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Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by kidneyboy, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. kidneyboy

    kidneyboy Member

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    I started doing some cleaning this morning and dug out the 22 handguns.
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    The H&R at the top was my Dad's and it makes the rounds between myself and my brothers.
    I just ordered a Nelson conversion for my recently acquired 1911 so that should be in the mix around Christmas. Also have 2 10/22's and a Henry H001.

    I shoot the 617 more than any of them with the 41 a close second. The GSG is a winter race gun project.
     
  2. badkarmamib

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    Looks like a very well-rounded collection. I am jealous.
     
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  3. sparkyv

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    Nice family photo. I especially like the 41 and the other S&W, 617 you say? I have those Rugers and they are really fun to shoot.
     
  4. NIGHTLORD40K

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    Love how H&R tried to make those look like SAAs, lol!
     
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  5. kidneyboy

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    S&W 617, 10 shot, 6" barrel. I use it in pistol league. Very accurate.
     
  6. kidneyboy

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    That H&R 976 (9 shot) will keep you honest if your shooting it DA.
     
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    Very nice collection!!
     
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    My favorite of the bunch is the H&R. I always like their older guns.
     
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  9. Armored farmer

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    That bull barrel ruger MK.
    I bet it rings the gongs just like mine does! Fast!
    But uuuugly.
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  10. tallpaul

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    Nice... I need to get around to the marvel one day... :)
     
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    Those nice guns sure look lonely for a big brother like a Hammerli!:)
     
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    kidneyboy

    Excellent .22 collection; something there for every occasion! Wouldn't mind a S&W Model 41 and a Model 17 to fill out my .22 line-up.

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  14. bannockburn

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    Armored farmer

    I beg to differ sir!

    The Ruger Mk.II Model 512 is one beautiful .22 pistol, both in how it looks and how it performs.

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  15. NIGHTLORD40K

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    My only rimfire handguns at the moment......need a .22 revolver something fierce......
     
  16. doubleh

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    I've always considered the Ruger MK pistols with the standard barrel as homely. That's really close to ugly. I consider the target and hunter models to be fine looking pistols along with the MK III and IV 22/45 lite models. Stick a big red dot sight on a rail mount on top of any of them and they become ugly. Using a dove tail mounted red dot allows them to retain most of their good looks.
     
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    my .22 handguns

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    and when this .22 LR conversion is installed....the following AR-15 pistols

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  19. kidneyboy

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    Taking a 22 revolver and a lever action 22 to the range is top quality fun. They shoot all 22 ammo. I can load 20 or so 22 shorts in my Henry (high capacity fun!)
     
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  20. NIGHTLORD40K

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    Oh, Ive had H&Rs, Iver Johnsons, and a Single-Six but I'm saving up for an old K22 or rimfire Diamondback now.:D
     
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  21. If1HitU

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    I will be adding two Ruger Mark IV's .22 to my family collection this month no latter then Dec. before Xmas.
     
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    I'm glad to see someone actually bought the SR22 with the longer bbl. Can you tell any difference in the performance or shootability?
    I have never seen one in or outside of a gun shop. only in ads or on the net. Was beginning to think they were unicorns.
    If I were to buy one, it would be the one with the longer bbl.
     
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  23. kidneyboy

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    I have one of those Beretta 21A's, or something similar, on my list
     
  24. Armored farmer

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    I was actually referring to the awful reflex sight sitting on top.
    The picture in post 9 is my own MKII bull bbl./reflex.
    No offense intended
     
  25. montanaoffroader

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    Can't find a pic of my Buck Mark, and the High Standard Sport King is still on layaway. Maybe I will post some pics of them once I get the Sport King out of jail.
     
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