- Factory Marlin 60 Ejector Spring Replacement
- Corrects Failure to Eject Malfunctions in Marlin 60
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- 1 - Factory replacement Marlin 60 ejector spring
Marlin 60 Ejector Spring
Part #16 on the Marlin 60 Exploded View. This is an original Marlin 60 ejector spring made of the factory specification Marlin 60 ejector wire. Replace your Marlin 60 extractor if you're having failure to eject issues. The Marlin 60 extractor consists of an original extractor spring. This is an authorized Marlin 60 extractor replacement.
This is an original factory replacement part from Marlin. Replacing your worn out Marlin 60 Ejector Lifter Spring will reduce malfunctions and improve reliability of your firearm. Factory replacement parts are manufactured to the exact same specifications and tolerances and use the same manufacturing materials as the original parts.
Not sure if your Marlin 60 ejector is worn out? Click here to see how to check your Marlin 60 Ejector Spring!
Marlin 60 Resources:
If you're getting the Marlin 60 Ejector 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.
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1975 Marlin Glenfield Model 60
Seems it is made of good spring steel. Bought to use, just in case my 1975 Marlin needs one and just in case Marlin goes out of business
Marlin 60 ejector spring
Spring fit perfectly and worked well. Great to have the installation video also. Thanks
I bought a Glenfield Model 60 Serial 23498663. It would often pop the next cartridge up too high or even sideways. The picture of the lifter spring on the McCarbo site showed fewer coils. I bought it and slipped it in. No more FTL problems.
I have found that without serial numbers, descriptions of parts for my rifle are meaningless.
Model 60 Marlin .22 rifle
I needed a new buffer spring and other parts for my rifle cause it’s about 40 years old. From the time I ordered my parts and the time it took to get my parts was only a few days and exactly what I needed in a day and time when everything gets screwed up they delivered. Thank you very much .
The Marlin Model 60 started developing ejector issues. Ran the "Nickle Penny" test on the ejector spring and found the spring to be out of specs. Since I know the quality and speed of service with M*CARBO, I went ahead and purchased a new spring. Installation was easy because Chris provides a very thorough video to help, even though a Marlin fire control group can be a challenge. So, outcome? Problem solved.
Perfect spring fitment, hands-down the best price.
My ejector spring was a perfect fit (unlike the one I had previously purchased "new" on Ebay.). Very happy. Let's all hope this company stays in business forever. If it does, my Marlins will probably last forever!
While the mechanism in this early version differed from the one in the video it didn't take long to figure it out. Rifle now works flawlessly. Thanks!
the spring was well rapped and looked to be able to be shipped to any location un damaged. part was exactly as advertised. fit perfectly met factory specs. this is expected, better then expected fast shipping, notification order was received, notice the day item was shipped and expected delivery time. i didn't look for any tracking it came fast and the item arrived when expected. i cant say about their warranty or customer service i haven't had to use it part was perfect and shipped fast Mcarbo emailed me informing me of order status every step of the way i didn't need to contact them so A+ so far thank you Mcarbo for making replacement parts available.
Will this spring work in a pre 80 model60? Early model.
Is this the new style ejector/lifter spring for the new feed throat, or is it the original Old style spring?
This is the new style of spring.
/ June 10, 2022 9:49 AM
When will you get more of the Marlin 60 Ejector Spring
Hey Brother, These are back in stock!