Gun Parts has the schematic. Might be enough to jog your memory.
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This is a discussion on Marlin 60 within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Anybody know where I can get step by step instructions on how to reassemble the trigger control group on a Marling 60 22 rifle? I ...
Anybody know where I can get step by step instructions on how to reassemble the trigger control group on a Marling 60 22 rifle? I was cleaning mine and thought I could remember how to put it back together but apparently I can't. I have all the parts, just don't know how they all fit together.
I think I have it all figured out except for the Sear and Sear spring. I can't figure out how it goes together. Any suggestions?
A Google search for "marlin 60 trigger assembly" found the following: Marlin Model 60 Disassembly/Takedown.
I love the internet. I don't know what I'd do without it actually. That's bad aint it?
It is a nice thing to have at ones disposal RamRod.I kinda like it myself...
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AR. CHL Instr. 07/02 FFL
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I bet over 90% of what I have learned about firearms in the last 10 years has been due to internet research. Ya just have to weed through a bit of garbage occassionally to get to the nuggets of truth some times.
As for the Model 60... I just bought my first Model 60 in over 40 years last weekend. What a great way to remember many hours of youthful fun. As a kid, I never knocked one down to do a thorough cleaning. Just locked the bolt back, dropped a bobbie pin on a string through the barrel, and pulled a small flannel patch soaked with Mom's sewing machine oil through the bore. But, that's about all we did with most of the family firearms. And now???? I have multiple coated cleaning rods, punches, screwdrivers, jags, boresnakes, solvents.... and the internet
I did strip it down to the bolt removal for pre-shoot cleaning, and didn't find it all that easy to replace the bolt and recoil spring as the guy in the above link. I'm sure it gets easier, as I no longer understand the complaints about field stripping the Ruger .22 pistols after having done it a few dozen (hundred?) times.