Marlin 795


The Marlin Model 795 is a semi-automatic hunting rifle chambered in .22 LR. The Model 795 is one of eight Marlin autoloading .22 rimfire rifles, but it differs from the Model 60 in that it has a box magazine instead of a tubular one and has open sights.

The Model 795 features an 18″ barrel and has undergone Marlin’s Micro-groove rifling that carves 16 grooves into the bore. The Model 795 has a black fiberglass-filled synthetic stock with molded checkering. The Model 795 has a patented “last shot” bolt hold-open system, meaning the bolt will be held in the rearward open position after the final spent casing is ejected. The receiver features a steel charging handle and the Model 795 is equipped with an open rear sight and ramp front sight.

The 795 is also available in a stainless steel barrel version (795SS).

Marlin recommends the Model 795 for hunting small game hunting and target shooting.



Model 795
Caliber: .22 LR
Capacity: 10
Sights: Adjustable open rear and ramp front sight
Features: Side ejection; "last shot" bolt hold-open system; and Micro-groove rifling (16 grooves)
Action: Semi-auto
Stock: Monte Carlo black fiberglass-filled synthetic
Material/Finish: Stainless steel<br />Steel/blue
Scope: Drilled and tapped for scope mounts
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Weight: 4.5 pounds
Barrel Length: 18"
Twist: 1 in 16"
Overall Length: 37"

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