The “Perfect” .22 Rifle

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  1. Poper

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    Very nice!! :thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    Sears Ranger 101.16...enough said...
     
  3. tark

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    Remington 550-1. A semi-auto that eats everything from CB caps to hyper velocity whatever. The CBs and low velocity LRs dribble out of the ejection port, but they cycle the action without fail!
     
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  4. HowieG

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    And no scopes on 22 rifles either. If you can't hit with open sights at typical 22 RF ranges, it's probably time to quit. That being said, I do realize that there are some very nice 22 rifles out there that don't have sights, so a scope is required on them. I, however, don't own any.
     
  5. Offfhand

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    While I could never call it perfect, here is another pretty nice .22 built around a Winchester M-52 with with considerable refinement: including tang safety, bottom metal and scope rings. The gorgeous stockwork was by the late Dale Goens and shown compared to a matching centerfire rifle also stocked by Goens. I regret not having more work done by Goens back when he was active, but he years slip by and suddenly it's too late. DSC_0278 (2).JPG DSC_0284 (2).JPG DSC_0292 (2).JPG DSC_0288 (2).JPG DSC_0298 (3).JPG DSC_0304 (2).JPG
     
  6. Tentwing

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    258C7578-19A9-4A45-A056-68756C7E9903.jpeg My now 10 month old grandsons Marlin 39a if he is a happy to receive it ( in maybe a dozen years) as I will be to hand it over to him ……… then it will be close enough to perfect for me . ;)
     
  7. frogfurr

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    Some genuinely breathtaking rifles. Thank you for sharing.
     
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