Part #46 on the Marlin 60 Exploded View. This is an original factory replacement part from Marlin. Replacing your worn out Marlin Recoil 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. Part #41 on the Marlin 795 Exploded View.
Model: 60, 70, 7000, 795, 99, 995
Marlin 60 Resources:
If you're getting the Marlin 60 Factory 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 Factory 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.
Gave my 50 year old Cotter and company Westpoint mod 701 a new life.
I pulled my Marlin model 60 down to clean it while in there I polished the bolt extremely well then I shot the aguila 22 super extra and it shattered the buffer and danged up the receiver because it didn't have the buffer to stop the action from hitting the receiver so I installed this brand new spring and then the buffer and then shot the 22 super extra with no damage I highly recommend replacing your recoil spring.
Here's how to REASSEMBLE the new spring!
I bent the crap on one of these trying to install in a Marlin 795. Had to order another. en I discovered MCARBO has a Youtube Video "Marlin 60 Trigger Job Bundle Installation by MCARBO." About 24 Minutes in shows a easy way to replace the recoil spring without bending the crap out of it.
As to spring itself, it's great. I replaced the recoil buffer, this recoil spring and some of the e-clips on a pawn shop find 795 and ran 300 rounds ranging from CCI standard to mini-mag and various Federal loads without any issues.
The reason I replaced the spring was incomplete ejection, but turned out the 7 round Marlin and 25 round Pro mag magazine were not staying in the well. (The 10 round worked ok, weird..) This turned out the previous owner had simply not assembled it correctly e trigger guard screws were t properly tightened.
I have not tried this with the hyper velocity ammo.
Marlin .22 cal. recoil spring
Fast delivery, perfect fit, exactly what I needed to return my rifle to original performance! Thank you
Outstanding product and service
Needed to replace a Marlin model 60 recoil spring. mcarbo was the only place that had this spring in stock. I placed the order, and had the spring delivered in a very timely manner. I was provided tracking number and updates on the order until delivery. After the delivery, mcarbo did a follow-up to insure I was satisfied. Being a former Soldier myself, I am not surprised at the quality of service and the product received. Now, my rifle functions like new again.
Spring is great
The quality of Spring is great, I unfortunately had trouble getting into my rifle, I am purchasing another spring and going to bring it to a gunsmith, I broke the first one I bought and I do not want to do that again.
Fast service, product was as advertised. cannot say enough about the service.
Great price and a great product for my marlin. I have these in my model 60 and the 785 . They rock with shipping also
How do i send money to you to purchase 2 recoil springs from you
You can also pay by either personal check, money order, or credit card. Shipping costs $6.95 via USPS First Class Mail.
Please include a phone number as well as your name and address where you would like us to ship your part shipped.
Our address is:
5601 116TH AVE N
CLEARWATER FL 33760
You can place an order online, or you can call into our customer service department and they will take your order over the phone. 727-223-1816
Will this replace the spring on the model 75C?
The Marlin 60 and the Glenfield 75C are pretty much the same rifle. We have not had our hands on one here to confirm their recoil springs are the same, so I would reach out to Marlin and verify that the 75C models do indeed use the same recoil spring.