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.22 pistol thread

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by jparham, Sep 1, 2007.

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  1. jparham

    jparham Member

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    Pretty self explanatory title. Post pics of your favorite rimfires (rimfire IMHO are some of the most beautiful...and ugly guns out there. They're on both extremes of the spectrum.)
    I never tire of this pic. '60s inheritance Colt Single Action Frontier Scout. Holster made in a bootshop. Still have the original faux-wood box. No, it's not for sale.
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    Just for fun, here's the Henry [​IMG]
     
  2. Okiecruffler

    Okiecruffler Member

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    My Dan Wesson in stainless along with her big brother. She's my new every trip range companion.
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  3. deadin

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    Here's one I really like. (Of course I can understand that some may find it ugly.:eek:)

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    Here are two more; (Care to guess where my interests lie?;))

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  4. Silvanus

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    Here are mine:

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  5. marklbucla

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    Not quite what you expect, but here are three of my favorite .22LR guns:

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  6. bluetopper

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    Here are mine.
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  7. BlindJustice

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    I don't have a photo but the Smith & Wesson 617 10 shot cyl.
    is a lot of fun to shoot all day long.
     
  8. Rembrandt

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    Smith & Wesson Model 41
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    Brown High Power/Ciener .22 kit
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    Dan Wesson, stainless
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    Smith & Wesson Model 41
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    Smith & Wesson K-17
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    Stoeger Lugers
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  9. cpttango30

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    Mine is not as fancy as some of yours. But here it is and she is a shooter.

    Hey Deadin why is that dot sight upside down on that sweet looking benelli?

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  10. deadin

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    So I can reach up and adjust the brightness with my left hand. This way I don't have to awkwardly reach over the top or change my right hand grip.;)
     
  11. The Bushmaster

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    1952 Colt Woodsman 2nd generation target.
     
  12. browningguy

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    An early Ruger with a PacLite barrel:

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    A Standard Ruger MkII NRA Edition:

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    Sig Trailside, recently changed out the red dot for a Pentax:

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    This is the one I shoot the most, Beretta 76:

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  13. jparham

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!! Keep Em' Coming!!!!!
     
  14. Onmilo

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    Smith 41
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    S&W Mdl 17

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  17. BADSBSNF81

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    Don't have the ability to post pics, but my stable has
    Ruger Single Six (old model)
    S&W Model 17 - 8 3/8" Bbl
    S&W Model 41
    Model 70s Berreta
    Kimber Model 82C
    Win Model 69A
     
  18. Ala Dan

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    No recent pics to post, but one beautiful little .22 LR caliber handgun has to
    be my recently acquired 2" factory nickel Smith & Wesson model 34-1 'Kit
    Gun"; its simply goregous~! :cool:;) Not bought for trips too the range, as
    I didn't buy it to shoot; but rather to add to the collection~! :D:eek:
     
  19. woad_yurt

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    They're nothing fancy, but....

    I have a few H&R revolvers. The little one only cost $92 out of pocket and it's pretty accurate with only a 2 1/2" barrel. The one with the 6" barrel is an extremely accurate gun. At the range, it held its own with my friend's semi-auto target pistol which cost almost 5 times the price. They should make these again. They're great guns. Plus, they hold 9 rounds. The big one is real fond of Velocitors. You could hunt with the thing. Oh yeah, hello to everyone in this, my first post. BH
     
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  20. PTK

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    Welcome to THR! I too love those little H&Rs. I've been keeping my eyes open for them for a while now, no deals yet.
     
  21. Rembrandt

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    Onmilo....what's the story on your holster, that's not an gov issue holster for a model 46 or a High Standard by chance? Have never seen on like it.

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  22. koja48

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    Here are two more; (Care to guess where my interests lie?

    In significant $$$ invested in extremely accurate (not to mention gorgeous, as beauty is in the eye of the beholder) 22 LR handguns? Very nice, Deadin!

    No pics, but I have a Ruger Mark III hunter & a S&W Model 41.
     
  23. Hkmp5sd

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    The smallest of all.....22Short.

    Colt "Junior Colt" in .22Short

    Guaranteed to hit something in the room with each shot.

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  24. deadin

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    That's one of those that if someone starts shooting it, stand real still, cause if you move you might run into one.:evil:

    (Neat little gun !)
     
  25. Onmilo

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    That is a London Armoury holster made for the Gem Tech suppressed Ruger Mark ll.
    It also works like a charm for a 7" barrelled Model 41 or a 6 7/8" Ruger Mark ll Government.
     
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