The Marlin Model 795 is an American .22 LR semi-automatic rifle produced by Remington Arms of Mayfield, Kentucky, formerly by Marlin Firearms Company of North Haven, Connecticut. Major features include micro-groove barrel, a cross-bolt safety, black synthetic stock, and 10-round nickel plated box magazine. It is similar to the Marlin 60, with slight barrel and action differences due to the magazine differences.
Manufacturer Recommended Ammunition
- CCI Mini-Mag
- CCI Mini-Mag Hollow Point
- Federal Classic High Velocity
- Winchester Super X High Velocity
- Model 795-blued steel barrel and receiver
- Model 795SS-stainless steel barrel and receiver
- Model 795LTR (LTR stood for Liberty Training Rifle), produced in 2013 in collaboration with Project Appleseed.
- Model 70PSS takedown version, produced from 1984–present. (SS is the stainless steel version)
- Marlin 70HC with 25-round magazine (HC stood for High Capacity), produced from 1988-1996.
- Glenfield 70 with 7 & 12-round magazines from 1988-1996.
- Marlin 7000 - Heavy Target Barrel version of the 795, made from 1997-2004