Marlin 795 22LR AUTO CLIP 10 RD SYN Marlin 795 22LR AUTO CLIP 10 RD SYN
Model 70680 Condition Factory New Bud's Item # 41174 UPC 026495077501
SIGHTS:Open Rifle Sights
ADDL INFO:Swivel Studs
Specifications Action Semi-Automatic Caliber 22 Long Rifle Barrel Length 18.0" Capacity 10+1 Trigger Single-Stage Safety Crossbolt Length 37" Weight 4.5 lbs Stock Synthetic Black Finish Blued *Please Note!! Many of our pictures are stock photo's provided to us by the manufacturer and do not necessarily represent the actual item being purchased. Please verify this picture accurately reflects the product described by the title and description on this page before you place your order.
Customer Reviews 27 Customer Reviews Average 4.9 out of 5 Katherine W Buds did a great job, getting the 795 to my local FFL dealer. Ordered on Friday, and he had it on Monday. They should take great pride in how they operate. Four stars though. Not that it's Buds fault. But my 795 had a pretty good ding, on the front sight. Didn't affect how it shot. But needed to put some Vans blueing on it, just to keep it from rusting. Shot like a dream!!! Will continue to buy from Buds from now on! Several more purchases, in the future. 2 months ago Rufus B The Marlin 795 .22lr is an excellent value. I’ve been using this gun for about four months now and it has been a joy to use. The gun is your standard semi-automatic .22lr. There is nothing special about it. It just does what it’s supposed to do. It is consistently reliable and extremely accurate.
The gun accepts a wide variety of magazines. Marlin sells approved 7 and 10 bullet magazines. Other manufacturers sell 25 banana clips and even 75 round cylinder magazines. The barrel is not threaded. Unlike the Ruger 10/22, you can’t attach a silencer or other modifications. That’s okay for me. I live in a state that prohibits such modifications. Other people may want a Ruger if they plan on heavily modifying their .22lr.
I attached a 3-9x40mm Bushnell scope onto the gun. It’s extremely accurate (sub 1” MOA) within 25-50 yards. After about 70 yards there is considerable drop. This isn’t surprising considering that’s just the ballistics of a .22lr round. This gun is great for target shooting and hunting under 70 yards. After 70 yards the gun is still accurate but you have to be willing to adjust to the considerable drop. For instance, this gun would still be fine for hunting at 100-150 yards but you would have to have considerable practice to gauge the drop.
The gun is not 100% reliable. Out of every 20 rounds there are 1-2 FTFs. I’ve gone through about 700 rounds of various Aguila ammunition. It may be the ammunition. Or, it may just be the nature of using rimfired ammunition. I’m not sure. This gun is fine for plinking and hunting but I wouldn’t use it for home defense or anything else that must be 100% reliable. 3 months ago Show More Reviews...