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Old 03-02-2010, 10:01 AM
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There is no thumbhole for the 795. make one out of a 60, or buy the ATI stock.
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If someone would make one from a 60 for me I would gladly pay them.
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Anyone got any more pics they can post to hold me over for the next week.
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Are these the ones that you are talking about?
Will these fit the 795

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/41176-36.html

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Anyone got any more pics they can post to hold me over for the next week.
Ya heres a couple nothin special just a straight out of the box 795 with a cheapo scope on it. It shoots great though, I love it. Also here is a group at 50yrds, not too bad for a factory .22 with bulk ammo. I love it.
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^Nice! i still haven't decided if I want to get a scope or the tech sights for mine.
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Old 03-03-2010, 7:21 AM
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^Nice! i still haven't decided if I want to get a scope or the tech sights for mine.
Thank you, Ya I wasnt sure about the scope either because I can shoot pretty decent with open sights and sometimes they are more fun. But now that I have it sighted in pretty good I really like having a scope on there. Maybe Ill just have to buy a second one and leave it with open sights.
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Old 03-03-2010, 7:30 AM
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Having 2 or 10 is always a great option.
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Having 2 or 10 is always a great option.
Haha ya you can never have too many.
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Anyone have a problem with their marlin 795 jamming the first hundred rounds? I keep getting jams and I'm noticing little paint chips in and around the chamber. Is this a normal break in process? I'm using standard .22LR rounds, nothing special. I've tried 2 different boxes.
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Guys I'm losing my mind, 5 more days to wait!!!!!
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Never had jams except for dud rounds (strikes were like any other shell) and I too have paint chipping on the inside of the receiver. I just keep it oiled and it seems fine to me.
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yes i have had jams then figured the marlin does not like to be over oiled i usually dont clean the gun much and it runs perfectly fine
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I bought my 795 at Turners 2 days ago. Have to wait until the 12th to get it. Yep, with the rebate it is $109. Since I had a $150 gift card, I gave them $27.23 and when I pick it up, I'll get the $25 rebate. So, my price, if I figured it right, will be $2.23.
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I bought my 795 at Turners 2 days ago. Have to wait until the 12th to get it. Yep, with the rebate it is $109. Since I had a $150 gift card, I gave them $27.23 and when I pick it up, I'll get the $25 rebate. So, my price, if I figured it right, will be $2.23.
excellent price.
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Anyone have a problem with their marlin 795 jamming the first hundred rounds? I keep getting jams and I'm noticing little paint chips in and around the chamber. Is this a normal break in process? I'm using standard .22LR rounds, nothing special. I've tried 2 different boxes.
Yes, the first hundred rounds or so I would get a FTF or FTE per magazine. I got the same black paint chips in my action as the bolt scrapes the left side of the receiever. The left side of my receiver (inside the action) has noticeable wear, I dont think theres much you can do about it. The failures eventually stop, and if they dont, change ammo. I switched from Winchester Super X HPs to CCI and Federal after the first hundred rounds or so and havent had a single jam since. Maybe the jams were just from break in, and so the Winchester ammo will work now, but I dont care enough to test the theory, Im sticking to whats working.
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I say we get a build party together for these and see how much custom stuff we can install in a day on them.
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I wish larger clips were legal here in Kamnifornia....
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Anyone in this thread mount the Druganov stock to their 795?
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Anyone in this thread mount the Druganov stock to their 795?
Look in the beginning.....

And as far as a 'build' there is not much besides Rimfire Technologies, Techsights, and a couple other things like the ATI stock and a couple regular wooden ones.

This wasn't a gun for modding, though I wish it was.
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Looks like we might need a calguns only design for this thing and make some money. I am a solidworks 3D modeling expert and can make a new stock with my spare time I just dont have a resource for someone to make them. I know a machinist who can make one out of aluminum and then get it dipped/anodized in color of choice.

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Aluminum stock? That sounds... kind of heavy actually.
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Not if it is hollow.
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Not if it is hollow.
I'm a machinist by trade (CNC Lathes but milling can be done at my shop as well). If done right it shouldn't cost to much. The initial setup would be the most time consuming.

I do have some designs for a stock in my head that I think would be amazing. Mainly setting everything back into the stock similar to this, although not as tall. It would maintain the overall 795 look but be shorter by about 12 inches.


I believe this could be done very easily. The stock could be lighten by adding relief "pockets" through out the shoulder rest area while remaining rigid enough. It might even look cool, having a "skeleton" appearence.

Milling the area where the stock reciever and compents go would be very simple. I do have the capability to 3D mill which would be really all we need, to make the handgaurd round and blend the corners.
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here is a "quick" composite drawing done on MS paint:

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Old 03-04-2010, 11:45 AM
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Muzzelite has a bullpup stock already...
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well damn... thought i was on to something

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You can be, just make sure you don't 'infringe' on them.

Check them out. It's a neat little setup, I can't use them though, since I am left handed lol.
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You can be, just make sure you don't 'infringe' on them.

Check them out. It's a neat little setup, I can't use them though, since I am left handed lol.
I was looking and only found stocks for the model #60 and #70. Are they the same as the 795?
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I keep hearing about the muzzlelite bullpup but I have yet to see it on a 795. Lots of people saying it will work on a 795 but I have yet to see pics of a 795 with it installed. Muzzlelite to my knowledge does not have one listed for the 795. Marlin 60 and 70 is what they advertise. So does anyone have a pic of one installed on a 795? Just wondering as it is something I would like to buy for mine but not willing to fork out the dough based on someone who knows someone who dremeled some of it off and installed it. I have never seen pic of one installed.
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For what it's worth I got a smokin' deal on a 795SS a year and a half ago or so and I've never had any issues with FTF or FTE.

Here it is with an old eBay special Weaver Challenger 4x scope on it.
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Nice! I'll trade you a new blued one?
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Anyone in this thread mount the Druganov stock to their 795?

Yes, I've posted a picture before, but here is a more current photo:

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Looks good. How much work was needed to modify it to fit?
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You only need to modify the trigger guard area by extending the existing cut out, since the 795 trigger guard is longer than the Model 60 one. It's much easier than it sounds as the plastic around that area is quite thin. It took a couple of minutes with a Dremel.

Although the stock is designed for the Model 60, you can see where ATI have designed this stock so it will fit the 795 with a little modification, as the mag well cut out is in there.
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Bigthaiboy, would you say that fiberforce stock works better for a larger person?(I'm 6'6", and to be honest, the 795 is a neat little rifle, but the stock is tiny...), and what is that muzzle device on the end?
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Bigthaiboy, would you say that fiberforce stock works better for a larger person?(I'm 6'6", and to be honest, the 795 is a neat little rifle, but the stock is tiny...), and what is that muzzle device on the end?
I'm not sure you would be any better off with the ATI stock. The buttstock is practically the same length as the original stock. The muzzle device is a cheap 10/22 brake I bought off Ebay a long time ago from this seller : http://cgi.ebay.com/Ruger-10-22-Muzz...item5d2824b194

Technically, it's actually a flash hider since it's got a large open hole on the end. It needs some filing on the cut-out for the front sight blade, since the Ruger one is slightly slimmer. It's a tight fit, and has a set screw. I'm planning on changing that out soon, now that I recently bought the tools to cut a 14x1mm LH thread onto a .22 barrel.
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