I purchased a Marlin Model 80 DL bolt action .22 used at my local gun shop a few weeks ago. It is a bolt action with a clip. Its a nice solid rifle and in beautiful condition and only $75 which is why I picked it up in the first place. Along with the other info it has S-L-LR stamped on the barrel. As far as I know any rimfire with a clip will only accept .22 long rifle ammo. I'm just wondering why S-L-LR would be stamped on it. well I found an old ad poster on the net for the 80 DL and it says that the 80 DL will fire LR-L-S ammo. I thought that the 80 DL was just an older version of the Marlin 925 without the T-900 fire control system. I haven't had a chance to even shoot this rifle yet as I was busy with my new .223 and coyote hunting. Anyone out there have a 80 DL and use shorts or longs with it?