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Gun ** Marlin 795 Semi Auto 22 Combo $139.99 at Dunhams with coupon

frugalfan 53 September 6, 2012 at 04:40 PM in Sporting Goods (2) More Dunhams Sports Deals
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Decent price for a decent .22 rifle. I realize that Academy Sports has the rifle without the scope for the same price everyday, but not everyone lives close to those stores. This is another option.. Excellent for Appleseed events, or for an early purchase for the holidays.

In Store Coupon is good thru November 15th. Can be used via Smartphone too.

From the website:

Marlin 795 Semi Auto 22 Combo

18” Barrel
10 shot clip magazine
Adjustable sights with swivel studs
Bonus scope included
Must present Hot Deals Coupon in store to receive special Value Price.

Hot Deals Coupon
Original: $170.00
Value Price: $139.99
Saving: 18%
*Inventory may vary by store. Visit the Store Locator for details and contact info. Check out the Weekly Ad for additional savings.
Product Link http://www.dunhamssports.com/prod...-22-black/

Coupon link http://www.dunhamssports.com/wp-c...5c95a0.jpg

They also have listed a few other gun/ammo deals that may interest people who shop there regularly. I only was interested in the Marlin.
Hot Deals page http://www.dunhamssports.com/prod.../?all=true
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#2
Thanks for the post. Yall have to forgive me, I don' t know much about guns, but I saw this "ak-47" 22 cal gun and had to share.

I have nothing against shooting a 22, cheap bullets, good for practice and small game. It just made me laugh to think of a 22 in the shape of an AK.

http://www.dunhamssports.com/prod...cal-rifle/
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Nice 22 rifle but the magazines are expensive, more expensive than the glock's even
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These were $95-$100 after rebate all last year without scope. (Academy even had them for $90 on Black Friday.) I swear I was seeing them on sale at Dunhams within the last six months for like $120 max with scope and no rebate. And seeing the Marlin 60 for $140 and like $160 with scope.

Maybe prices just jumped when I wasn't looking, but, for instance, going to that link and searching for "Marlin" brings up the 60 for $189. But I can click on their weekly flyer, and it's on sale for $159.

I don't even see what kind of scope it is. I assume just a x4.

Looks like the Savage is also an option at this price.
And, damn, same thing, that link shows the Savage combo for $170, but I click the weekly circular and it's $140.
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Nice deal for a kit. (wonder what the scope is) Mags are a bit pricey vs handguns but this is a rifle and with 10 shots I'd like to think you'll hit whatever you were aiming at by then (these sorts of guns are more for hunting than life at the range, no?)
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Normally you should be leary about cheap guns, but the Marlin 795 is highly rated on Bud's. Even Nutnfancy loves it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzUb2_sWorE

It looks like you can get larger mags. I love .22s and might have to get one.
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Love my 35 year old Marlin semi - great gun!
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Quote from Sterman View Post :
Normally you should be leary about cheap guns, but the Marlin 795 is highly rated on Bud's. Even Nutnfancy loves it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzUb2_sWorE

It looks like you can get larger mags. I love .22s and might have to get one.
I have had my 795 for a few months now. Overall, I am generally pleased with it. The only thing I'm not too happy with is that I am having a problem with the trigger pull. It has gone in for warranty service once but the problem is starting to arise again. Once we get that figured out I will be totally satisfied.

Regarding higher capacity mags, I have a Champion brand 25 round mag. I believe it is just a rebranded Shooter's Ridge, which is widely reviewed negatively online. However, I followed some advice online and sanded and polished the feed ramp and the exterior where it fits into the gun and now I have zero problems with it at all. I can easily blow through all 25 rounds as fast as I can pull the trigger without a single misfire and then rinse and repeat. Smilie I paid about $20 for mine at the local Sportsman's Warehouse B&M. They also sell the 7 round Marlin brand mags (meant for the bolt action but I believe they fit the 795) for around $10-$15 I think.
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How does this compare to a ruger 10/22 ?
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Quote from ersatz View Post :
How does this compare to a ruger 10/22 ?
Cheaper, synthetic vs. wood, probably shoots straighter, not as customizable.
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Cheaper, synthetic vs. wood, probably shoots straighter, not as customizable.
Wait, which one shoots straighter and is not as customizable?
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How does this compare to a ruger 10/22 ?
Quite simply, you cannot go wrong with a 10/22. *I* haven't heard the name Marlin since I was a kid. The Ruger, on the other hand, is still top-rated after many decades.
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For the money, the 10/22 is the best .22 rifle on the market IMO. I have 3 of em in various conversion stocks.
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Quote from Deusxmachina View Post :
Cheaper, synthetic vs. wood, probably shoots straighter, not as customizable.
The Marlin is more accurate than the Ruger? I may have to get one; we've been 'driving tacks' with our three 10/22s for a long time; nothing like an Anschutz, but no one in MY family can do justice to that. If I can get a better tack-driver, with a scope, for $180, I'm in!
Please advise before they're sold out.

Customize? Gee, we've never done that. When we want an AR, we buy an AR!
I do know that it is a popular thing to do, but it doesn't seem to improve functioning.
I don't think the squirrels go home and say "I outran a 10/22 with rails, tripod, folding stock and 4-slice toaster; drinks are on me!"
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Quote from Deusxmachina View Post :
These were $95-$100 after rebate all last year without scope... Maybe prices just jumped when I wasn't looking...
I don't even see what kind of scope it is. I assume just a x4.
Quote from holysin View Post :
Nice deal for a kit. (wonder what the scope is)
Yeah, I think I got mine for $90 2 blackfridays ago. The prices have gone up a bit and I'm not sure why... maybe because it's an election year again. (sigh)
And I don't remember off hand, but the scope is a cheap little 3x or maaaybe 4x, but it does the job well enough. i have no big complaints about mine.

Quote from ersatz View Post :
How does this compare to a ruger 10/22 ?
Quote from tooslow View Post :
Quite simply, you cannot go wrong with a 10/22. *I* haven't heard the name Marlin since I was a kid. The Ruger, on the other hand, is still top-rated after many decades.
Quote from 47_MasoN_47 View Post :
For the money, the 10/22 is the best .22 rifle on the market IMO. I have 3 of em in various conversion stocks.
Marlin is a good deal cheaper, and if you haven't heard much about them its because you're not listening very well Smilie They still make a lot of rifles (often same ones for many decades now) that work great. Once you get this sighted in, it will work great. I will say that if you're picking this up and don't know much about rimfire... they're dirty. a lot of crap collects around the lip of the chamber and in the spot where the extractor sits. If you don't clean it well, you'll get light strikes from the bolt not being seated right and failures to extract/eject. After the first few hundred rounds without cleaning i had this problem until I scrubbed out the spots i mentioned. then it was flawless again. This is the rifle I hand to people who have never shot a rifle before because I know that it's going to hit the bullseye for them.
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