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Discussion in 'Rifles Wanted' started by galleyjoe, Nov 30, 2012.
want to buy a marlin 60 in stainless steel.
Good choice. I have owned several (all blue) and they are the most accurate of class and most others that there is. Paid $33 for my first and sold it when it needed cleaning and got money back because they are bullet proof reliability with a squirt of brake cleaner after 5000 rnds, and could hit barb wire every time with a cheap scope (that usually came with it rifle).
Sorry for the nostalgia but it/they were fun guns and I wouldn't bet the accuracy of my 10-22 against it to someone used to shooting them. Hit the string accuracy at 50 feet every time off hand is my kind of 22 and the 60 can do it, at least the.