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What size ammunition can a marlin model99 rifle fire?

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It should be marked on the barrel

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Look on the barrel, it will be marked as to the proper ammunition.


The Marlin Model 795 rifle does not utilize clips, but has a 10-round detachable box magazine. The rifle itself has a magazine disconnect, and thus will not fire unless a magazine is inserted.


The difference is explained in the name. A rim fire rifle uses ammunition where the hammer strikes the rim of the bullet. In a center fire rifle, the hammer hits the the center of the bullet. Rim fire ammunition is usually small, like a .22, and center fire ammo is generally larger.


NO! Your Marlin model 30aw(all weather) was chambered in 30-30Win.That is the only cartridge that will fire correctly in your rifle.


the ammunition would be the 25-20 Winchester center fire (25-20 WCF). ammunition is still manufactured by Winchester for this rifle.


7.7x58; have it checked over by a gunsmith BEFORE you attempt to fire.


Most ammunition will only fire, without damaging the firearm, it was designed to be used with


Yes. This single-shot rifle can fire 22 short, long, and long rifle. The long rifle preferred by Savage, because of its increased accuracy. Some rifle owners complained about using short ammunition, because the small shell sometimes jamed.


A Marlin model 1889 rifle is valued at between 250-800 dollars for a example with between 10%-70% of its original finish remaining and a half way decent bore.


NEVER FIRE AMMUNITION IN A WEAPON NOT CHAMBERED FOR IT!!!!!!!!!!!! Danger, Danger, Danger,#@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@


The riflewill fire the cartridge but it may not cycle the action (eject the spent brass, recock the striker, load the next round). The quiet .22 ammunition may not have sufficient power to operate the rifle.



They will fire the standard .22 short,.22long,and .22 long rifle cartridges.


your rifle was made by Marlin fire arms co . It is basicly the same gun as a Marlin model 80 your rifle was made in the late 50s early 60s 1958 to around 1962 its about 45 years old


the marlin 781 with your serial number was produced in 1983. i have a similar serial number to that one. A great rifle with great simplicity. This rifle if you take care of it and oil it regularly will last a lifetime and fire accurately.


A Marlin 1889 .32-20 Safety octagon barrel rifle in good condition (75 - 80 % finish in metal, most of original finish on wood, NO modifications) should be worth about $800.00 to $1,200.00 dollars.


Marlin 31 is a shotgun. Marlin 81 is the rim fire .22.


NEVER FIRE OR ATTEMPT TO FIRE AMMUNITION IN A WEAPON NOT DESIGNED FOR THAT AMMUNITION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Danger,danger, danger


Your rifle should be chambered for .22 Magnum. As such, the chamber is too long and too big for .22 Long Rifle and, if the shell will fire, the case will usually split. Not recommended.




32 Short rimfire ammunition. This ammunition is now obsolete and was only available through Navy Arms. You can usually find some at the local gunshows but expect to pay a good price for it.


Not without endangering yourself and anyone else in the area. Stay with ammunition designed for the firearm you are shooting.


As long as both the rifle and the revolver are chambered in .44 magnum you can use the same ammunition for both. I have a Henry rifle in .44 mag and a Ruger redhawk .44 mag and I use the same ammo for both. That's one of the nice things about that caliber.


The colt 1911 fires .45ACP ammunition.



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