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pics! show us your rimfires

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ArmedOkie, Jul 25, 2011.

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  1. ArmedOkie

    ArmedOkie Member

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    I found a similar thread only 2 pages long, only rifles, and dead 4 years ago.

    SO SHOW ME YOUR RIMFIRES! especially interested in old and weird, but everything goes :D

    I'm sure we all have a soft spot for the venerable rimfire cartridge, particularly 22 short long and LR, as we grew up with them, they are dirt cheap, and the most fun/money.

    My NAA 22lr 1 1/8 barrel
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    Old savage arms 22lr beater i found at a pawn shop years back. love the thing.
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    old Winchester model 190 my father gave to me
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    Henry lever action 22lr
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    Rossi 20 gauge/ 22lr convertible single shot.
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  2. MedWheeler

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    My first firearm was the Winchester 190. I don't have it anymore. It had been sold to me by my stepfather when he finally convinced my gun-shy mom to let me have one in the house (he had previously kept it hidden away.) When he died less than a year later, I let his son have it.
    I also have a Savage-Stevens M89, a "fake" lever gun that is really a single-shot, falling-block action rifle. It's just made to look like a lever gun, even including the faux magazine tube. I've had a lot of fun with it, but my camera is right now overseas with my wife, so I have no pics handy. I do have other rimfires, but none that "stand out."
     
  3. AethelstanAegen

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    ArmedOkie, awesome thread idea. I'll be adding a picture of my first rimfire soon (I've decided to buy a revolver and a rifle in .22lr to my collection). How do you like the Rossi 20ga/.22lr convertible? That seems very useful and something I'd like to consider when I get my .22lr (right now looking at a Henry but maybe adding a Rossi as well will be in the cards).
     
  4. erict

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    22's are still my favorite.
     

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    Well, since you asked

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    Browning Buckmark with a TacSol barrel and Burris Fastfire
     
  6. ArmedOkie

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    I LOVE the rossi. it takes about 20 seconds to swap barrels and it fires with zero problems through either barrel and extracts powerfully. its pretty light and short, and quickly disassembles to fit into my bug out bag, which is then stowed away in the trunk of my car. a very nice survival rifle (20 gauge for self defense and 22lr for limitless small gume hunting)
     
  7. ArmedOkie

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    erict- that is a sweeeeeet collection. is that a henry golden boy?


    steve ct- that thing looks like a friggin laser pistol.
     
  8. erict

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    Thanks Okie, the Golden Boy has quickly become my favorite. The stock takes a little getting used to since it drops so far compared to other lever rifles. You have to have a little more of a chin weld than a cheek weld but it really is a sweet shooter.
     
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    Ruger Mk III Hunter
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  10. DM~

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    I have many 22's as they are my favorite firearms... I'll start out with my Belgium Browning semi auto that i've owned from the mid 70's. The wood was smoke damaged when my home burned down back then, so it got a new stock from a nice Claro walnut blank i had around,

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    The metal was refinished too,

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    Along with a skeleton grip cap,

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    And Neidner but plate,

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    Although it's starting to look a bit used and worn, it still shoots great!

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  11. M-Cameron

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    heres my baby.......Savage MK2 FVT

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    How about my old 1933, octagonal barreled Winchester Model 61, in .22LR... it was my grandfather's. My mother and I both learned to shoot with it a long, long time ago....

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    And my fun little .17HMR...

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    Used this in a couple of threads now. Pic is getting worn out, I need to take another that has some newer additions.

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  16. JoelSteinbach

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    My favorite is an Anschutz 2013 in a BR50 confguration
     

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    My Buckmark trying to pose as a (quiet) 1911

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    I'll try to get a picture of the 10/22 family staged up.
     
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    CMMG dedicated 22LR upper on a RRA LAR-15 lower with Burris 2-7x scope and sling. I also have a CMMG dedicated 22LR upper with iron sights that I swap out with the scoped upper.
     
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    Too many to post them all. How about one rifle...


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    One auto pistol...


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    And one revolver...


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    22lr Hand and Long Guns

    Ruger 10/22, Kimber 82G, S&W 17, High Standard 107 Supermatic Citation.
     
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    My Fav's

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    Savage model 64

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  23. ThePunisher'sArmory

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    Doc540 Where did you get that holster/belt????
     
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    Here's mine...

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    My three Mark IIIs and a couple of rimfire friends............................
     
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