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Marlin 60 Rifle

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.22 Long Rifle

Blued

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Barrel Length:
19"

Round Capacity:
14 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5.5 lbs.
Perennially one of the finest rimfire values you can find, the Marlin 60 Rifle packs a ton of features like Marlin Micro-Groove® rifling and automatic last shot bolt hold open, into an easy-shooting rimfire. The Model 60 surrounds a 19'' barrel with Micro-Groove rifling with a Monte Carlo birchwood pistol grip stock. Precision crowned muzzle for enhanced accuracy. Cross-bolt safety. Manual and automatic bolt hold-open. Adjustable open rear and ramp front sight. Receiver grooved for scope mount.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Cheap 22LR I have 2 of these rifles one in this module and one in the stainless module and are good for snakes and other unwanted pest i have killed a 150 pound hog that we had in the trap with blazer 22 lr bullets and my friend is now looking into buying one i have shot crows in the head from 50 yards away with a cheap tasco scope and i am also thinking bought buying it in the synthetic stoke as well July 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Gun! This was the first riffle I ever held when I was a small kid. Now that I moved out into the country where I want to be, I wanted to get a gun for plink/small animal control. I was back and forth between the 10/22 Ruger and the Marlin, but I decided on the Marlin and I am very pleased with it. I have a pursuit 3x-9x scope on it and I have it sighted in at 50 yards. I used Remington ammo and I had a few jams, but I didn't have a problem with Federal or Winchester. It was a minor irritation, but that's the ammo's fault not the gun. I highly recommend this for anybody just looking to plink around or for a kids first gun. March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by For the price, it cannot be beat. Sub 200 dollars, you are not going to buy a better gun to learn on or plink with. Sights are easy to acquire and aim with, and the bolt holding open is a great feature. February 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful gun Finally! Found one with the wood stock. Just beautiful and fun to shoot. This is my first .22 rifle. I'm glad I got this over the 10/22 because it feels better to me. My buddy shoots with a 10/22 and swears by it but, he's invested hundreds of dollars to modifying the Ruger and this one out shoots his Ruger right out of the box. No modifications done, just added a 3x9 scope and it's beautiful. Cheap to shoot, incredibly accurate and easy to operate and clean. My wife enjoys shooting it as well so hopefully, that will help her work her way up to a higher caliber rifle in time. January 9, 2014
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I'm trying to find to a good for an 15-year old male.
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If I were you I would buy something more high powered for a 15 yr old male.
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yes im only 13 and i have 2 of these rifles
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Definitely. Back in the day it is one of the main rifles I learned to shoot with, the other being a Ruger 10/22.
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Don't know if you got an answer on this but yes, it's a terrific rifle for a 15 year old. I'm 46 and bought mine when I was 16 (had a friend's older brother buy it for me, but back then times were different#. You can't use Remington bulk ammo in it or it will jam #fail to feed properly) after about 50 rounds. Don't use lead bullets, either, you have to use copper jacketed. I've read that either Winchester or Federal bulk ammo is what you need. Hope that helps!
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ide say yes. i had a remington 22lr for my first rifle at 16yrs and i loved it. you could go with the 17hmr, i found the 17hmr to be more accurate but has a little more kick than the 22lr
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yes, how tall you are does not have much to do with it, it is more upper body strength
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yes the 22 rifle has no kick but bullets can travel over half a mile on flat ground
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Yes. It is a perfect rifle to learn on, with adult supervision of course. It isn't too heavy or too long, so it would be a great fit.
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no problem. the 22lr doesnt have any kick at all. i think he/she wouldnt have a problem at all. check into the 17hmr. also a nice round.
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Take the child to a store to try it what fits one child might not fit the next even though they are the same size.
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maybe, depends on the kid. Kicks like a mule
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it is illegal to shoot deer with i would recommend to get a 243 for beginner to a 270
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It's possible to take down game that size with this caliber although I do not recommend it. A .270 should be sufficient enough for game that size. Plus, you'll have a better range with a higher caliber gun and more stopping power. With a .22, you'll have to get lucky with a headshot to drop them unless you get off a perfect lung/heart shot, but again, I wouldn't recommend it. You'll still have to track and wait anyway so might as well get a higher caliber.
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No way, too small a caliber. Would only wound the animal and it would run off unless you're a perfect shot marksman. Don't use to hunt anything bigger than a rabbit, in my opinion. Good luck!
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no way. ide say you need at least a .243 cal. 22lr are good for rats and such. small game like that. if your gonna buy a rifle for hunting big game ide go with a 30-30, 30-06, 7mm-o8, or even a .270 will do the job.
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Check the local hunting regs for minimum bullet calibers and weights. You can also contact your local Game Warden.
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I use it for Deer and elk in Colorado. Made shots in excess of 250 yards.
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if not what size allen wrench is required?
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you do not need an allen wrench all you need is a flat head screw driver
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It doesn't come with an Allen Wrench because it's already completely assembled.

If you need an Allen Wrench go to a hardware store and buy a set.
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No . the size is 9/64
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Go get an allen wrech set. then your covered.
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The one I just bought requires an allen wrench, contacted Marlin and found out it requires 9/64 allen
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Can you shoot 22 magnums with this gun ?
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No they will not fit in the chamber, and if you crammed it in and fired it, you would either lose a couple fingers or your life. In short, please do not try it.
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Seeing as the title states it is a .22 LR I don't think it will shoot a .22 Mag
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A magnum is a gun, not a rifle.
In a .22 Rifle their are short bullets and long bullets.
The gun takes either shorts or longs too.
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.22 LR is a Long Rifle so it will take only Long Bullets.
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No, you can't shoot 22 Magnums, only function on 22LR, For 22 short. may not cycle and single load only if you really have to use it.
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No this rifle is chambered for 22 L.R. Only.
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.22 magnum is a diffrant round then a .22lr, there is a size diffrance in the shell also. the barrel will either have .22lr or .22magnum
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It says in the manual only long rifle
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No, This gun is also only rated for high velocity LR rounds, and not even hyper velocity LR. In other words CCI stingers are not a good choice.
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Am I able to put a scope on this rifle out of the box? Or do I need to have the receiver drilled/tapped and install a rail first?
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The last sentence of the description states that the receiver is grooved for scope mounting
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This particular rifle has rails on it already.
All you need are the Scope Rings , Scope.
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The receiver is grooved for dovetail scope rings. A weaver mount would probably be better. You can get 3/8" dovetail to weave converters for anywhere from $8- $20. They just clamp onto the dovetails.
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Yes you can. No D/T required.
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the receiver should be dove tailed already, allowing for scope rings to just be added on
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put a scope on right away i just put one on for squirrel hunting
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Has a standard dovetail on the receiver, just need rings and a scope
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Use Dovetail tip offs that fit the groove on top of the receiver
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Yes, you could put a scope on right out of the box. But how ever, you will need to sight in the scope with the rifle. I recommend using blade 1mm dovetail mounts. And no you do not need the receiver drilled or taped. A rail is optional.
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It is ready for rings. It has dovetail slots already.
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You will need to find some scope mounts that tighten down from the side. I used a set of weavers and put a scope on it right out of the box.
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would this gun be good for hunting birds?
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yes but do not shoot a nested bird or one off a power line it is illegal
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ide say yes. but why not use a .410 or a 20g shotgun?
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Yes , you can kill birds legally with this rifle.
It is illegal in most State's to shoot a bird while its on the ground.
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A .410 would be much better.
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yes up to wood chucks anything like that i personally use it for rabbits and squrrels but
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Depends on what bird. For a small bird, like a quail or something. Then it might be a little bit of a over kill. But for a dove or bigger then yes. It is a good gun but highly reccomended for squirrel size and up.
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You could use a 22 to hunt birds with, however if they are flying, a single shell will be hard to hit them with. A .410 (or any shotgun) would be better suited for bird hunting than a 22.
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I'm looking at buying my 1st gun, and am currently looking at buying a .22 due to reading about them being a great gun to begin with, I was wondering what animals I'd be able to hunt with a .22.
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with the 22lr you could hunt birds, rats and thing of that size. if ya wanna hunt a grizzly ide suggest stepping it up a bit, lol. like the 500mag or something
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Squirrels and Rabbits come to mind
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This Particular Rifle is an awesome Rifle.
You can kill small Birds, Coyote, Armadillo, Possum, Rabbit, Squirrel, Ground Hog, Skunk, Snake, Alligator, etc...
Remember, shot placement is everything.
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You could hunt squirrel, rabbit, coons, and birds if they are not moving. Depends on where you live.
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small game, rabbit, squerril, rats, possum, birds if your a good shot, but once you fire that first round the rest will fly off
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Birds, rabbits,squirrels and other small game.
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Squirrels mostly, rabbits, coyotes, partridge, grouse and racoons
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Ah, good for you. This was my first gun ever also. But anyways. You can hunt alot of differnt animals. Like dove,squirrel,raccon,coyote,or maybe even hogs. Good luck with the gun.
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In my State. Squirrels, and rabbits are legal to hunt with a .22. Also varmint shooting of ground hogs, coyotes, and other trouble causing species are legal to shoot.
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Due to their small bullet size they are most efficient on smaller game like squirrel (my favorite), rabbit, groundhog, ground squirrel, and other small game. I know a few farmers that use their .22s for fox and coyote, but I dont recommend this because a larger caliber rifle is needed in my opinion. However, they also use it for rats and various birds. On top of varmint control, plinking never gets boring.
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The Model 60 is well-suited for small-game hunting and vermin control, as well as for serious but low-cost target practice while preparing for hunting with larger rifles. It's a good gun to practice before you get into the bigger guns.
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the lr stands for long rifle. it has a bit more bite than the standard .22.
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Long Rifle
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Long Rifle is LR
It is a Long Rifle, so it will take Long Bullets.
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The L.R. Stands for long rifle.
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long rifle, its the type of 22 bullet it uses, its what most 22's use but some use short and long
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it stands for Long Rifle.
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Long rifle.
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The "LR" stands for Long Rifle. It gives a specific name to this type of bullet. I believe there are .22short, .22long, .22extralong, and then the .22LongRifle.
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Long Rifle.
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long rifle.
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