Marlin Camp 9mm carbine

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Overview

The Marlin Camp Carbine is a self loading carbine, chambered for 9 x 19mm and operates by direct blowback..

Manufactured  by Marlin Firearms Company of North Haven, Conneticut.

First developed in the early 80s, it was in production between 1985 and 1999. As the name implies it was designed to be used around hunting camps for foraging or defense. In addition to being made in 9mm it was also available in .45 ACP, in keeping with an American tradition of having a carbine and handgun using common ammunition.

The receiver is drilled and tapped for a scope mount and the stock is made of walnut- finished Maine birch.

The Camp carbine uses a detachable magazine that inserts into the magazine well in front of the trigger guard.

The 9mm versions’ magazine can be replaced by magazines from 59-series S+W pistols. Its standard magazine is 12 rounds capacity and larger capacity magazines extend beyond the bottom of the magazine well.

A 20 round magazine was produced, but discontinued in 1989.

Helpful Info

Foxtrot example shown here is a Marlin Camp carbine chambered for 9 x 19mm. It is fitted with polymer pistol grip stock, a 4 x magnification telescopic sight and is in a blued finish.

This rifle would be in civilian use, pest control or farming, typically.