From its original owner in Southeast Florida comes this specimen of America’s most popular rifle, the Marlin model 60, Glenfield variant. From this one’s 21 serial number prefix, it was manufactured in 1970. Manufacturer was Marlin Firearms of New Haven, CT. Type is blowback action, tube fed rimfire semi automatic. Chambering is .22 Long Rifle caliber, High Velocity ammunition. Construction is steel barrel, magazine tube, bolt, and internal parts built into a zinc alloy receiver with polymer trigger group and American hardwood one piece stock. Barrel is 22 inch 1:16 micro groove twelve groove right hand rifling. This specimen has had its bore recessed from the muzzle back 3 1/2 inches, with six lateral ports and four vertical ports, perhaps for looks. Sights are screw on ramped blade front, with step elevator rear. Receiver is grooved for 3/8 inch .22 type scope rings. Magazine tube will hold 17 rounds of .22 Long Rifle ammunition, 17 + 1 fully loaded capacity. Bolt operation handle is curved serrated, and depresses to lock the bolt open. Trigger is .250 serrated face, with push button safety for right handed shooters. Buttstock length of pull measures 13 3/4 inches from the trigger face to the end of the butt plate. Stock is plain oil finish with squirrel and oak leaf lateral press checkering. Trigger is two stage, pulls at 5 3/4 pounds with moderate felt creep. Metal finish was originally blue and black anodized; this Marlin has been refinished to a metallic automobile type finish, with plain oil finish to the wood. Surface detractions are moderate, principally gray steel showing on the muzzle area around the porting, and on the sides of the barrel. Stock wear is minimal. We rate this Marlin as Very Good, 75 to 80 percent vicinity by our estimate, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselvs. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. We estimate it has been fired between 1500 and 2000 rounds. We have test fired it with 10 rounds of mixed brand ammunition and no hitches at all. Replacement pricing on a Marlin Model 60 in our area is upwards of $200. We’re offering the 1979 Customized Glenfield 60 in the photos, however, for only $ 119.00.
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