If you are asking accuracy, then it really depends on the shooter. In the hands of a skilled shooter, you might milk 200 yards plus. The round is considered by most a brush gun and most shots/kills should be held within 100 yards for accuracy and knock down capablity as it isn't a real hard hitter. I mean offense by this as that round has probably killed more deer than any other round in the U.S.AnswerI agree. We're talking about "effective range" here. A rifle of this caliber can probably propel a bullet 2 miles or so. But, if sighted 2 inches high at 100 yards, the bullet will be 4 to 6 inches low, from line of sight, at 200 yards. You can check the exact trajectory numbers in any reloading manual. That means that on a deer 200 yards distant, you don't have to hold high to account for bullet drop, and still be well within the 18 inch "vital area". That's why you might call 200 yards the "effective" or "point-blank" range of the 30:30 cartridge. By comparison, because of higher velocity, a .308 or 30:06, properly sighted, has a "point=blank" range of 300 yards or so. It's good to remember that the bullet can go a LOT farther than these distances if not stopped by a target. Also, the distance a given marksman can hit a target at depends largely on skill and knowledge of the trajectory of the rifle. The 30:06 was the standard cartridge at the Wimbledon 1,000 yard rifle matches for many years. Answersee the hornady bullets with red tips rise 2 or 3 inches at 100 yards then drop 13 inches at 200 yards
It will fire the 30-30 win.marked ammo.This will be visable on the box of cartridges that you will buy.
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A Marlin Model 60 fires a .22 Long Rifle cartridge. The Marlin Model 60 fires a .22 LR cartridge.
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It's the Sailfish.2nd is Swordfish & 3rd is the Marlin. Kind of like the Swordfish family (Swordfish,Sailfish,Marlin) is the fastest,huh?
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An angle has no distance and so there is no angle which is the same distance apart.
You did NT say what kind of rifle, and that can make a difference. The lack of a letter prefix indicates a newer rifle. You can contact Marlin customer service through their website.
Your marlin should be marked on the side of the barrel as to which type of 22 ammo it needs.example of 22 short,22long.22 long rifle,22magnum.
The metric unit for distance/length is the metre, but what kind of formula are you asking for?
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AFAIK, Marlin has not released that kind of data. You could try Brophy's book on Marlin History. Over 20 variations were made between 1956 and 1988. See related links below for sn look up.