Marlin 795

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by gerard488, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. gerard488

    gerard488 Member

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    Got my new 22 today.Marlin 795 stainless , can`t wait to try it out.
    Thanks again to all of you for the advice and opinions
    G
  2. Chinook

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    17 pulls, into the propwash...
    Ooohh! The SS model! I bet thats a purrty lookin plink'r. Congrats on the new purchase, and hope to hear how she treats ya!
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    Enjoy! I love mine.
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    Excellent, good for you,and enjoy. Most important keep the lead flying.:)
  5. Big Shrek

    Big Shrek Well-Known Member

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  6. Brisk44

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    Gee what does one look like I've never seen one before?
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    HHHHMMMMMM still haven't.
  8. gerard488

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    Here it is, Haven`t even fired it yet and I feel younger already

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  9. gerard488

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    Sorry about the size of pic,, cant find a way to remove it and make it smaller
    G
  10. todd51

    todd51 Well-Known Member

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    Now that is a good looking .22.
  11. nynomad

    nynomad New Member

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    Beautiful - now go shoot it!
  12. Juker

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    I encourage everyone here to get a 795. Marlin is running its $25 rebate again (blued barrel version), putting the price of this little beauty at around $100. They're accurate and lightweight. 10-rd mags. Excellent bugout gun as well!
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    Anyone here have any experience with the Papoose? 795 receiver/action but with a removable ss barrel that can be stored in the stock. I think it weighs like 4 pounds.
  14. Big Shrek

    Big Shrek Well-Known Member

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    The Papoose is the BEST break-downable .22lr rifle you can own :D
    The Floating Case is a great way to deal with it...protects in more than one way :D

    The only other fun breaker that worked right was the Marlin 25MB Midget Magnum...
    although I always wished they would have made a Marlin 922 like a Papoose...lot to be said for .22WMR fun!!
  15. Juker

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    I bumped this thread because I noticed that Dick's has the Marlin 795 on sale again, with a rebate from Marlin - bringing the price down to $99 plus tax.

    Do yourself a big favor and get one of these handy little rifles. Heck, get two.

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