I posted this on another website, but trying here as well. I have been looking for a .22 autoloader for a couple of weeks now. I don't have one. I have two single shots, one I have owned for almost 50 years. Just want something to target shoot and plink with. No hunting. No self defense. So I have been looking at all the older wood stocked rifles like Remington, Winchester, Savage, Marlin, etc. Today I found two Glenfields in a local pawn shop. Glenfield 60 with Glenfield scope (s/n 26xxxxxx, 1974?) for $120 in okay condition (lots of scratches and nicks, some words lightly carved in the stock, bluing worn on barrel tip, obviously been used). Glenfield 75 (s/n 72xxxxxx, 1972?) for $130 in fine condition (looks new except for one tiny nick in the stock). I am sure I can get these for much less than the sticker price. I am very interested in the 75 due to the apparent condition. My questions are: I am not going to be able to shoot them before buying so what should I look for? What are known issues with these 1970's vintage Glenfields? I read something about wear in the feed tube and the old style feed throat causing jams. What would be reasonable to get them for? I might try to get a two for one if I can get the prices down.