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Marlin 60 Rifle

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.22 Long Rifle

Blued

Laminate

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.
Marlin 60 .22LR Rifle 4.8 5 13 13
Tack Driver Second Mod 60 I've owned. First about 30 years ago. I am currently participating in the Winchester/Nra light rifle qualification. Except for first qual I have shot in the 194's This is on a four bull 50 yard NRA target 5 shots on each bull. With cci mini mags I should qualify for distingushed expert by the time it gets too cold. Only problem is cheap synthetic (plastic) trigger guard. Mine shoots fine now after fixing it with epoxy steel. (Can't remember brand name) September 14, 2012
1st gun This is a great gun for a 1st gun! I love it, fun to shoot, very accurate and its light! Great for squirrel hunting! September 3, 2012
First .22, and best one. Very good gun, this was my first .22 ever purchased. And it is great. Shot well, and waiting for squirrel season to come. July 25, 2012
Accurate Ive owned my 60 for a year now. I have a Simmons 4X32 scope on it. I sighted my scope in using Federal Champion 36 grain HP bulk pack. It produces one inch groups at 50 yards, and 1/2" groups at 35 . Micro groove rifling is the key IMO. A better shot could do better, as Im sure it is capable of more accuracy than I am. I have put at least 2000 rounds of the Federal bulk with zero malfunctions. I mean zero! June 23, 2012
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if not what size allen wrench is required?
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Can you shoot 22 magnums with this gun ?
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NO CCI Mini mags work well
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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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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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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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What can I hunt with this?

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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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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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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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