Marlin 70PSS Papoose Takedown Rifle 22LR Auto Sts/Nickel
Model 70PSS Stainless Papoose Takedown Rifle - If you like to take a rifle with you when you're backpacking, boating, four-wheeling or just taking a hike, the Model 70PSS, with its 7-shot clip magazine, is a natural for you. You can take it apart or put it together in a matter of seconds. And, this all-weather version of the famous "Papoose" enjoys the versatility of stainless steel construction, combined with a rugged fiberglass-filled black polycarbonate stock. It's also equipped with an automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-open, as well as a manual hold-open. It comes in a padded carrying case with built-in flotation.
The 70PSS is an easy-to-transport, quick takedown self-loading 22 you can take with you just about anywhere.
- Caliber 22 Long Rifle only
- Capacity 7-shot nickel plated clip magazine
- Action Self loading; side ejection; automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-open; manual bolt hold-open; cross-bolt safety.
- Stock Monte Carlo black fiberglass-filled synthetic with abbreviated fore-end, nickel plated swivel studs and molded-in checkering.
- Barrel 16.25" stainless steel with Micro-Groove® rifling (16 grooves).
- Twist Rate 1:16" r.h.
- Sights Adjustable open rear, ramp front sight with high visibility orange post; cutaway Wide-Scan™ hood. Receiver grooved for scope mount.
- Overall Length 35.25"
- Weight 3.25 lbs.
Includes blue nylon/cordura soft case (approx. outer dimensions 24"x8"x1 1/2") with Marlin Papoose logo on it.
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UPC Code: 026495077204
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