20 Most Recent Marlin 795 Semi-Automatic -22LR Rimfire Rifle - 70680 Questions & Answers

That's a really strange question, C.J. Can't you just try one and if it's too large, go one smaller? lol Chances are, though, that's it's a 5/64 or 3/32. Those are the two most common Allen screw sizes on guns. If it's not, just go one smaller or larger ;)

Marlin 795... | Answered on Aug 21, 2016

It takes about 250 rounds to break in a gun. Try some hotter ammo and see if the problem disappears, if so, call Marlin and ask them for their solution if you want to keep using Federal, you might want to try some Remington standard velocity target, it is very accurate in most guns.
I would shoot it for at least 500 rounds and clean it from powder debris in chamber and receiver bolt and trigger group and try it again, however don't hesitate to get a hold of Marlin, they are nice folks.

Marlin 795... | Answered on Dec 10, 2014

There are a few disassembly and repair videos some more detailed than others I hope one of these can assist you with your needs.

Marlin 795... | Answered on May 30, 2014

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Optics | Answered on Jan 13, 2021

A) Please don't shout - I for one am still feeling fragile after New Year.

B) A model 700 - what ? More information would be helpful, not to mention essential.

Optics | Answered on Jan 07, 2021

Look through the small end.

Optics | Answered on Jan 03, 2021

This forum is for optics. Please find a more appropriate forum for your query. Thank you.

Optics | Answered on Dec 28, 2020

I have a pair of 10x40B T*P* line. What's the date and worth of these if anybody knows

Optics | Answered on Dec 24, 2020

Spotting scopes are used for several purposes which includes hunting, birding, nature viewing and landscape observation and targeting any distant objects. If this device is used for capturing photos, then the combination of a spotting scope attached with a camera would be helpful for the users. A spotting scope can also be used fort target shooting on which scoring targets on a rifle or archery range. If anyone wishes to buy a spotting scope then one must.
Angled or Straight Scope
Going for a spotting scope based on the users need, the thing that will come first is choosing one between the two - angled spotting scope or straight one.
Here is the Advantage and disadvantage of spotting scope:
Straight Spotting Scopes
  • Easier to quickly find and track moving targets like birds
  • Easier to use if you do most of your birding or game viewing from hides or using a car window clamp
  • Easier to view objects below your own level eg at the bottom of a cliff
  • Can get uncomfortable during prolonged observation periods
  • Digiscoping: depending on the weight of your camera and adapter, gravity can make the set-up less stable and there could be more chance of harming the eyepiece
  • If you're above average height, it can be more expensive to buy a tripod that needs to be stable at 170cm high and above. The larger tripod is also harder to carry about.
  • Harder to view birds in the sky
  • Harder to use if you also plan to use your scope for astronomy
Angled Spotting Scopes
  • Generally more comfortable for prolonged observation periods
  • Easier to view birds in the sky
  • You don't need to raise the tripod so high and often depending on which tripod you have, you don't even need to raise the center column which makes a big difference regarding stability
  • Many prefer an angled for digiscoping, as you can set it at a lower height on your tripod, making it easier to keep it stable, especially in windy conditions
  • Gravity helps keep the camera in place for digiscoping making it more stable and so there is less chance of harming the eyepiece
  • Easier to use if you also plan to use your scope for astronomy
  • Beginners will find the angled scope difficult to trace and detect the moving targets but they will overcome the difficulties over time by being able to handle it. It is more difficult to use when an user utilize this device mostly for birding or viewing game
  • Harder to use if you do most of your birding or game viewing from hides or using a car window clamp
  • Harder to view birds or anything else that is below your own level eg at the bottom of a cliff

Optics | Answered on Dec 24, 2020

Request the manual from Oggi.

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Optics | Answered on Nov 14, 2020

Request from the manufacturer/distributor

Optics | Answered on Nov 14, 2020

It's just half a binocular, or a hand held telescope that uses prisms to reduce the physical size.

A monocular is a modified refracting telescope used to magnify the images of distant objects by passing light through a series of lenses and usually prisms, the application of prisms resulting in a lightweight, compact telescope.
Monocular - Wikipedia

Optics | Answered on Nov 10, 2020

Optronics is the maker. Contact details as on this page

For more information, contact Optronics Inc., Dept. ST, 401 S. 41st St., Muskogee, OK 74403; (800) 364-5483; www.optronics.com.


Optics | Answered on Nov 10, 2020

Yes, you will need a license to operate as a gunsmith in the United States. However, you won't need a gunsmithing license. As far as I know, no US state requires that gunsmiths have a state-issued license. This means you also won't need to undergo any training or take part in any type of apprenticeship in order to become a gunsmith. You'll become a gunsmith the moment you start claiming to be one.

If you are wondering that type of license gunsmiths need, that'd be a Federal Firearms License (FFL). This type of license is a basic requirement for any business that plans on working with firearms within the United States. To get one, you'll need to fulfill some basic requirements, including going through an interview and an inspection of your future workplace. It's generally not hard to get an FFL.

But again, since this is a general license and not something made for gunsmiths, you won't have to prove yourself a competent gunsmith to get one. You'll just have to show that you understand the basics of gun safety and meet their requirements.

If you'd like to become a gunsmith, this guide can help you get started.

Optics | Answered on Oct 12, 2020

It was made after 1966. If you see on the barrel and if it says Stratford Ct it was made 1970-1980. The current manufacturer does not keep records of the older models.

Optics | Answered on Oct 06, 2020

I this you can find it on https://scopefacts.com/best-rifle-scope-for-deer-hunting/

Optics | Answered on Oct 05, 2020

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