Marlin 795 Autoload Rifle

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.22 Long Rifle

Blued

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
18"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
4.5 lbs.
Clip fed and lighting fast, the rugged, economical Marlin 795Rifle has the wide appeal that's made it a winner. This easy shooting autoloader features an 18'' blued barrel with Micro-Groovev 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.
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Sharpshooter, excellent budget rifle If I could only have one 22 rifle, this would most likely be my selection. Don't get me wrong, I love my 10-22 and Ruger has one of the best warranties in the business, however, just bang for the buck as a consideration, the Marlin wins. - If you are more concerned with accuracy, the marlin wins. It is simply more accurate than a 10-22 is out of the box (dime size grouping at 50 yards vs quarter size with the 10-22, and the group size barely grows out to 100 yards# - If you are trying to teach children to shoot, the Marlin wins. it is only 4.5 lbs, and seems a bit smaller and easier for a youth to shoulder. For less than $150 bucks, this really is one of the best values in the gun world, and I would recommend one to every gun cabinet. If your desire is to deck out the gun with extras, #cool tactical stocks etc.#, then you should probably look at the Ruger, however, there are some very practical upgrades for this rifle that make it significantly better. - DI Products Trigger and Guard - Tech Sights #AR style sighting system# - Promag hi capacity magazines #even a 100 round drum!) July 1, 2014
Great lil gun!! To start off the Marlin 22 P795 is a great gun for the money it was inexpensive And is made of great quality materials For its price. I use this gun for the critters and small game and is very accurate easy to handle light weight and dependable Buy this gun and you will not be disappointed Ammo is cheap too boot CSI rounds are the best for this lil gun and doesn't require lots of cleaning time easy to disassemble and assembly for quick cleaning all and all I would recommend this lil gun for all its simply the best 22 out there for the buck! December 30, 2013
Not bad at all I mounted a inexpensive Pursuit scope ($60) on this gun and was very please with accuracy once I got it sighted in properly. At 50 yrds I can usually can keep it in a 2 inch circle. Considering I am not a real great long gun shot this is very acceptable. Only rare occasions of ejection failures and misfires. They also seem to be more prevalent on Remington Ammo for me. CCI is all but flawless in it, with Winchester being acceptable also. For $160 I just don't see how you can go wrong with this gun as a plinker or small varmint gun. November 3, 2013
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
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Can you put a scope on it

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Specifications and Features: Marlin 795 Autoloader .22LR Semi Auto Rifle
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Correct this rifle is semi-automatic. It is semi-auto like the 10/22, but the 10/22 is way more customizable with many more aftermarket accessories on the market.
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Yes it is, Auto loader, or as correctly stated a semi-auto. And larger clips/ magazines are available up to 55 rounds.
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unfortunately not. Marlin does make a youth XT 22 rifle, one in single shot, and one that uses the same magazines as the 795. It is a bolt action rifle, and a very safe way to teach children how to shoot.
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Please contact the Bass Pro Shops retail store in your area as all firearm sales are only through our retail stores.
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Subsonic ammo ok?

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Will the 795 fire subsonic (Rem or CCI) ammo? Will the shell eject automatically or manually? Will this harm the rifle in any way? Thx
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I use sub-sonic ammo in mine most of the time. Especially with the 'shortage' of .22 ammo in the United States. As far as damage to the firearm, I have had mine disassembled for cleaning and have noticed NO dammage to the internal workings of the weapon. And that is after around 3,000 rounds of sub-sonic rounds. Both CCi & Remington. and others. It has 'eaten' any ammo I have fed it!!
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NO..subsonic ammo is unacceptable ammo for any and all auto loaders.
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You can use subsonic ammo with a semi automatic but it may not eject the casing on a spent round and/or failure to load the next round. Some may actually cycle the action just fine however. If you do wish to try subsonics, as you can never tell for certain unti you try, use 40 grain as there is more charge in these rounds as compared to the lighter weight rounds. Also, if you are to try subsonics, use the rounds that are labeled "standard velocity" or at least rounds that are close but not quite reaching the sound barrier (which will vary depending on elevation, temperature etc.). As mentioned, you can use them, just be aware that you may turn your semi auto into a manual feed and/or have stove pipes.
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Some consider it unethical, and in many places it is illegal to take deer with a .22. I would not recommend it, considering you would have to be pretty close.
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In a "pinch' a head shot would do it. BUT in most locations in the United States it is unlawful to hunt deer with anything less than .30 caliber. Check your local regulations to be sure.
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You could if you shoot them in the brain or heart but not the best choice
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Check state regs, I don't know of any state that allows you to hunt deer with a rim fire 22.
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It is a .22lr, which is nearly the perfect rabbit caliber. Unless you were close, you would struggle to place a kill shot with them on the move. But if the rabbit is stationary, bye bye Mr Rabbit.
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This gun fire only 22 long rifles. Perfect rabbit gun if you are a good shot.
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THIS ROUND IS GREAT FOR SMALL GAME HUNTING AND ITS A 22 LR WITCH IS A RIM FIRE RIFLE.
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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.
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Check the Remington web site to see if you can order one.
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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.
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will this weapon be able to handle 100 rounds going trough it in a matter of seconds?
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The make a 25 rd clip for this gun. I have a couple of them. There is also a rotary clip being marketed for it. I am not sure I would suggest extended rapid fire from this gun with a high capacity rotary drum.
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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.

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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
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No, you can only put .22 LR in the magazine. However, there are 25 round mags available online.

As far as 100 rounds in a matter of seconds I'd say you'd need full auto for that.
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under 50 dollars
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I'd say your best option for under 50 dollars is to look into Simmons RImfire scopes. I have one on a similar gun, and it seems to beat some 75 dollar scopes.
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I put a $50 Pursuit scope (Bass Pro shop)on it and it works great. 2 inch pattern at 50 yards.
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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
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center point 3 x 9 x 40, crosshairs can light up green or red, great for .22 rifles, i got 2 of them
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I have found CCI to be superior in my 795 with Winchester being acceptable. I have had horrible results with Remington. Remember..no sub sonic ammo..period.
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I HAVE SHOT DIFFERENT OF ROUNDS, I HAVNT HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE ROUNDS GOING OFF OR JAMING. I HAVE TO SAY THAT THS MARLIN IS YOUR BAG FOR YOUR BUCK.
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It has been my experience that Remington GOLD Bullets work the best in my Marlin 795.
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I am shooting CCI AR Tatical 200 rounds through the gun and not a single problem very clean ammo
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the only problem ive had is the ammo itself (ftf). itll eat everything. ive used cci minimags(my favorite) low quality subsonic remington stuff and the winchester 555 bulk ammo. all shoots pretty well
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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.
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Have put just about every thing through it, doesnt seem to have jamming problem like the 60 does
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