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Which of your .22LR rifles.....

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by kBob, Jul 20, 2015.

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  1. RainDodger

    RainDodger Member

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    I'm in 100% agreement with ColtPythonElite in post #11. Nobody's getting any of my .22s, or any other items that I may or may not own. :) Go ahead, try and assimilate me. Before they can, they'll be assimilating a little bit of lead.
     
  2. Vern Humphrey

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    No question about it -- I'd keep my Kimber M82. That rifle has killed a boxcar load of squirrels.
     
  3. I6turbo

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    Of the rimfires, it'd be a CZ, specifically the 2nd from the top (452 Trainer).

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  4. Gun Master

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    Please identify the semi-autos, 3rd and 5th from the bottom.
     
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  6. I6turbo

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    The top semi-auto is a CZ 511 (essentially the same as a BRNO 581) and the bottom is a BRNO 611 22 Magnum.

    Another one that might be the keeper if I had a lot of 22 Magnum ammo, but unfortunately I don't, and it's hard to find or crazy expensive these days.
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  7. G8tor

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    Spikes Tactical AR Multi Cal lower with Chiappa 22 upper.....and then 300 ACC Radical Arms upper with a who cares unregistered ATF unreimbursed silencer...hey you didn't anything about keeping uppers?
     
  8. minnesotashooter

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    My Ruger American Rimfire
     
  9. Deltaboy1984

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    512 Remington . Marlin 60,
     
  10. AKElroy

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    I have a Magnum-Research Magnumlite, 10/22 target stock, VQ 2000 Trigger Group, Tony Kidd barrel, Leopold Vari-X 3 4x14x40AO w/ varmint reticle.

    Shoots Wolf match into .25" @.50.
     

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  11. red-demon652

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    Cold dead fingers. Sorry had to say.
    Okay my keeper is my ruger 7722 lr shilan heavy barrel laminate stock, tasco 6-24 target dot Japanese made. I love it.
     

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  12. tark

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    Easy, My Remington 550-1 Eats anything I feed it, including low velocity LRs and even functions with CB CAPS!!!!!. only automatic in the world that can say that.
     
  13. zb338

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    I would give them all of my .22s and start shooting holes in
    their spaceship with my .338 Mag..

    Zeke
     
  14. Gun Master

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    Mother Ship Alert

    Add:....Zeke....to Option Resolve List....Immediately !!!
    Good hunting with special issue sonic/laser blaster.
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  15. Lman57

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    My Ruger 10/22
     
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  16. bamajoey

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    CZ 455

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  17. ColoradoShooter77

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    This is easy....my Ruger 10/22.
     
  18. HOWARD J

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    My favorite has always been a Marlin 39A golden
    But I picked up a 10/22 a couple years ago & I use it now
     
  19. tanglefoot

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    the old Winchester 61 & 62a's are still hard to beat
     
  20. ADKWOODSMAN

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    Nice spread I6Turbo!
     
  21. Catpop

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    I have a bakers dozen, each and every one very dear to me in its own special way and purpose,
    BUT I cut my teeth on the 39 Marlin and it would have be the last one I part with. Actually which one of the 4 would be the real challenge!
    Tx, Catpop
     
  22. champ0608

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    Mine would be my Winchester 72A. Its a very handy tube fed bolt action. It was my very first rifle, and I developed some very find memories with it. My Grandpa gave it to me when I was 13 and before that my grandma had used it to win piles of medals in smallbore competition. Its a real tackdriver.

    And I can say from one bad incident...if I was an invading alien, I wouldn't want to be shot by it. When I was 15, I was out in the desert shooting coke cans off boulders, and caught a ricochet in the calf. Hurt like crazy, and did enough damage to require a minor surgery. Lesson learned.
     
  23. CB900F

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    Fella's;

    Mine would be my CZ452 American left hand. It's a hunting gun and really rather accurate. It wears a mil-dot scope & that opens up all sorts of interesting shot possibilities. It'll do MOA at 100 yards, but it's been stretched well beyond that.
    Hah! Far enough to be considered a sniper rifle, pickin' off aliens tryin' to get into my safe to confiscate the rest of 'em.

    900F
     
  24. 1066

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    Love my Sako Finnfire P94.
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  25. tubeshooter

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    My nicest in the stable is a Marlin 39a, so I would probably keep that. With reasonable care and maintenance it should easily outlast me. Especially no more than I get to shoot nowadays...

    I could also get by just fine with my Marlin 81ts if I had to, although it is not as nice of a specimen (obviously).

    My first rifle was a Marlin 60 and I still have it - but it doesn't really move me.



    Now, if the question was which rifle would you keep that had to do it all and be rugged and reliable, I just might pick the old Savage model 24. It is a .22/.410 variant. No tube mag to dent, no lever to (somehow) bend. Fairly minimal number of parts. Yeah, it's "cheating" a little with the shotgun barrel... so what? :)
     
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