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Marlin Factory Recoil Spring - Marlin 60, Marlin 795, Marlin 70, Marlin 7000

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(4.95) 86 reviews
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About This Item

Description

Marlin Factory Recoil Spring - Marlin 60, Marlin 795, Marlin 70, Marlin 7000

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.

MAKE/MODEL

Make: Marlin

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 60 Owner's Manual
Marlin 60 Exploded View

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.

Marlin 795 Owner's Manual
Marlin 795 Exploded View
Reviews
Recoil spring Marlin 60
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I damaged this spring while installing, my fault. I reused the original.
Factory match
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I know it is just a simple spring, but it it is a pretty damn important one!
This buffer spring appears to have been made to the exact specifications as the originals. Of course, this means that getting it without having the receiver braced so you can use bothhands is a real pain in you fourth point of contact--but it IS possible.
I am not sure how the previous owner crimped and bent the original buffer spring, but with this new one I am sure my grandson will get thousands of more rounds of joy out of the rifle.
Recoil spring
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Ordered this spring because the one in my Marlin 60 that I bought was damaged. Found the part on Mcarbo. Easy to find and ordered. It arrived very quickly and worked perfectly. Thanks to MCARBO my rifle is up and ready to rock.
Marlin Parts
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Thank you for supplying parts for my rifles. Without you folks, I was going to destroy them.
Well made, good spring steel
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Bought for my 1975 Marlin model 60 and just in case Marlin goes out of business.
Marlin 795 recoil spring
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This recoil spring installed and functioned without any issues. The service by mcarbo was great. I knew when the part shipped and I received it very quickly. I will be ordering more products from mcarbo in the future.
Marlin Model 60 Recoil Spring
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Works great. Direct replacement for my 1976 Glenfield Model 60.
Awesome
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Perfect replacements.
Questions & Answers
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Question:
I am looking to see if the recoil spring in a Marlin Mod 60 is the same as a 99M1 spring. Also do you have springs for a Marlin Model 995. Thank you for your help with this.
Marlin * Man January 14, 2024 3:27 PM
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i just ordered recoil spring for a marlin 60 -- is it the same as a glenfeild 60 ?
Chris Shahan January 2, 2023 2:36 PM
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We never tested this spring, on a Glenfield platform we don't know if is the same.
Answered by
Waldo@MCARBO / January 30, 2023 9:58 AM
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How do i send money to you to purchase 2 recoil springs from you
Fred Taylor June 3, 2022 4:03 PM
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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: M*CARBO 5601 116TH AVE N SUITE A CLEARWATER FL 33760
Answered by
Crystal@MCARBO.com / June 9, 2022 11:09 AM
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
Answered by
Kenneth Noble / June 7, 2022 9:02 AM
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Will this replace the spring on the model 75C?
April 12, 2022 7:36 PM
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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.
Answered by
Abby Marino / April 14, 2022 10:40 AM

About This Item

Marlin Factory Recoil Spring - Marlin 60, Marlin 795, Marlin 70, Marlin 7000

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.

MAKE/MODEL

Make: Marlin

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 60 Owner's Manual
Marlin 60 Exploded View

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.

Marlin 795 Owner's Manual
Marlin 795 Exploded View

Product Reviews (86)
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4.95
Recoil spring Marlin 60
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I damaged this spring while installing, my fault. I reused the original.
Factory match
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
I know it is just a simple spring, but it it is a pretty damn important one!
This buffer spring appears to have been made to the exact specifications as the originals. Of course, this means that getting it without having the receiver braced so you can use bothhands is a real pain in you fourth point of contact--but it IS possible.
I am not sure how the previous owner crimped and bent the original buffer spring, but with this new one I am sure my grandson will get thousands of more rounds of joy out of the rifle.
Recoil spring
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Ordered this spring because the one in my Marlin 60 that I bought was damaged. Found the part on Mcarbo. Easy to find and ordered. It arrived very quickly and worked perfectly. Thanks to MCARBO my rifle is up and ready to rock.
Marlin Parts
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Thank you for supplying parts for my rifles. Without you folks, I was going to destroy them.
Well made, good spring steel
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Bought for my 1975 Marlin model 60 and just in case Marlin goes out of business.
Marlin 795 recoil spring
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
This recoil spring installed and functioned without any issues. The service by mcarbo was great. I knew when the part shipped and I received it very quickly. I will be ordering more products from mcarbo in the future.
Marlin Model 60 Recoil Spring
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Works great. Direct replacement for my 1976 Glenfield Model 60.
Awesome
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Perfect replacements.

Questions & Answers

4 Questions

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Question:
I am looking to see if the recoil spring in a Marlin Mod 60 is the same as a 99M1 spring. Also do you have springs for a Marlin Model 995. Thank you for your help with this.
Marlin * Man January 14, 2024 3:27 PM
0 0
Question:
i just ordered recoil spring for a marlin 60 -- is it the same as a glenfeild 60 ?
Chris Shahan January 2, 2023 2:36 PM
Answers
0 0
We never tested this spring, on a Glenfield platform we don't know if is the same.
Answered by
Waldo@MCARBO / January 30, 2023 9:58 AM
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Question:
How do i send money to you to purchase 2 recoil springs from you
Fred Taylor June 3, 2022 4:03 PM
Answers
0 0
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: M*CARBO 5601 116TH AVE N SUITE A CLEARWATER FL 33760
Answered by
Crystal@MCARBO.com / June 9, 2022 11:09 AM
0 0
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
Answered by
Kenneth Noble / June 7, 2022 9:02 AM
0 0
Question:
Will this replace the spring on the model 75C?
April 12, 2022 7:36 PM
Answers
0 0
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.
Answered by
Abby Marino / April 14, 2022 10:40 AM