Get a larger tip for your cleaning rod.
My Glenfield Model 25 has a micro-groove barrel,so I imagine others do as well.
The serial number on a Glenfield model 20 is located on the left side right behind the barrel on the outside of the breech.
Occasionally can be found on eBay. Replacing the barrel on that model requires specialized tools, gauges and considerable gunsmthing ability.
Answer the glenfield by marlin is compatible with marlin 120 12ga barrels are available for the 120 the only difference is the stocks wich are also interchangable the 120 is higher quality I love my glenfieldThat model is obsolete and you are not going to find a slug barrel. If you must use slugs, you can have the existing barrel modified to accept interchangeable choke tubes and use a rifled tube when shooting slugs.
No, do not put any lube in the barrel, but on the threads.
There is not.
Could be calilber, could be action type (single shot, bolt, pump, full auto), could be barrel length
Mine says. short-long & long rifle, right on the barrel.
The Glenfield 75c .22 long rifle is a fine rifle. simple, short, with a squirrel on the handle if you are lucky. they retail used in gun shops (2008) for around $100. I purchased mine in Oregon for $99. The shop had the Glenfield 75, with the longer barrel for $89. I prefer the shorter barrel of the model c, it feels really ballanced and is great for woodland hunting. -whooise
Pull it through the barrel
Not usually. The bore diameter of a .177 cal. is smaller. If the rod did fit the bore, the brush or jag wouldn't.
Ensure the firearm is unloaded and clear, get a cleaning rod and a bore brush, and run it through the barrel.
A jag is the tip on a cleaning rod that holds a cloth patch for swabbing the inside of the barrel.
The Glenfield model 75C is a carbine variant of the Marlin model 60 produced for 1975 to 1992 by th m Mrlin Firearms Company under the name of Glenfield. Differences include shorter 18 inch barrel compared to the Marlin's 20. Length of pull on the Glenfield is shorter. The Glenfield also has a shorter and lower capacity magazine tube. The Glenfield hold 9 shots in the magazine, while current Marlins hold 15. Nearly all parts are interchangeable, and the Glenfield can be converted to modern full sized Marlin 60 specifications if desired.
Open bolt, elevate barrel, pull trigger , catch bolt before it hits the ground
Get a gun cleaning kit. Get the lubricant-cleaner, and polish the whole gun, even the stock. Lubricate the bolt by pulling it out and cleaning it, and take the ramrod out from under the barrel and put a piece of cloth with some cleaner on it and run it through the barrel.
Either. In general, slugs can be fired through any standard shotgun barrel. An exception is for Extra Full Chokes, which are not standard. Best accuracy with slugs in probably modified choke.
Only the smaller barrel one does
On my model 20 its on the left side of the barrel directly up from the clip.
write to marlin with any and all writngs/markings on reciever/barrel and serial numbers
older because is your tube fed long or short then the barrel mine comes to the top new are short.Your serial number indicates that your Glenfield model 60 was made in the year 1981.
Need a better deccription. Is it single action(cowboy gun), or is it double action(police gun)? Do you know the model name?(should be on the barrel) More info gets better answers.
Best to ask a gunsmith for help.
NO. You clean a barrel with a cleaning kit. Magnum loads are fired only in arms designed for them.
Right underneath the main barrel is another much smaller barrel. Pull on this barrel and it releases opening the gun so that the caps can be placed.