Caliber 22 Long Rifle only Capacity 14-shot tubular magazine with patented closure system Action Autoloading; side ejection; manual and automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-opens; cross-bolt safety; stainless steel barrel. Stock Monte Carlo laminated two-tone black/grey hardwood; full pistol grip; tough Mar-Shield® finish; rubber rifle butt pad; nickel-plated swivel studs. Barrel 19" with Micro-Groove® rifling (16 grooves). Twist Rate 1:16" r.h. Sights Adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear, ramp front sight with high-visibility post and cutaway Wide-Scan? hood. Receiver grooved for scope mount. Overall Length 37.5" Weight 5.5 lbs.
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I,ve had my mod.60rifle for a round 15 years now and wouldn't part with it. it came with a light wood colored birch stock, and I later added the grey/black Maine birch laminate stock I bought from marlin when the first started building those stock's . The color is well camoed for hunting use in the woods. I've had a LOTA tasty squriel dinner's using the gun . I've never had a problem with this rifle, using it hunting in the rain and snow . Never Has Failed" to work, esp in foul weather . Rifle is pretty dang Accuret too. It will feed any type L/R ammo you shove through it, and it Really Love's Fed. Eagle 38 Gr. H/P Ammo. One shot kill's Every time ! It's a Dang Good shootin rifle. I'll always have this one in my gun safe and ready for another hunting trip to the wood's, till I die . Mine Still look's brand new, as the first day I bought it for a bit over a hundred buck's. Best part of a Tube fed rifle, is, it holds 14 L/R shell shots, instead of a 7 or 10 shot clip fed rifles. My mod. 60 rifle will run 14 shot's through it as fast as you can pull that trigger.