This 22 caliber rimfire rifle from Marlin is perfect for target practice and small game. The bolt-action 22 is are reliable, accurate and fun to shoot. They come in several different models, with tube magazines; synthetic, hardwood or laminated stocks; ramp sights, hood sights or fiber-optic sights. It has Marlin innovations such as the Pro-Fire Adjustable Trigger and Micro-Groove rifling. The XT-22 series comes chambered in 22 Short/22 Long/22 Long Rifle or 22 Winchester Magnum Rifle (WMR).
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Action : Bolt
Caliber : 22 Short/Long/Long Rifle
Barrel Length : 22.0"
Capacity : 17 LR/25 Short/19 Long
Trigger : Adjustable
Safety : Manual Thumb
Stock Description : Synthetic Black
Metal Finish : Stainless Steel
Barrel Description : Stainless Steel
Receiver Material : Stainless Steel
Sights : Semi-Buckhorn Rear, Ramp Front, Grooved
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Submitted By: Timothy L M. On 10/27/2014
I have long been a 10/22 fan, but after recently deciding to build a custom one that could only do 2" groups at 25 yards, I decided that I would take a look see at what was out there on the market. Also, I wanted to be able to shoot 22 shorts, longs, and long rifles, so a tube loader was what I was looking for. The Marlin XT-22TSR caught my eye. Seemed to be everything I wanted, long barrel (22") adjustable trigger, and synthetic stock. I was really happy with the rifle upon unboxing it. The barrel is pretty heavy, definitely heavier than a lot of stock barrels. I did not throw my caliper on it, but it is somewhere between a "regular" and a bull barrel. Now, for the scope mounting. Very important! The receiver is grooved to accept 3/8 dove tail rings, but it is also drilled and tapped so you can attach picatinny rails. Now, before you go out and get two #12 picatinny mounts for this, I STRONGLY recommend that you do a Google search for Diversified Innovative Products (DIP) and check out their line of ONE PIECE mounts for Marlins. They have both silver and black finishes available in both standard and 25MOA models. Yes, they cost a little more, but if you want the best picatinny mount you can get for the XT22, I would say this was it. I used a DIP model 15016 mount with high Warne rings, and I kinda cheaped out on the scope using a limited run BSA 8-32x40 scope with a BDC reticle and adjustable objective. Off to the range I go. I chose Remington 36 grain Viper ammo for my test shots (hard to find now, but I had stocked up) I did not have a bipod on the gun because it is going to take some fabrication due to the molded in swivel attachments on the synthetic stock, so I was just using my range bag as rest on the shooting bench. After normal dialing in, I was getting nickel size groups at 50 yards. As soon as I get a bipod rigged up, I think those groups will be even smaller. The fit and finish of the XT-22 was very nice. No tooling marks on the steel. The synthetic stock had a few edges where the plastic needed edges shaved off, but all in all a real great gun for the money.
[5 of 5 Stars]
Submitted By: steve l. On 02/19/2013
I borrowed a blued version of this rifle from a friend, and found the accuracy superb, the trigger crisp, and it was lots of fun to shoot with economical ammo. Hope it is in stock soon, I anxiously want to own the stainless steel version of this rifle
[4 of 5 Stars]