Guess I'm a collector now. I think the tube spring is another feeding failure point. For the exact year of production of your firearm you will have to locate dedicated Marlin collectors. I have a 989M2 M1 styled but has box mag instead of tube like 99M1 that needs sights, a new stock and barrel band. Many off-site friendships have formed with others who share the same interests in the outdoors through the site. It appears to be ammo related.
Nah, it actually had a problem extracting, rather than feeding, It just needed the whole new feed ramp assembly, which is easy to do on these. Be careful and have fun. A bunch of parts were missing. However, not all late model parts between the Marlin 780 and Marlin 80 will interchange with those models made in the pre-70s. The Blazers and Remingtons both have higher muzzle energies than the Federal 135 and 150 vs 125 ft lbs respectively.
I pick te ones I like for my guns and write the info for the video on a piece of paper and seal it up with clear contact paper and keep that information in my gun cleaning box for future use if I need to refreash my mind. But to answer your price question. I generally shoot Velocitors through my 39, but I'm thinking they will be a little on the hot side for this gun and expensive. We focus primarily on original factory manufactured parts with minimal wear for obsolete firearms, but also stock parts for modern firearms as well as a limited number of reproduction parts. No bolt release lever in trigger guard.
The actions do get gunky after a few thousand rounds and few owners seem to do anything more than brush out the barrel, leaving the action to chew up all the gunk on its own. There are probably other forums or sites dedicated exclusively to these rifles. I had a 75, sold it to a buddy, it has an issue feeding, but I still wish I had kept it, those things are small and light! That trigger upgrade might be something to add as well - a good trigger plays a big role in accuracy. I don't know if that info helps. Then, in the early 2000s the length of the barrel was reduced from 22 to 19 inches 559 to 483 mm , to match the length of the reduced length magazine. Follow me on my daily video posts and adventures! Hardly a scratch on it and close to 2k rnds shot without any issues.
Long story and a broken e-ring clip later I had a bunch of action parts. Manuals are available by download from Marlin's website:. This is the Glenfield 60, not the original scope produced by Marlin from 1966 to 1982. The downside is it jams every other round. Squirrels can be a lot of fun and are great to eat. I recently bought a 550 value brick of Federal copper plated and the rifle has problems with it.
They generally do not like hollow point bullets as they are flat nosed and longer than round nosed bullets. It was one of Michigan's first social networks. There doesn't seem to be enough blowback to activate the bolt and chamber the next round, I have to do it manually. High velocity ammo doesn't appear to do this. Cycle the action to load the ammo.
. It was nice quiet afternoon and I had the woods all to my self. I have a unique model 60 haha. At one table the same gun can differ a lot in price. My wife received one of these Glenfield Model 60s new around 1974 plus or minus a year. Your model 75C probably had more of an issue with ammo.
Those rifles with those two features are among the most sought after Model 60s. But once it manages to auto-load it works fine. I assume you have cleaned it well. I took it apart when I was 18, with the hammer cocked. The Glenfield name was added for sales to coast-to-coast chain-stores versus stores that were specific Marlin dealer stores.