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Old 01-01-2012, 09:52 PM   #71
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Completely love our 1947 Remington 510. Shoots like a dream. Can pick one up for $100 or so, if your lucky to find one! I think these guns will only go up in value too. Everyone loves the Rem. 5## series. Excellent shooters. Eats all .22lr ammo...bonus!

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I love my Henry Mare's Leg lever action in .22. It's not the best gun for hunting, but it sure is fun to shoot.
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Old 01-02-2012, 04:30 AM   #73
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Join the NRA?

Joining the NRA means you'll be keeping the Post Office busy and your mail box full.

Join the NRA and you'll get regular mail asking you for more and more money.

Donate to the NRA and you'll get even more mail asking for even more money.

When my local range was the target of a lawsuit with an out of town buyer of the property next door, NRA was nowhere to be seen and was of zero help. Our 60 year old range is how shuttered.

As a member for years, when this current 5 year membership expires, it won't be renewed.
You live in Cali, everyone including the NRA has given up on the People's Republik of Kalifornikstan.

Get a majority of Repubs in your Senate and Gov, repeal the bad gun laws, and folks will start to look at y'all as regular insane instead of extra crispy
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:19 AM   #74
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Join the NRA?

Joining the NRA means you'll be keeping the Post Office busy and your mail box full.

Join the NRA and you'll get regular mail asking you for more and more money.

Donate to the NRA and you'll get even more mail asking for even more money.

When my local range was the target of a lawsuit with an out of town buyer of the property next door, NRA was nowhere to be seen and was of zero help. Our 60 year old range is how shuttered.

As a member for years, when this current 5 year membership expires, it won't be renewed.
Don't tell us, tell the NRA...!

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Ruger 10/22's are OK, but I prefer the older ones with alloy trigger housings (not the new plastic). Clark trigger kit seems to help.
I shoulda kept the fluted sporter I got yrs ago, matched my dad's '66 .44 mag Sporter auto.
Geeez prices on good old stuff has gone silly!
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Jeepergeo,

I do believe you missed my original point about being taken to task

for a cheap .22 rifle.

What I was saying was that folks who won't even spend 25$ to

join the NRA
are highly unlikely to spend 500$ on a .22 in the first place.
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Old 01-03-2012, 10:59 PM   #77
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If any ones getting a 22 I recommend a marlin. Any marlin but mostly the 981t and any xt-22 they are a bolt action and great for anyone looking for a 22 cal rifle.!
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