- Marlin 60 / Marlin 795 Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring Spring (18.5lb Recoil Spring)
- Factory Recoil Spring is a 14lb Recoil Spring
- Prevents damage to your buffer and receiver when shooting Hyper Velocity Ammo
- Functions with ammo 1,000 feet per second and faster
- DO NOT SHOOT AMMO ABOVE 1,650fps!
- Controls the rear-ward thrust to better protect the buffer and receiver
- Extra Power Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring is the necessary protection you need
- More durable and versatile recoil spring
- Less likely to "kink"
- Made of the highest quality spring steel
- Protected by the M*CARBO 100% Lifetime Guarantee
- Made in the USA!
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- 1 - Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring
Marlin 60 / Marlin 795 Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring
The Marlin 60 / Marlin 795 Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring was designed to prevent damage to your buffer and receiver when shooting Hyper Velocity ammunition rated for 1,000 feet per second and higher. Marlin recommends not shooting Hyper Velocity Ammunition in a standard Marlin 60 or Marlin 795 Semi-Automatic Rifle. Marlin advises against using Hyper Velocity Ammo because the factory recoil spring is not built to handle the extra rear-ward velocity of the bolt after a Hyper Velocity Round is fired.
The job of the recoil spring is to control the rear-ward thrust and protect the buffer and receiver. If you're destroying a lot of buffers it's a good sign you need an extra power recoil spring to better handle the impact caused by the Hyper Velocity Ammo. The Extra Power Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring is the necessary protection you need to continuously shoot Hyper Velocity Ammunition out of your Marlin 60 and Marlin 795!
This Extra Power Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring will also function with standard velocity ammo and is less likely to "kink" when you need to remove the bolt for a thorough cleaning. A more durable and versatile recoil spring that will allow you to shoot both standard velocity and hyper velocity ammunition out of your Marlin 60 and Marlin 795 rifles.
**DO NOT SHOOT AMMO ABOVE 1,650fps**
Marlin 60 Resources:
If you're getting the Marlin 60 Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring, then you might find the following Marlin 60 Resources useful in further enhancing your firearm. Download the Marlin 60 Owners Manual or use the Exploded View of the Marlin 60 Parts Diagram to plan your next firearm project.
Marlin 795 Resources:
If you're getting the Marlin 795 Hyper Velocity Recoil Spring, then you might find the following Marlin 795 Resources useful in further enhancing your firearm. Download the Marlin 795 Owners Manual or use the Exploded View of the Marlin 795 Parts Diagram to plan your next firearm project.
Brought spring as replacement for original. Merlin m60 old and fit tighter and better
Marlin 795 HV recoil spring
This spring is a must have to tighten up the bolt lock-up. My thought was it increased bolt lock thus increasing dwell time. I have yet to shoot a bad group with ammo this 22 likes.
Well made, good spring steel
bought as a spare for my Marlin 60, just in case and besides Marlin if Marlin goes out of business.
I purchased this spring with high hopes. It is of high quality. But I found this spring TOO strong. I could not get the spring compressed enough to properly install the bolt assembly. After much effort and multiple attempts the spring kinked and bent on a 90 degree angle completely damaging the spring.
My investment was totally ruined.
Unless an armorer has a special tool to install this heavy spring... DON'T waste your money.
Installed while installing the trigger kit. Very easy and needed as I had bent the original in the past.
Perfect Recoil Spring for My Marlin Model 60
Decades ago, my grandfather gave me a Marlin Model 60 .22 cal. semiautomatic rifle. It has been so much fun to shoot, but I stopped taking the rife to the range a few years ago as it began to jam after every 4 or 5 rounds. I thought another deep cleaning of the bolt and receiver would help. But everything was pretty clean and already. With the gun even cleaner, I tried to reinstall the bolt and recoil spring. Doh!!! I bent the spring.
Fortunately, I was able to find this hypervelocity recoil spring from MCARBO. The spring is made of thicker material and is stronger than the factory original. To avoid wrecking the new spring, I carefully compressed the spring pretty much fully into the bolt as I reinserted the bolt and spring guide into the receiver. I tested the fix at the range yesterday by firing 50 rounds of high-velocity (1280 fps) 40 grain .22 cal. long rifle ammunition. There were no jams. By wrecking my old factory original spring, I discovered that I weak spring was the cause of the problems with the gun all along.
Great service fast shipping
Snapped the original from my 1975 mod 60 the new spring works great
Bent the original and needed a new one. Great, quick service and part works great
How is "hyper-velocity" different than the regular original spring??
Will this fit a Marlin 995? It is very similar to the 795.
KeithB October 26, 2021 6:54 PM
Hello, we have not warrantied this spring for the 995 so we are unable to confirm the functionality or the compatibility of it with that model. Sorry for the inconvenience.
/ December 16, 2021 2:10 PM