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Old 07-20-2011, 10:27 PM   #11
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BrowminG made one for a while. Called the " BPR ".

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Old 07-21-2011, 09:22 PM   #12
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I have a Henry (H003TM) .22 magnum pump. It's a great rifle and very
accurate too.

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Well, i got it yesterday. It has seen better days. It is a 22 mag Rossi replica of an old Winchester model 62.

I will shoot it on Saturday. I don't predict me spending much on ammo for it. It will probably become an interesting oddity at the back of the safe or maybe hanging on the wall. The idiot who owned it before & somehow mounted a scope on it probably had to write "lather, rinse, repeat" on his shower wall.

Oh well, not a total waste of $100.

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Default .22WMR pump Winchester 61

I have a Model 61 pump. Family heirloom now after father-in-law passed, it's 90% NRA rating and is in the safe next to my Marlin 783 .22WMR bolt, which is 95% condition. Both of these rifles are favorites to shoot and the accuracy is unsurpassed on the 61, that rifle has won many a turkey shoot on Sundays in Louisianna. I have it to use against BG's and with it being able to take down with one screw, it's also a bugout gun too. Perfect for any North American small game and can knock down a deer too, I've been told. I would consider selling the Marlin, not pushing the issue but the Winchester will stay home with our family. I'm anxious to see what it'll be worth in another 10 years. Was offered $800.00 for the 61 in 1990. I wonder what it's worth on today's market with it being 50years of age? Enjoy the shooting sports.

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Default Taurus M72 C/SS

I bought a M72 4 years ago, its a overseads copy of a winchester pump with import safety gadgets to get in country, still for the money they are a great gun the only plastic on it is the butt plate



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Was offered $800.00 for the 61 in 1990. I wonder what it's worth on today's market with it being 50years of age? Enjoy the shooting sports.
Age has nothing to do with it. You can add about 1000 to the 800 for today's market but only because it's a .22 mag.
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I paid $348.00 FOB Kotzebue AK.

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Awesome deal!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Default the price for a all steel .22

for what I was looking at the taurus 72 .22mag stainless steel carbine was cheaper than a henry rifle .22lr in blue and walnut (if I recall it was like $465).
the deal was you were paying more for a .22 with a aluminum receiver.
If you can buy this type rifle with a steel receiver for less than $400 jump on it.
I wouldent be able to sell it If I wanted, the kids love it, main reason why is its quick and accurate and so far reliable here on the arctic coast.

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