Gun Report

Marlin Model 25N 22 LR

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Gun Tests Grade: B-. Not as accurate as the Remington, this gun nonetheless had positives: full-size-gun feel, adjustable rear sight, grooved receiver for mounting a scope.

Marlin Model 25N 22 LR

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Recreational
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There is more “meat” to this .22-caliber rifle that allows a new shooter to practice centerfire rifle handling with a rimfire. We liked the heft and balance of the rifle.
The fully adjustable rear sight is a plus, and this rifle’s receiver is grooved to allow the installation of a riflescope. The downside is that the Marlin just was not as accurate as the old Remington.
Just like the Remington, the short stroke and effectiveness of the spent-round ejection system was very nice and functional (with the exception of one brand of ammunition), with no problems in loading the rifle as a single shot.

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