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Old 08-18-2009, 02:17 AM   #11
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Plenty of different accessories you can get for them. Sucks we cant have any magazine larger than 10rds, but I'm not surprised either.

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Old 08-18-2009, 03:09 AM   #12
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I can't resist...

Non automatic with a can. Venture forth quietly
Frikking stole my line dude..........WTF???

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Henry Golden Boy.

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A 1967 Western Auto Supply, Revelation 150 (Marlin 60)

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That's nice looking Marlin rifle there Cane, very nice.

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Thanks Jack, check out the project @;

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wow both those, Cane's and Hawg, are nice. Look good.


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wow both those, Cane's and Hawg, are nice. Look good.


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Its nothing. LOL.
Check out the 22LR survival thread and you'll see.

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Ruger 10-22 is my vote.. I've had mine since I was 10.. Fired thousands of rounds though it and never had to replace anything.. And many options are available for it. Recently inherited my Father's 10-22 that is one number from mine on the serial number. Both are 34 years old and both function just fine.

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I have yet to find a .22 that isn't fun to shoot. And I intend to get my hands on as many as possible in search of that elusive "dog."

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