Marlin Model 795 22LR 18" Barrel Black Synthetic Stock 10rd Mag
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Marlin Model 795 22LR 18" Barrel Black Synthetic Stock 10rd Mag

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22 Long Rifle
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Self-loading rifle in .22 LR only. Micro-Groove barrel, black synthetic Monte Carlo stock with molded-in checkering and steel swivel studs. Adjustable rear and ramp front sights with brass bead. Grooved. Cross bolt safety, manual bolt hold-open and automatic last-shot bolt hold-open. Nickel-plated clip magazine. Clip feed.
This rugged, economical 22 self-loader has the wide appeal that's made it a winner. The lightning-fast Model 795 features an 18" barrel, 10-shot clip magazine, and an automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-open. Its stock is black fiberglass-reinforced synthetic with molded-in checkering and swivel studs. it's fitted with an adjustable open rear sight and a ramp front sight.
Caliber 22 Long Rifle only Capacity 10-shot nickel-plated clip magazine Action Self loading; side ejection; automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-open; manual bolt hold-open; cross-bolt safety. Stock Monte Carlo black fiberglass-filled synthetic with swivel studs and molded-in checkering. Barrel 18" with Micro-Groove® rifling (16 grooves). Twist Rate 1:16" r.h. Sights Adjustable open rear, ramp front sight. Receiver grooved for scope mount. Overall Length 37" Weight 4.5 lbs. (Specifications subject to change without notice)
  • Category : Rifles
  • Action : Semi-Automatic
  • Caliber : 22 Long Rifle
  • Barrel Length : 18.0"
  • Capacity : 10+1
  • Trigger : Single-Stage
  • Safety : Crossbolt
  • OAL : 37"
  • Weight : 4.5 lbs
  • Stock Description : Synthetic Black
  • Metal Finish : Blued

10 Reviews

  • Best 22 I have ever had

    Posted by j on Nov 1st 2014

    Just picked this up for my son ..., love this little gun, super light and easy for a child to use,

  • awsome gun

    Posted by bill on Sep 19th 2013

    I just bought my 795 this past weekend. Right out of the box sighted in with less than 10 rounds. With out cleaning or oiling shot 1500 rounds in just about a half hour. Had no FTF. Or any problems.

  • Excellent .22lr rifle

    Posted by John on Apr 13th 2013

    Bought here in CA. Can't say anything but good things about the Marlin 795. Its relatively cheap as a sub $200 22 rifle,light and easy to operate. Everything a 22 should be! Having put around 300 rounds through it so far its broken in fairly well. First shoot had many misfeeds and failures from firing it dry and using Mini Mags. Second shoot lubed the weapon with Frog Lube, had only one stovepipe, using Federal and Remington bulk. Third shoot only had problems with one magazine failure to feed and that was when it got dirty, again using Mini Mags. Some people harp on about the lack of accessories but they are out there: Williams Fire Sights, Tech Sights, Boyds stocks, DIP trigger guard assembly ...
    One gripe is the moulded eyelets for a sling. Wish they would come with steel sling swivels instead. I modified the stock by filing the front eyelet down, drilled it and installed a sling swivel myself. Now I can attach bipod legs.
    As a first gun you can't go wrong, especially for the price.

  • Great shooting Rifle

    Posted by Ted on Jul 28th 2012

    Have had a 795 for a few years. Great little rifle. One of the best shooting rifles i have ever touched. Fitted mine with a 3x9x32 scope and can hit a milk jug cap 10 out of 10 times at 100yrds with CCI stinger ammo.

  • You can get a 25 round magazine now, too

    Posted by roblimo on Jul 5th 2011

    I love my little Marlin 795. Simple, doesn't need much cleaning, and with only two screw holding the receiver, what little cleaning it needs takes two minutes if you go slow.

    So far maybe 300 rounds, shot every time with factory 10-rnd nickel mag loaded 9-up (because I'm conservative). Now playing with a 38mm Leapers red dot sight - the rifle + sight are more accurate than my old eyes with old bifocals; I can hit a pieplate just about every time at 25 yards, most of the time at 50 yards. Will surely get better when I get new glasses...

    I just got a new-on-the-market Shooters Ridge 25 round mag for my 795, too -- put about 50 test rounds through it, no FTF, no problems. Only thing is, my BabyUpLula speedloader doesn't fit this larger magazine. Hopefully MagLula or someone will come out with one soon. Would be easy to mod a Butler Creek 10/22 mag loader, I think, too. We'll see...

  • A good choice

    Posted by OLDFART2 on May 12th 2011

    Just purchased this. Was a good choice. I got it with Simmons 3-9x32 scope also a good choice. Broke in the weekend it took about 20 shots to site it in. and WOW.....

  • Great Value

    Posted by Knifetools on Dec 21st 2010

    This is a great rifle for the money. I was able to pick one up new for about $100 after a mail in rebate. It has worked out really well for my kids. It is light weight and easy to operate. I have a small scope on it and this is their favorite rifle to shoot. It is also very accurate. I have been able to hit a half dollar size aluminum coin at 50 yards. As someone else already said not many accessories for this rifle. No failures of any kind thus far after about 500 rounds. Very fun to shoot.

  • Marlin 795

    Posted by Chad on Dec 15th 2010

    great gun. accurate and reliable. only have had one problem with it, every once in a while (every 300 or 400 rounds) it wont load the last round in the magazine. i got mine at cal ranch for $100 after a $25 rebate.

  • Great for what it is

    Posted by Nate on Dec 14th 2010

    If you want a good 22lr that won't cost a ton, and you don't want to "customize" it like many do with the 10/22 then this is a great choice. It's built well and the accuracy is excellent. It was more accurate than my 10/22 before putting a new sear in the trigger and now their about the same. I have no complaints.

  • marlin 795

    Posted by Travis S on Nov 13th 2010

    The marlin 795 is a great little rifle with dead on accuracy. The synthetic stock helps keep the weight down. I have used my 795 for small game hunting and plinking and find it very enjoyable. There are some draw backs to the rifle such as there are not as many accessories available compared to Rugers 10/22, there are no real high cap mags available (10 rounds being the highest) and those mags available are fairly expensive. Beware of bulk cheap ammo because there are duds and usually have 2-3 per 100 that won?t fire the first time through. I have never had a problem with the thousands of CCI mini-mags I have fired. Note this rifle is not rated for hyper velocity ammo. The rifle is extremely safe with a cross bolt safety, bolt hold open after last shot and a mag detach safety. This rifle would be great for younger children for training/hunting as well as adults. It is simple, safe and accurate I would recommend it for beginners and not serious 22lr enthusiasts. If I had the choice again I would go with the marlin 60 for the reason of a 14 round cap instead of 10. Mine is equipped with a bipod and small scope making it ideal for varmint, and if you are willing to over look the lack of accessories and low magazine capacity it is a great rifle for the money and will never let you down. I purchased mine last year around Christmas and with the mail in rebate that marlin is always doing I paid around $100 at dicks sporting goods.

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