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Old 01-01-2018, 06:34 PM
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Playing with the Marlin 795 ...
I am amazed how easy this little gem is to shoot.
It's getting better and better.
It never fails to function.
Extremely realiable.
It's actually vastly underrated.

Everyone should have one.
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Old 01-01-2018, 07:26 PM
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Never heard of it, is it a single shot ? With the price of ammo, singles are the best way to save money. Love the way my H&R 22 Hand-Rifle functions; breaks open and ejects so smoothly.
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Old 01-01-2018, 08:57 PM
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Never heard of it, is it a single shot ? With the price of ammo, singles are the best way to save money. Love the way my H&R 22 Hand-Rifle functions; breaks open and ejects so smoothly.
It's basically a model 60 magazine fed.
With last shot hold open.
Super accurate.
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Old 01-01-2018, 09:24 PM
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Just funun with ya. Found a used 7000 on Cabela's rack about four years ago too cheap to pass. Then read about a lighter barrel version on GunBroker and had to buy it also. Both embarrass my $650 10/22 with their accuracy.
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Old 01-02-2018, 11:45 AM
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Just funun with ya. Found a used 7000 on Cabela's rack about four years ago too cheap to pass. Then read about a lighter barrel version on GunBroker and had to buy it also. Both embarrass my $650 10/22 with their accuracy.


Ha!
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Sounds like you did very well.

I sure enjoy mine.
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Old 01-02-2018, 01:09 PM
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A Cabela's salesperson was just putting a black Marlin heavy barrel 22 semi out on the used rifle rack. Hang tag was $79 and after taking it into the Library for some tongue wrestling, they let me buy it for $75 plus an extra mag. Had never heard of a 7000 but thought it was worth the cheap gamble. After jagged hole 50 yard groups, I searched for the popular 795. The next week, GunBroker listed a pre-Rem 795 for $115 and I was the only bidder. What a great pair that puts my $650 built-up 10/22 to shame at 50 or 100 yards.
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Old 01-02-2018, 02:47 PM
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I'm finally picking one up today. Really disappointed that they lack proper swivel sling studs, but I may just get a 995 synthetic stock if it fits. Actually, does anyone know if a 995 stock fits a 795?
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I've got the walnut 995 stock.
The 995's trigger guard is about 3/8" shorter than the 795's requiring a bit of routing.
You'll need to widen the trigger group slot to allow for the bolt release tab.
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I'm finally picking one up today. Really disappointed that they lack proper swivel sling studs, but I may just get a 995 synthetic stock if it fits. Actually, does anyone know if a 995 stock fits a 795?
I too have the 995 stock on my 795.
It's what Marlin should have done in the first place.
It's wunderbar
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I've got the walnut 995 stock.
The 995's trigger guard is about 3/8" shorter than the 795's requiring a bit of routing.
You'll need to widen the trigger group slot to allow for the bolt release tab.
Any threads discussing the process? I would really like to get a synthetic stock with proper swivel sling studs, but I don't want to complicated of a process. I know my luck and I'd probably damage the stock.
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Old 01-02-2018, 03:52 PM
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Any threads discussing the process? I would really like to get a synthetic stock with proper swivel sling studs, but I don't want to complicated of a process. I know my luck and I'd probably damage the stock.


Find a 995 stock.
Send to arrowdoger.
He did mine.
It's beautiful
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/MARLIN-70-9...kAAOSwr6FaH58Q

Ask seller if those are the factory steel sling studs
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Playing with the Marlin 795 ...
I am amazed how easy this little gem is to shoot.
It's getting better and better.
It never fails to function.
Extremely realiable.
It's actually vastly underrated.

Everyone should have one.
Whats NOT to like about the Marlin 795 .22LR Rifle?

1. Well under $200 dollars brand new.
2. Nice trigger pull for a factory .22LR.
3. Extremely lightweight, even for a .22LR rifle.
4. 18" inch barrel, which is super accurate.
5. Easy to carry magazines
6. Nice bolt hold open on empty feature.
7. Great Bolt open handle
8. Magazines are plentiful everywhere
9. Rarely jams.. Its the ammo, not the rifle.
10. Shoots center mass at 50 yard O-O-B!

No, it doesn't have a modular trigger group like the 10/22, but then you dont need a Kidd T-G and bolt/extractor to make it a very reliable .22LR rifle either.

Yes, it only has dovetail grooves, but for less then ten bucks you can buy a Weaver style adapter mount. What more can you expect from a rifle that sells for $155 USD plus tax, ect.? I love this great rifle. My 10/22 will be eating dust.
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Old 01-02-2018, 05:20 PM
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Whats NOT to like about the Marlin 795 .22LR Rifle?

1. Well under $200 dollars brand new.
2. Nice trigger pull for a factory .22LR.
3. Extremely lightweight, even for a .22LR rifle.
4. 18" inch barrel, which is super accurate.
5. Easy to carry magazines
6. Nice bolt hold open on empty feature.
7. Great Bolt open handle
8. Magazines are plentiful everywhere
9. Rarely jams.. Its the ammo, not the rifle.
10. Shoots center mass at 50 yard O-O-B!

No, it doesn't have a modular trigger group like the 10/22, but then you dont need a Kidd T-G and bolt/extractor to make it a very reliable .22LR rifle either.

Yes, it only has dovetail grooves, but for less then ten bucks you can buy a Weaver style adapter mount. What more can you expect from a rifle that sells for $155 USD plus tax, ect.? I love this great rifle. My 10/22 will be eating dust.



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Old 01-02-2018, 07:24 PM
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Extremely happy with my new Marlin 795! The plastic replacements for proper metal swivel studs are disappointing but not as bad as I had originally predicted. KAT trigger, more magazines, and possibly a new stock are next on the list. Already received the TSM200 tech sights and GI sling.

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