Corrects Failure to Eject Malfunctions in Marlin 60

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 your 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!

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Make: Marlin

Model: 60

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Michigan

1969 glenfield model 60

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Quality part , was instrumental into converting my 1969 action into the latest ( and better working ) edition.

Mid-MO

Great product.

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Product needed a little adjustment, but otherwise works as it should. Seems pretty robust. As I rebuild old marlin model 60s, I will definitely keep ordering from M-CARBO.

Marlin parts

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Mcarbo is awesome. I ended up ordering 2 of the same things on different days. They sent an email asking if I meant to double order which I wanted both. They shipped both orders on 1 ticket and credited me back the extra shipping automatically. They responded to my emails rapidly, awesome customer service!!! If only they handled everything I would have no need to go anywhere else.

MA

Marlin 60 Ejector Spring

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Great customer service. Fast shipping. Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!

Close enough to make it work

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I just want to start by saying I'm glad Mcarbo had the Marlin model 60 ejector spring.

I recently completely stripped my model 60 down to give it a thorough cleaning after having fired more than a thousand rounds. I reassembled it and put it away. The next time I took it to the range the bullets wouldn't feed at all. Long story short I found that the spring wasn't staying in the lifter's notch. I tried working with the original spring. I applied heat to it and bend it and ended up destroying it because I over heated it. Now I needed a new spring.

I tried contacting Marlin through E-Mail and never received a response. Also, the spring was no longer available through their website. After scouring the internet I ordered a spring from Mcarbo. It arrived and upon installation the portion of the spring that is supposed to sit in the lifter arm notch was too long. I was able to heat the spring (not too much this time) and bend it with two pairs of pliers. I then used a Dremel tool to cut the excess couple millimeters of the spring and got the spring to fit in the notch just right. Now it works like a charm.

Though it wasn't a perfect fit when I received the spring, I was able to make it work. I do most definitely like the stiffness of the spring and how robust is seems to be. I don't know if my spring was an anomaly or if Mcarbo needs to take a second look at this particular product. Either way, I'm happy with the product, the price and that I was able to get my gun working properly again.