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Parts for Marlin Model 60 22 Semi-Auto?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by msta999, Jun 21, 2009.

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  1. msta999

    msta999 Member

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    I am looking for part no. 10 and the pin for it. Anyone know anywhere I can find a new one? Here is a pic, but this place doesn't have it. I have had this rifle since I was a kid, got it from my dad and it has been sitting for over 15 year, now it won't eject shells and the action is real sticky. This little roller doesn't roll very good. I took it apart and it is all chewed up.

    http://www.e-gunparts.com/productschem.asp?chrMasterModel=082Zz60%20OLD%20STYLE
     
  2. moosehunt

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    The place I always turn to first is Jack First. The reason is that they usually have the part. The last place I look is Gunparts. The reason is that they are rip off artists.
     
  3. Pistol Toter

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    Well, number one, it sounds like it needs to be diassembled and soaked in a good solvent cleaner. Keep in mind that those guns had some internal plastic parts. The plastic may not stands some of that agressive solvent. But if it is sticky and the old gun has been sitting that long, it's gummed up from old oil. I had one of those guns many years ago. I looked at the diagram and can't remember that part. What is it made of? Do you have the original? Mic it out and make a drawing or take it to a machine shop; it maybe a simple part to make out of common bar stock with a minimum amount of fabrication. Keep in mind, those model 60's weren't the most expensive and highest quality. I had one that was pretty good gun; my dads was a piece of junk and scattered rounds all over the place. It maybe better to replace it than spend much money on the gun. Have you talked to Marlin at all?
     
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    http://www.gun-parts.com/marlin/

    http://www.gun-parts.com/marlin/

    http://www.marlinfirearms.com/about/contactus.asp

    A good place for info:

    rimfirecentral.com

    The M60 can be very accurate, but like all rimfires you have to try as many different types of ammo as you can, to find out which groups the best. There are no plastic parts in the action except for the shock buffer. Get a narrow tall plastic bottle pour some Hoppes #9 and drop the action assembly in and swish it around, use a small brush to hit the tight spots. Do this before you order parts. Visit Rimfire central, lots of helpful folks there.
     
  6. JoshRushing

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    Brownells shows to stock one.

    Check the feed throat while you at it. The old styles are problematic.
     
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    Brownells is the most used on Rimfire Central.
     
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    To be redundant...Brownells

    There is a disassembly step-by-step instruction for the 60 on the internet and the man doing it gives you the Brownell's price and I think part number of each part as he takes it off. I think he says Brownells stocks all 60 parts except the receiver and barrel. I know they even carry walnut stocks if you want to replace that less expensive wood with something nicer.
     
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