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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Marlin Model 60 SS

    Thanks all...I'll check out the links.

    Used Federal Automatch and Federal Champion if it matters...
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Marlin Model 60 SS

    I only in the past five or so years bought several of these 60s used . What I have learned ,they are very reliable when clean and properly adjusted on the "ejector wire " the last one I bought would "stove pipe " and not always feed , needed the "nickle " adjustment on the wire . Works beautiful now .

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Marlin Model 60 SS

    Finally got to it. The nickel did the trick. Thanks for the info!
    Small hand made batches of beef jerky...Mountain Meats and More on Face Book

  4. #14
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    Nov 2013
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    Erie (Harborcreek), Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Marlin Model 60 SS

    Quote Originally Posted by Roadking View Post
    Finally got to it. The nickel did the trick. Thanks for the info!
    Great! They're great little guns, once you learn the tricks. Check out Rimfire Central forum for some info on lightening the trigger. There's some easy tricks that don't take a lot of work. Easiest is replacing the trigger return spring.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Marlin Model 60 SS

    Quote Originally Posted by 57springer View Post
    I have learned to use lube very sparingly on these 60s . They like grafite powder the best.
    I just use a drop or two of Rem oil inside the receiver where the bolt slides, and just rub it around. I've gotten kind of lazy, and haven't cleaned it lately, but it will shoot and cycle fine as long as you stay away from crap like Thunderbolts.

  6. #16
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    FTKC, Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Marlin Model 60 SS

    Quote Originally Posted by SevenMilePete View Post
    But if you don't want to bother fixing, I'll take it it off your hands for 100 bucks. Sight unseen. :-)
    I'll go $105

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