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just pick it up this mornin'..

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by ghitch75, Apr 25, 2012.

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  1. ghitch75

    ghitch75 Member

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    Ruger 10/22 Mannlicher SS....just ran 6 mags threw it.....dead on the money!!

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  2. stan rose

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    I think that is the nicest looking 10/22 I have seen to date. Good luck with it!
     
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    I love those! I've come close to getting one a few times, but haven't pulled the trigger. I don't even have a 10/22 yet. I was dead set on one of these until I saw some of the TALO special editions. Now I am all kinds of torn. Is this 10/22 pretty accurate?
     
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    haven't put it to paper yet but hit a 4" round steel swinger all 10 at 50y with the iron sights...
     
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    Nice looking 10/22 you've got there! I have always had a thing for full stock Mannlicher style rifles. Right now I'm giving some serious thought to the blued walnut stock version that's on Ruger website.
     
  6. loose noose

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    That is a beautiful rifle, had a Savage 63K, that I restored quite a few years ago and gave to my son, who since gave it to his son. I've allways liked the mannlicher stock had a chance to get a .270 Sako Mannlicher Carbine with a beautiful French walnut stock. However my brother-in-law got his hands on it first, seeing as though it was his Dad's gun (my father in law). Again a very nice rifle.:cool:
     
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    That's a beautiful gun. Enjoy it. Can't beat plinkin all day with a 10/22.
     
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