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Old 04-06-2012, 02:30 PM   #11
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That looks like an early 10-22 with a walnut sporter stock with English straight grip. In top shape it could go for $300 but it is not in top shape. It is on the rare side. By the way, I have seen brand new take off barrels for as little as $10.

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Old 04-06-2012, 04:17 PM   #12
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Vincent unless your wally world sells used firearms ,go look again. 117dollars!!!!!

jtj That was a nice stock at one time. No used what would be called a beater now is worth over 150 bucks and many now go for 125 or a bit less Still for a good price and some tlc sanding and stock oil it may look good again.

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Old 04-06-2012, 04:21 PM   #13
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Vincent unless your wally world sells used firearms ,go look again. 117dollars!!!!!
Found receipt...correction...$217...sorry, my bad...

Edit-I may have quoted the $117 price in another thread or two and I was mistaken...don't know where I got $117 from...apologies.
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Some more pictures and one that shows the amount of pitting and rust it has....Sorry it's in sections because I have to get close for better pictures...This iPhone sucks at taking pictures.

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Old 04-08-2012, 07:11 AM   #15
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Btw she shoots like a charm but jams about every 100 rounds mostly slamming the spent shell in the breach..."stove piping"....But other then that it's a great gun...My boss's dad gave it to him 4 years ago and he never took good care of it..He left it in the garage and never shot or cleaned it out of the 4 years he had it...I figured I would give it a good cleaning and a good home

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Old 04-08-2012, 12:00 PM   #16
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That is a plain jane model thats had the band area of the stock cut off. Learn to take it all apart completely, barrel from reciever and trigger parts and clean it well inside and out. You could use some very fine ss wool and kroil oil to try to clean the rust off the barrel . Use a some breakfree clp for oil on it.

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The jams you are experiencing most likely are coming from the mag or the ammo. I can get those jams in mine but only when running the banana mags with cheap remington bulk pack ammo. I got a lot of duds too. I switched to the federal bulk packs from walmart and havent had a single failure of any kind in about 1500 rounds so far. But i also havent shot any through the banana mags either and i know the springs in mine are worn. Try switching to different ammo (the federal is same price as remington i believe and far better quality) and cleaning your mags. I dont think they come apart but a spray cleaner sprayed in, shook around, and then turn upside down to drain out. Keep doing it till it runs back out clean/cleaner than it was. Allow to dry before shooting again. 22's are really dirty. You dont want all that crud sticking to moisture inside the mags that you just cleaned...

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That is a plain jane model thats had the band area of the stock cut off. Learn to take it all apart completely, barrel from reciever and trigger parts and clean it well inside and out. You could use some very fine ss wool and kroil oil to try to clean the rust off the barrel . Use a some breakfree clp for oil on it.
It says it's a 10/22 carbine above the serial # but I have no idea about these guns...I have shot it a bit in the last week though(probably 1000 rounds through it this week) so I'm going to give it a good cleaning like you said..I'm sure this will be the first time it's ever been cleaned...How do people just let a gun rust away in a car garage and not care!!!..I guess some people just don't like guns like we do
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You did just fine and my bid is $ 140.51 !

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