This article goes over the process of cleaning a Marlin Model 60 22 Rifle. With steps and photos, this is a useful tutorial for anyone who is looking to learn how to clean their own rifle.
To clean a Marlin Model 60 22 rifle, follow these steps:
1. Disassemble the rifle as follows: Remove the barrel and bolt carrier assembly. Point the gun in a safe direction and remove the magazine.
2. Remove the fore-end by slipping it off of the barrels and pivot it upwards until it clicks into place on the receiver.
3. Remove the stock by pushing up on one end and pulling downwards on the other.
4. Clean all of the parts using your preferred cleaning method. Be sure to wipe down all of the moving parts with a cloth to remove any residual oil or grease.
5. Reassemble the rifle according to manufacturer’s instructions.
Scraping and Greasing
Cleaning a Marlin Model 60 22 rifle is a simple process that can be done by anyone with a bit of patience and know-how. The first step is to scrape off any dirty or excess gunk with a piece of plastic or paper. Then, apply grease to the bore and gun barrel. Use your fingers to spread the grease evenly across the barrel. Next, use a cleaning rod or wire brush to scrub the barrel clean. Finally, dry the weapon completely before applying any additional lubrication.
Cleaning the Barrel
To keep your Marlin Model 60 22 rifle in top condition, it is important to clean the barrel every few rounds. This will prevent build-up of powder and fouling that can lead to a misshapen barrel and decreased accuracy. To clean the barrel, use a bore snake or patch kit to loosen the gunk and then use a cleaning rod, bore cleaner, or patch to remove it. Be sure to dry the barrel thoroughly after cleaning to avoid corrosion.
Cleaning the Bolt Mechanism
The bolt mechanism on a Marlin Model 60 22 rifle needs to be cleaned regularly in order to keep it in good condition. The bolt mechanism is the part of the gun that transports the powder and shot down the barrel. It needs to be kept clean in order to prevent jams, missed shots, and misfires. To clean the bolt mechanism, remove the magazine, rack the slide back and forth several times to work the chamber, then wipe it off with a cloth or a piece of paper.
Demagnetizing the Trigger Mechanism
It is important to keep your Marlin Model 60 22 Rifle clean in order to ensure that the trigger mechanism operates smoothly. One way to do this is to demagnetize the trigger mechanism every once in a while. To do this, use a small amount of fine-grit sandpaper and gently stroke the surface of the trigger until it is free of any magnetism.
Cleaning and Lubricating Guns After Being Shot
After being shot, your Marlin Model 60 22 rifle may need cleaning and lubricating. To clean the gun, use a clean cloth to remove any debris or fouling. Next, use a brass cleaner to dirty and remove grunge and rust from the metal parts of the gun. After cleaning, Apply a small amount of gun oil to the moving parts of the gun.
Frequenty Asked Questions
Is There A Manual For This Product?
Yes, you can download the pdf manual for this product here
Yes, the manual is about 7 pages long. If you can’t find the manual, you may want to contact customer service for assistance.
What Is The Difference Between A 22 Caliber Marlin Model 60 Rifle And A .22 Caliber Marlin Model 60 Rifle?
The 22 caliber Marlin Model 60 rifle is a combination muzzleloader and center-fire rifle that shoots either .22 LR or .22 Magnum shells. The 22 caliber Marlin Model 60 rifle also has a side lever to quickly change the ammo.
There’s a slight difference in the calibers 22 and .22. A 22 caliber uses rifle bullets with a diameter of 0.224 inches while a .22 caliber uses ammunition that has a caliber of 17. As for the other differences, some of them are cosmetic, such as the rifle having a newly designed sight arbor or extraction tube in addition to these parts being interchangeable.
What Are The Steps To Cleaning My Rifle?
1. Take the gun down from your rack and remove the bolt, magazine and slide to prevent damage.
Here is a summary of the steps to cleaning your rifle.
Is There An Easy Way To Clean My Model 60?
The best way to clean a rifle is by using a cleaning rod, some oil, and a cloth. Clean the barrel and work it back and forth until all the residue has been removed. Then use a dry cloth to remove any excess lubricant from the barrel. Wrap up your cleaning job with an oily rag in order to prevent rusting or corrosion of your rifle.
There are a few ways someone might want to clean their gun. There is the traditional way that these guns work, where they have brushes attached to them or which you can use a cleaning rod and an arbor press. Another option would be to use a can of cleaner like Hoppe’s or Nickel-Silver bore cleaner as it will clean the barrel and internal mechanism without having to stop what you are doing.
Is There Any Other Cleaning Tips Besides The Ones On This Website?
If you have previously owned a Marlin Model 60 then you know there are some hard to reach areas. You can watch our video tutorial on YouTube for a step by step guide on how to clean your Marlin Model 60.
Yes, there are a few other tips that we have found online. But it is up to the user to follow these cleaning tips or not.
How Often Should I Clean My Marlin Model 60 22 Rifle?
Many firearm owners clean their firearms more often than others, but it could be as low as every 3 months if you are not hunting in freezing or cold weather.
The Marlin Model 60 22 Rifle is a rugged, dependable rifle. We did not test the model to its breaking point, so on average it will last anywhere from 10 to 18 years.