Clip fed and lighting fast, the rugged, economical Marlin 795 .22LR Rifle w/Synthetic Stock has the wide appeal that's made it a winner. This easy shooting autoloader features an 18'' blued barrel with Micro-Groove® rifling for proven Marlin accuracy shot after shot. A black fiberglass-reinforced synthetic stock with molded-in checkering provides a sure, solid feel while shooting. Swivel studs for a sling. Cross-bolt safety. Manual and automatic ''last shot'' bolt hold-open. Adjustable open rear and ramp front sight. Receiver grooved for scope mount. Capacity: 10+1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by citygator great purchase
I was looking for an inexpensive rifle for a first gun for my son. The initial purchase met that requirement. In addition, the ammo is inexpensive which provides for many hours at the range. I had a scope put on making it very accurate.
April 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by paulk2 22 marlin 795
I bought this 22 a month ago . They were out of them for about 1 month. I picked it up and went to the shooting range. I bought it for my wife. She loves it . It is light and easy to shoot. We shot 100 rounds though it and it was perfict. never had 1 mis fire and it was dead on streight from the factory. Thanks Bass Pro shop for the service you gave me and the wife.
April 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hunterman18 GREAT WEAPON
This gun from the moment I got it was amazing. It's super accurate with the iron sights shooting Remington thunderbolt ammo. Accurate and quick shooting. I purchased some extra 25 round banana clips and that made it more fun to shoot. All around great gun.
November 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by swamplife bang for your buck!
This rifle will take anything you line up the iron signs. It has a great feel that anyone can grab it and use, looking into a first starter gun/ YOU JUST FOUND IT. The price is the challenge to bet. One of the little things i love the most is the slide stop, unlike the 10/22 you know when its out to reload.
October 29, 2012
It is great for rabbits, I have a 795 myself and it has taken 10 rabbits since I bought mine. The bullets are .224 inches in diameter and weight between 30 and 40 grains. Moving at speeds between 1000fps to 1640fps, depending on ammo brand and load.
Check the Remington web site to see if you can order one.
3 months, 1 week ago
- Centennial, Colorado
THE 795 DOSNT COME IN ' LEFTY' MODEL BUT IAM A LEFTY AND IT SHOOTS GREAT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT FOR THE GUN. YOU CAN HINT TARGETS OUT THE 100 YARDS VERY QUICK. ALSO WHEN THE CASING EJECTS YOU DONT GET HIT WITH THE HOT BRASS.
I only found 25 round banana clips for it but I shot the 25 through it in about 10 seconds to see if it'll keep up. And it did a phenomenal job. In my case, it shot just perfect so yes it should be able to handle 100 rounds in seconds.
well, the answer technically is yes. ill leave the why would you do this up to you. but ive never seen a 100 round clip. if your talking about multiple 30(25?) round clips, itll handle it fine. the barrel is pretty thick, so it doesnt heat up too fast. just make sure you use decent ammo so you wont have any ftf or fte's. and make sure your gun has had a couple hundred rounds throught it to break it in and that it has been cleaned fairly recently
any cheapo scope. recoil is not a factor so you can get away with low grade stuff. i have a pentax gameseeker 3-9x40 on mine and love it. id say a bushnell banner would be a good fit and it has decent quality
I do not have that particular rifle but my Marlin and my brother's Marlin will shoot CCI mini-mag, really any CCI ammo, very well. But to save on money we same CCI for hunting and plink with Federal bulk packs. Hope this helps.