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Hello again! Jungle Explorer here. Today I'm going to be looking at the Marlin model 60 .22 long-rifle. This model 60 is one of the Marlins that was made when they still could have more than ten rounds. This one can hold 14 rounds. Rounds are loaded in the barrel there in the magazine tube. This has an aftermarket stock on it my son put it on it.
I bought this Model 60 in a pawn shop for $39 just before Obama got into office and now I don't know what they go for but it had a wooden stock on originally. I'm not big fan of this aftermarket stock but my son loves it. I gave him this gun for his birthday a couple years ago when he turned to turn 16. So anyways, he realy likes it and he bought this aftermarket stock for it.
It's a sweet shooting little gun you know. The Marlins are well known for accuracy. They got that micro grooving and that supposedly gives them a little more accuracy. So, there's not much to say about this rifle it seems to work fairly good I haven't had any trouble with it. I know my son loves it.
Let's load a few bullets in here and see how she shoots. I got some Reminton golden bullets here. Just cheap ammunition.
Just in case you happen to be looking for a 22 long rifle and you're wondering what to buy. I just want to give you kind of demonstration here of the Marlin model 60 just in case like me, you happen to find it in a Pawn shop.