An economically priced rifle that's earned the title of "most popular 22 in the world." Since it was introduced in 1960, it has continuously represented one of America's finest rimfire values. It has a 19" micro-groove rifled barrel, cross-bolt safety, manual bolt hold-open and a patented automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-open. The tubular magazine holds up to 14 Long Rifle rounds. And with features such as its sleek laminate hardwood stock with a walnut finish and a precision-crowned muzzle for enhanced accuracy, it's easy to see why the Model 60 continues to be one of America's best-selling rifles.
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Action : Semi-Automatic
Caliber : 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length : 19.0"
Capacity : 14+1
Trigger : Single-Stage
Safety : Crossbolt
Stock Description : Laminate Hardwood
Metal Finish : Stainless Steel
Muzzle : Crowned
Receiver Material : Aircraft-Grade Aluminum
Sights : Semi-Buckhorn Rear, Ramp Front, Grooved
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Submitted By: James B. On 11/02/2013
I have had 2 model 60's since I was a kid in the seventies and eighties and am kicking myself in the butt for ever letting them go. I bought a stainless Ruger 10-22 some years ago because more aftermarket mod parts were available, but it came time to buy another firearm with my retirement present. I chose the 60 with the stainless barrel and nickle receiver, my first love, and I could have spent over $2,000 on myself. I know with a little smoothing with a whetstone on the bolt action and inside the receiver (20 min. tops) and some Frog Lube premium CLP (smells like mint and the best stuff out there now), this baby will never fail to function. Only a bad round would cause it to fail. Side by side out of the box against my 10-22, give me a choice and I'd grab the Marlin, and it's less expensive. No bolt release to modify and you don't have to modify the mag release or spend another dime for a masterpiece. If you do, purchase see through scope mounts and a decent 3x9x40 satin or black scope, depending on what you think looks better to your eyes. Then you have a simple functional firearm that only needs to be cleaned after a couple of hundred rounds. Get the stainless and it will last 100 years even near any salt water coastline. Your grandchildren's grandkids will thank you, and it's only 50 bucks more.
[5 of 5 Stars]