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Old 09-16-2013, 3:10 PM
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Default bought a Marlin model 60SN .22 cal

I just bought one yesterday and have to wait for my 10 days to be up. Now how hard is it to find these in today world. Was I lucky? How good are these .22 rifle, CA legal which holds more than 10rds because of it inner tube magazine... Their are no magazine for the ones that does know. Thanks
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Old 09-16-2013, 4:09 PM
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I can pretty much find one at Sportsmans Warehouse in Roseville any time I go in there. That being said, you will love the gun.
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Old 09-16-2013, 4:20 PM
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I can pretty much find one at Sportsmans Warehouse in Roseville any time I go in there. That being said, you will love the gun.
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Old 09-16-2013, 6:04 PM
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Great rifles. Good choice. Congrats.
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that marlin 60 is an awesome rifle. its accurate out of the box. i put thousands of round thru mine w/ out a single issue. im sure you'll love it
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I'm looking forward for it. It's my first 22 but have shot other 22 before.
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If someone tells me they just want a great shooting .22 without feeling the need to accessorize the crud out of it then I ALWAYS recommend the Marlin 60.

Perfect ergonomics, VERY accurate, last-round hold open, no magazine to loose/wear out, light and easy to carry.
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Old 09-17-2013, 8:56 AM
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BTW, the FN2000 in my avatar pic is what my Marlin 60sn went into. The P90 above it is my Marlin 795 for which I just got three new mags for yesterday.
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I have one. 60 model with wood stock. Really love it.

Be prepared for it to love some ammo, and hate others.

I've had the best luck with CCI Standard Velocity, and Winchester 22lr 1280 plated hollow point.

And it won't shoot Remington Bucket of Bullets ammo at all.
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Check out the tech sites for it.

http://www.tech-sights.com/

Feeding is great too. I hate stuffing the mags on a 10/22.
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Check out the tech sites for it.

http://www.tech-sights.com/

Feeding is great too. I hate stuffing the mags on a 10/22.
The problem with the Tech Sights is that you can't mount a scope with them.

Personally I think the Williams Fire Sights and see-through scope mounts are a better compromise if someone wants both irons and a scope.

I just bought the Tech Sights for my wife's SU16CA and they appear to be well made. I don't know why they didn't go with more adjustment holes though, especially as there is room for at least one more hole between each of the existing holes.
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All I know is that I got the one with all black. And bout 600 round so I going out to the range when she get out.
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