Re: Marlin tube-fed rimfire bolt guns?

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It isn't bolt action but it is a Marlin M1-99 Tube fed 22LR.
Marlin M1 99.jpeg
My Dad bought it for me in 1967. Unfortunately I can't shot it at a range because the Bolt can't be looked in the open position. Later models did have the bolt locking open.
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Re: Marlin tube-fed rimfire bolt guns?

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Your range does not allow the use of those plastic chamber flags to show the gun is unloaded and safe from a distance?
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Re: Marlin tube-fed rimfire bolt guns?

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Bisbee wrote: Sun Jun 20, 2021 3:38 am Your range does not allow the use of those plastic chamber flags to show the gun is unloaded and safe from a distance?
They probably do allow that. I just haven't shot it in decades. If I shoot 22s It is my Ruger Mark III.
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