I need a Marlin #60 magazine

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  1. 45nut

    45nut New Member

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    Does anyone know a parts place with any in stock?? Are these the new GOLD standard?? Any help will be appreciated.

    Point this wayfaring stranger in the right direction. :D
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    15 or 18 round ? i actually have one here a 18 round one i got a part by mistake and i cant get it back in time to refund or exchange as they take so long to get here

    yours if you can use it , but the 15 is a different thread so you dont get em mixed ( or so i have read )
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  3. 45nut

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    :mad: Rats, mine is the shorter one. Too bad we can't help each other out.


    BTW, did you see Romney's 9-11 speech? Very presidential.

    Ode to joy that he wins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    not a real fan of romney , he's too exposed to the fed and the rest of its ilk

    but vote him in ,

    obozo out
    start your own party based on the constitution as thats fair to everyone

    and educate your nation as to whats screwed your nation then win and fix it

    and May The Good Lord bless your efforts
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    Brownells usually has both but they are out. I would at least put one on backorder with them. They usually get parts back in stock right quick.
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    cheaper than dirt has marlin mags?
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    not for the tubular for the marlin #60
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    check out "numrichgunparts.com" they have all kinds of parts for marlin and many others.. just make sure u give them the model # and type of mag u need. are u sure of the model # i am thinking all model 60's had tubular mag unless some one changed it around with dif stock and parts,, this is possible.. double check what u have
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    numnerich, midway, brownells, bobs .....all I've checked are out of stock

    any more places to check??
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    I've ordered stuff from these people before but it appears they are on backorder too. It seems Marlin is falling behind in producing new ones. I've seen them do that on other parts recently. It took me 9 months to get a trigger guard for a 795 from Marlin. They are still floundering under the pressure of the switch over to new owners. Eventually I'm sure they will get it right but in the meantime I would check the gun auction sites. I'm almost tempted to part out my old 60 since I really don't need 2. I'm sure I could sell parts and make money just like a real part seller but the rifle works so I'd hate to part out a perfectly good rifle(well almost - I need a better stock for it - the kids sorta redesigned the original one). I've been waiting for Numrich to get one of the cheap stocks available for months and months but I guess they are never going to get any. Heck I have a second working action I could trade for one if I could find a cheaper stock. I don't really want to cough up enough money for a walnut stock.
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    Oops! I assumed the OP was looking for the inner magazine for some reason. They call both a magazine for some reason. Beats me why. At any rate the link I posted is only to inner tubes.
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    did a quick search and such and again no glasses ,

    sorry , i'll get used to the fact i gotta wear em for anything close now

    my arms just aint long enough no more
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    Old Style = pre-ban 18-round mags...
    New Style = 15 round After Bill Clinton's Assault Weapons Ban mag...

    Bill shafted every gun owner in America...and I just wanna smack any gun owner that's dumb enough to vote for his Wife/Obutthead...
    Reps might not be much better...but at least they don't tend to try to legislate away our guns!!
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    Wasn't it New Jersey's mag limit that caused Marlin to drop the capacity down to 15? It happened in the late 1980's, which was long before HillBilly Clinton took office.
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