If put my Browning 1922 up to that any day.
Picked up this little colt today for the wife. Were these original grips on a mustang? They're ugly but if original I'll keep them[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I can't pick just one. I don't know how anyone could. They're so fun. But the P72, the 54 sporter, and the 541T are at the top.[ATTACH]...
Ordered some rings. I have a burris 3-12x42mm fullfield I'm hoping to fit on it.
Just acquired this one on a whim. Didn't need it but the price seemed right and from what I can tell it's very likely unfired or very few rounds...
Start by selling your 10/22 and then getting an Anschutz or Sako. The money you save in ammo is justification enough.
I have a M77 in 220 swift that has the entire receiver like that. I like it.
It's weird. The screws are roughly. 1 1/4" apart. The owner says the gun has been untouched door 40 years
I apologize. But not sure if I'm willing to commit to this one. It's nice but IMHO it will never be a $3200 gun.
Was this receiver drilled and tapped for a scope? [ATTACH]
Couple more. I forgot we're in the autoloader forum.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
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Mausers confuse me more than any firearm ever made.
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Don't overlook the the ones that were overlooked years ago. Very, very accurate and built to last. Savage 29A. Except it's a pump.[ATTACH]
Still debating that
I completely agree.
My 541-T ranks right up there. I admit that the .22 is probably the most enjoyable for me now. It's cheap. Or at least it used to be.[ATTACH]...
I have the twin to your 17-3 Driftwood. I thoroughly enjoy your posts![ATTACH] [ATTACH]
One I let go of a long time ago. I didn't exactly steal it but I felt the price was fair. I'm happy and that's all that counts. While I don't...
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