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name that .22 mag

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by mikeb3185, Mar 24, 2005.

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  1. mikeb3185

    mikeb3185 Member

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    i recently came into some .22 mags. the person i got them from has no idea what gun they belong too. it holds 7 rounds of .22 long and they look like they go to a rifle. also if you are interested i have four mags total so make me an offer. not sure how clear these pics are, i can try and get better ones if you need.

    thanks

    mike
    i think i got it
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    Last edited: Mar 25, 2005
  2. Fumbler

    Fumbler Member

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    To post a pic, the image has to be stored on a drive that is accessable over the internet. Your C drive isn't accessable to us.

    You can look for free image hosting websites. They will let you up load images then you can reference them with the image tags like you did in your post.
    You can also attach it to your post, just scroll down and look for the attachment button.
     
  3. epijunkie67

    epijunkie67 Member

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    Photobucket.com

    Free, easy, and it even gives you urls or image tags that you can cut and paste and drop into forums like this.
     
  4. Atticus

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    Go to "Attach files - Manage attachments" Browse to find file (pic)- and upload. And hopefully, it'll be better than this one LOL.
     
  5. Onmilo

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    The pictures are very poor but the magazines appear to be for Mossberg bolt action rifles.
    Model 44 series or model 144.
     
  6. birddog

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    Could be a Marlin 882, but they appear a little too thick for that. Hard to tell from these pics.
     
  7. Third_Rail

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    Look like Nylon 77 almost... not quite though.
     
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