I didn't buy my Marlin Model 60 22LR Semi-Auto Rifle with wooden stock from Impact Guns, I bought my rifle new in 1975 for just over $80.00 including taxes at Western Auto, but it was called a Limited Edition, with the only difference is the tube magazine will hold 18 rounds, but it's still basically the same rifle, I just wanted to share my experience and opinion about these Marlin Rifles, I still have this same rifle and I'm still using it and have fired thousands of rounds of ammo through it, and I've owned three different 10/22 Ruger rifles in the last 43 years and neither performed as good or was as accurate as the Marlin Model 60. It's extremely accurate with the open sights and as long as you clean your rifle periodically, I never had a jam or misfire. Marlin is one of the most underated brands/models of guns on the market, but they can't be beat as far as performance and durability and I have several different calibers and types of Marlin Rifles, both bolt action and semi-auto, and I have many different other brands/models and calibers of guns, that cost way more money, like I said, Marlin is one of the best on the market and in most cases, you can't beat their prices. My wife has this same Marlin Model 60 Rifle that she bought in 1979, and she's still using her's to present day. For those that like using a scope, you can purchase the scope mounts for this rifle for mounting a scope. If you're looking for a 22LR semi-auto rifle, the Marlin Model 60 rifle in my experience and opinion can't be beat for the performance, accuracy, durability, and price.