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Marlin 795: ProMag 25-Round Magazine



Finally there is a _working_ full-capacity magazine option for the Marlin 795. I review the new ProMag "MAR-A1" 25 round magazine. There have been other attempts at extended magazines for the Marlin 795, and everyone says they are Junk. Well, finally us Marlin owners have a magazine option that puts us on-par with the Ruger 10/22 BX-25.

Table of contents:
- I introduce the magazine and give the basic features.
- Shooting footage (using Action Target Rimfire Dueling tree)
- Notes about loading the magazines, talk about the "Butler Creek Baby LULA" tool which I think _might_ fit (haven't tried it yet)
- Magazine Dissasembly
- Closing thoughts

Make sure you watch my video on the "Stick Magazine Fix" before you try to use these plastic magazines. The lever could gouge the plastic and get stuck, smooth out the internal magazine lever
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bfGBFw6-fQ

The Butler Creek "Baby LULA" loading tool will fit the factory 10 round Marlin mags, but will NOT work on these ProMag magazines.


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Автор Joshua Wilson ( назад)
Anyone know if this magazine will work for a Savage model 64 .22 lr?

Автор Les Rinehart ( назад)
They sell a 70 tound drum as well.

Автор Eggbert Souse ( назад)
I have 2 of these Promag 25-round magazines for my Marlin 795 & they work
great!

Автор Alex Diaz ( назад)
where do you get those!! i've searched everywhere and can't find a singe
one in sight! can anyone give a website please please please! im tired of
using the standard 7 round magazine...

Автор Jerry Bailey ( назад)
I have always had trouble loading these but love them when I shoot. I
finally found a mag loader that works for this.
http://www.maglula.com/product/22uplula-22lr-double-stack-mag-loader/

Автор Tbone tone Lombardy ( назад)
Hi; I have 4 of these soon to be six as they do perform quite well. BUT
there is no speed loader that I've come across YET.. I did find that using
the flat base of the 22LR (firing pin end) to push down on top round then
slide back and lay the bullet down works Quite well for loading all 25 rds.
It helps if you have all 25 rds. laid out cause you know when you have
loaded to max cap. Other than this problem ; They do perform quite well
although only 2 out of the 4 mags held bolt open on last round. Not a big
deal. I hope this helps. Tony

Автор Shawn Bartley ( назад)
Thanks. Great review. 

Автор Yung Ray ( назад)
Can this work on a model 70??

Автор Nacreala Nicusor ( назад)
you can dissasemble it to load it

Автор TheTy2009100 ( назад)
How have they held up?

Автор cab354 ( назад)
Why not take out the spring, load the mag, and then replace the spring to
save your fingers?

Автор Colten izawesum ( назад)
is there a supplier in Canada for these

Автор stix4Him ( назад)
Yeah buddy!! About time!!

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
Magazines "in a plastic bag" ? yeah, that is shady. FYI, Academy Sports &
Outdoor stores sometimes has these, then you can check make sure they are
in original packaging.

Автор xdkos man ( назад)
Total JUNK., bought 2 of these direct from Promag. I received two plastic
bags from Promag with a magazine in each - NOT like is pictured here. Also
both mags fail to feed with 3 different types of ammo. Promag sent me some
mags that were used in plastic bags? This is unacceptable, I will never buy
from them again.

Автор Greb Jackson Jr ( назад)
Got my marlin 795 and looking for a better mag that can hold more and still
feed it nice is this mag a good one to get

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
At one time, I think ProMag made a Metal magazine for the Marlin 795, it
was 15 rounds, and yeah it never worked as far as I can tell. These
25-round Polymer magazines are still going strong, I have 4 and all still
work.

Автор wrockw ( назад)
My rifle has the plastic sling mounts.Your rile looks like metal studs.Are
they metal.?

Автор Nothingyetful ( назад)
im glad to see you wearing gloves when loading

Автор dobe5487 ( назад)
The Baby Up-Lula does not work with this magazine. It will not slide down
enough on the magazine to allow loading.

Автор Ch4osWe4veR ( назад)
Know if one of these will work with the discontinued Marlin 25n I have?
Uses the same mag as its still produced replacement the 925. 25 rds is
maybe a bit much for a bolt rifle, but would be cool to go forever without
needing to reload anyway.

Автор Rob Rosenberger ( назад)
FYI: yes, the XT-22 accepts a 795 magazine ... but the 795 cannot accept an
XT-22 magazine. Keep this in mind if you own a 795.

Автор Patrick Jones ( назад)
Got one from Academy. $17.95 works like a charm. Got two factory 10 shots
and one of these.

Автор 75ShadowShooter ( назад)
Promags SUCK. Bought 2 of them for my 795 and they jam constantly. The
factory mags work fine.

Автор Robert Rivera ( назад)
About time

Автор Joe smith ( назад)
can you use the hot lips butler creek loader for this magazine

Автор womensway1 ( назад)
Great video......been waiting for this mag for a long time!

Автор TheXtro101 ( назад)
Well,it's about time Marlin 795 get some non-factory high capacity mags.Too
many accessories for the Ruger 10/22(bought my "795" 4 years ago in 2009).

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
The Magazines are still working fine.

Автор rbarrera1000 ( назад)
Nice video. Unfortunately, the BC Baby Uplula will not work on these pro
mags. The thicker part of the mag will not fit into the loader.

Автор TheBeanster ( назад)
thanks for that nice vid it was really in depth!

Автор Scott Parker ( назад)
Thanks for posting this video.

Автор Justin Howard ( назад)
Quick question, I have a Marlin 70 HC, and i've heard the 795 magazines can
fit the model 70. Do you know if this is true or not? Thanks for any help :D

Автор sjpones3 ( назад)
will these 25rd promags fit my Marlin/g\Glenfield Mod 70? thanks for your
time, good video

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
On the 795, there are actually two separate ways the bolt could be "held
open". One is the magazine empty "last-shot hold-open" lever. The other way
is the bolt presses-in to a detent on the receiver (just like Marlin 60).

Автор BOB saget ( назад)
Just wondering how you released the bolt by pulling on the charging handle

Автор tonitchit ( назад)
You think these mags would fit the Marlin Papoose?

Автор Twisted Illusions ( назад)
promag picked up the pace on shipping. I got mine in 2 weeks after
ordering. good luck

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
The XT-22 stock is slightly different profile, these magazines will not
lock-in to place on the XT-22. Might work if you shave-down the shoulder of
the magazine?

Автор jesse hernandez ( назад)
Also, it jammed my clip out safety lever(makes the trigger reset), n I had
to disassemble the rifle and pop it back into place, 5 minute fix. Only had
that happen once, but u can see the scratches/gouges on the clip, nxt to
the notch for the reset lever, so you might have to file dwn tht part if u
have the problem, this shld have no affect on the performance of the
magazine... And the new rifles are Allen wrench, not flat head. N it's an
akward size, so the cheap set won't have it...

Автор jesse hernandez ( назад)
I bought this gun as a cheap plinker, but it is extremely accurate, even at
100Yrds+. i do recommend it with a Simmons 8x32, or 3-9x40 scope. And I
bought two of these mags, but neither if thm wrk. The round doesn't
chamber, it lodges straight up, not into the muzzle. I've been told tl2
shave sumthin on the clip to fix this, but b4 ruining either mag, Id like
to knw if there r any suggestions on this issue? I will post vids of the
small group size @100Yrds n post the jam video also

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
@JOJO B I tried that but without the spring tension, the rounds get
jumbled-up inside. See my latest video I found a little tool that goes over
your thumb helps with loading the magazines

Автор JOJO B ( назад)
i was curious ,it looks very simple to dissasemble the magazine is it
possable to remove the spring and then load the magazine and reinstall the
spring,maybe that will make things easier?

Автор mcjon77 ( назад)
I think that you might have pushed me over the edge in favor of getting a
Marlin 795 as my first rifle.

Автор Anon Vigil ( назад)
I just meant that they cannot easily be found at the vast majority of gun
stores. I have never seen one. They can barely be found online. But yeah, I
like the 10/22 design better. Overall, I think the Rugers are better built.
I have a 795, which I like but the stock is junk and the mechanism isn't as
"tough" as the 10/22. But it is inexpensive and a bit lighter and more
accurate out of the box.

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
I recently saw two Marlin Papoose rifles (used) at a gun shop. I handled
them, and I just wasn't "in" to the design. Especially the metal barrel
with no forward handguard. I think the Ruger 10/22 Takedown looks better
for a .22 takedown rifle.

Автор Anon Vigil ( назад)
The Papoose is not even sold anywhere anymore. There basically is no Marlin
Takedown-style rifle.

Автор Mr American ( назад)
damn well mine does not look like yours its a straight bot a circle.1

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
Rear sight is the one it came with, also. Nothin new or changed on this
rifle, other than magazines.

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
That's the sight it came with. Orange plastic front insert and a
spring-clip sight protector, came with the rifle from factory.

Автор Mr American ( назад)
What front site are you using?

Автор papgrumly ( назад)
The hi cap mag ban will pass! Buy them now while you can.

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
Sounds like you'll have to wait until after the panic subsides.

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
The Butler Creek "Baby LULA" loading tool will fit the factory 10 round
marlin mags but will NOT work on the ProMag magazines.

Автор akkadianantttt ( назад)
I love your vids, very thorough and concise.

Автор ZephaniYah White ( назад)
Academy sells them in store for $16.99. Another thing about these mags, is
the fact that the release catch on them protrudes more than on the factory
mags. For this reason, you have to apply more pressure on the mag release
button to fully release the mag. Otherwise, you may damage the mag by
yanking it out. I've heard a story of the mags splitting at the top, this
may be due to what I just described. This problem can probably be
eliminated by filing down the catch release, which could be risky.

Автор fantasybeading ( назад)
I ordered a couple magazines from Promag for other types of weapons and
they sent me 6 of these magazines a few days ago, so I bought a Marlin 795
instead of sending them back. Thanks for the video.

Автор nelsonbutcher1 ( назад)
if these prove reliable and durable in the long run it will give the 10-22
a serious run for its money. ive always liked the 795 series better anyhow.
this is just a new reason to invest in one :3 thanks for the info.

Автор Appalachian Freedom Outdoors ( назад)
Thank you Sir! I am very excited about this -- I love my 795!

Автор PreparedTexan ( назад)
Time to buy a Papoose. :)

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
Make sure you watch my video on the "Stick Magazine Fix" before you try to
use these plastic magazines. The lever could gouge the plastic and get
stuck, smooth out the internal magazine lever so it doesn't catch on the
plastic.

Автор ResponsibleCitizen64 (YouTube) ( назад)
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the conversation, but keep it clean please.

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