 years, and have bought an additional rifle for my brother 1 year ago. These rifles are identical. Marlin has not changed a thing on these rifles, and that is fantastic. DON'T FIX WHAT AIN'T BROKEN!!! I have had to call on my rifle for so many things over the years. From snakes crawling in the grass, to opossums making my dog bark at 3:00 in the morning, or squirrels eating fruit in trees leaving rotting refuse on the ground where I can often shoot rats. Yes, this is the perfect varmint tool. And it does make the perfect target shooting tool as well, since the loads are the least expensive of any other gun... I love this one, and you will too. Just 1 thing, I find it difficult to clean between the trigger and the sliding bolt.

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