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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.
Marlin 795 .22LR Autoload Rifle w/Synthetic Stock 4.4 5 12 12
Good little gun I bought this rifle in 2011 on sale on a whim and it sat on a shelf until my son went to a day camp and shot pellet guns. He was excited so we dusted off the case and set out with 100 rounds of Winchester Super X hollow points and a plinking target. The gun shot well and true until the last few rounds jammed several times. The lack of an initial cleaning and oiling was most likely to blame. Fast forward a few weeks and our collection has grown to include a Savage 64 so we can both shoot together. This time we used Federal Champion 22LR in the bulk box and had only one misfeed due to operator error. We ran over 100 rounds through it this time often in quite rapid succession. I really enjoy this rifle but find it a bit on the small side for myself at 6'1". My son (10 yrs old) finds it to fit him perfectly as does my wife. The fit and overall appearance is better than the Savage 64 I bought but the out of the box accuracy is a half point lower. 4 out of 5 stars due primarily to the size of the gun and difficulty in finding and extended magazine to fit it. August 26, 2012
awesome got this gun after thanksgiving and love it. its as accurate as you want it to be. only thing i dont like is there is not a ton of aftermarket upgrades, but its a 22. why would you want to dump hundreds of dollars into a plinking rifle. I shot this other guys 10/22 and i wouldnt trade. i got mine for 115 PLUS a 25 rebate, so i paid 100 including tax. you cant beat that. the 1022 is twice the price and has no advantages. buy this gun if your thinking about a 22 and you wont regret it May 6, 2012
A great rifle for the money This is an overall great weapon that has never let me down. There are a few things that I don't like about it, but they are nothing compared to the things that I like about it. It functions flawlessly, with no failures of any kind. I've fired nearly 3,000 rounds through mine so far and I've never had even one jam yet. The only thing I don't like about it is the stock, it is too small for me, though I'm a large built man. The stock also isn't balanced very well, but I have solved that problem by filling the butt cavity with cleaning patches and lead sinkers. Now it doesn't feel as cheap, but it is still too small. But that is my only complaint. It is exceptionally accurate and I can't complain about anything else about it. If you feed it the right kind of ammo you can put the entire clip through a 1.5" hole at 100yards. May 2, 2012
loved it at 1st Got this Day after x-mas 2011, on sale and with the rebate price was great, Loved it till last week , after about 10,000 rounds , had to order a magazine lever assembly , came today , changed it fired it 5 times seems to be ok, son bought one day after thanksgiving, hes going to have to call Marlin , same thing lever broke, other than that its great gun and once sighted in very accurate, Doesnt jam like my 60 does , oh yea its broke too more parts coming from Marlin, February 10, 2012
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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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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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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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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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