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If the Marlin catalog says the model 60 SSK should be 37 inches long with a 19 inch barrel why would one be 41 inches long with a 21 or 22 inch barrel?

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2008-12-24 14:20:01
2008-12-24 14:20:01

Your rifle is not stock you have a replacement barrel and possibly a replacement stock un less you have a special run model . Call them and give them your serial # they can then tell you if its a special edition model or not This was a standard factory rifle made prior to the early 2000's. According to Wikipedia, all model 60 barrels were 22 inches long prior to the early 2000's. The barrels were shortened to 19 inches after that date to match the length of the 14 round tube magazine.

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