Model 925

The Marlin Model 925 is a bolt-action hunting rifle chambered in .22 LR. For being so inexpensive, shooters are often surprised at how accurate the Model 925 is. One reason, the barrel has Marlin’s “micro-grooves,” which carves 16 grooves into the bore and it better controls the projectile as it travels through the barrel in turn improves accuracy. It is magazine fed and standard mags hold seven rounds. It is available with a walnut, camo or black synthetic stock. That and the steel barrel put the M925 at 5.5 pounds. The trigger comes with a pull of 5 to 6 pounds, so kind of a longer pull. Marlin recommends the Model 925 for hunting varmint, small game and target shooting.

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