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Marlin .22 semi-automatic rifle model 60

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  • boatfloater

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    Nov 20, 2008
    Holds 14 rounds. Makes a pop, doesn't go boom. The kick is but a light tap on the shoulder. The bullets are small and cheap, but they always go where you aim them.

    We've always had a Marlin squirrel gun in our house. Good for dispatchin' varmints, or boogers. Take your pick.


    jim t

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    Mar 4, 2008
    Hawley Texas
    I have a model 60 and a model 99 ( the same as a model 60 but made before it came out). now my model 60 holds 18 round, it was made before they cut it down to 14. and it is a great shooting gun. acurate and fun.


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    Oct 25, 2008
    I also have a Marlin model 60. It's not a bad gun, but it does like to jam occasionally. My Ruger 10/22 is much more reliable.


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    Nov 9, 2008
    SW Houston
    A great, fun, affordable little rifle for all age groups. All my female friends and little sister who are afraid to shoot my bigger guns love to shoot it, and my 12 year old nephew has a squirrel special that he loves. Sadly I live in the city so I only get to shoot it at the range. I have one for sale here if anyone's interested.


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    Nov 22, 2008
    Red River Way
    I tear mine down and use a lot of bore cleaner and then go back with a light oil and it works great till about 500 rounds sometimes less depending on ammo
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