Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BigBuckMaster, Dec 1, 2008.
[email protected]!! So now I own 5 total, I plan on getting a marvel precision when Bob Marvel gets his new uppers out and I am thinking of maybe getting a spikes upper.
Favorite .22 Rifle Ruger 10/22 with a midway barrel
Favorite .22 Pistol S&W 422
Odd duck .22 Iver Johnson M1 Carbine in .22
Sentimental value Chipmunk .22 my first .22
Sears 2200 (Copy of Ithaca model 49)
Marlin model 60
Heritage arms Rough rider 22lr/mag combo
I want to add a double action revolver to my collection sometime in the future.
Also, an old Mossberg Model 144 Target.
I doubt I will ever part with either.
Remington 513T w/ Fecker scope
Ruger 10/22 w/ Weaver J series variable scope
Martini Target rifle - best trigger pull since the world stated turning
Marlin - late 19th century slide action
More than I thought.
So many memories with these great firearms.
Mark II Target
Mark II Stainless Bull
Mark II MK4 - Lipseys
Single Six Convertible
10/22 Youth carbine
Browning Auto takedown (Belgian)
S&W Model 34 Kit gun
S&W Model 41
Marlin Model 39
Thank you for the poll.
Also, when I first voted, I was thinking only of .22 rimfire guns and failed to included .223/5.56.
Just 3 at the moment:
4) Ruger Bearcats
1) Ruger Mark 1
1) Ruger 10/22 rifle
1) Hamilton No. 7 rifle
1) Winchester semi-automatic rifle
1) Whitney Wolverine
1) Walther PP
1) Remington derringer
1) Reid's knuckleduster
1) Beretta Bobcat
Might be missing one or two, but these come to mind.
1) A RG revolver
2) A 1940's Sears and Roebuck single shot (still works great)
3) A 1970's (?) Western Auto Revelation
I have a line on a Marlin 60 in really good shape for $100 out the door at my buddies shop and I think a 10/22 is in my near future too.
Im still gonna pick up the other. For $100 out the door its a deal.
Burgo model 106 S
I did some research on the Burgo after receiving it. The most common adjective applied to it was "POS." I was almost too embarrassed to include it here
Me too. I picked up the one I had on layaway then (10/22) and picked up another 77/22.
Rossi single shot .22/.410
I sold a Marlin semi-auto rifle to a co-worker awhile ago. And I sold a Ruger semi-auto pistol that I had that I just wasn't that fond of. So I have a huge brick of .22lr ammo just sitting around.
I have had it with semi-auto firearms. Every one I have owned has had issues with it.
My attention has been turned to lever-actions, and the Marlin 39A looks absolutely rock-solid.
They are. Always good to own one as part of the mix.
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