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Old 11-11-2012, 12:18 PM   #21
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Go to the link and check out my Pink Camo, I couldn't make it work here.

The manual states some CCI can't be used in the 15-22. Mine has only been to the range twice but never missed a lick. It is quite popular with both guys and gals.

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Old 11-11-2012, 12:43 PM   #22
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Nice camo job.

I know mine does not like low velocity rounds, but everything else runs perfect.

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Old 11-11-2012, 08:22 PM   #23
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Go to the link and check out my Pink Camo, I couldn't make it work here.

The manual states some CCI can't be used in the 15-22. Mine has only been to the range twice but never missed a lick. It is quite popular with both guys and gals.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/photo/rimfire-centerfire-rifles/
That's a pretty awesome camp job, what did use to do that?
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It comes from Smith-Wesson like that. There is one a little less bold pink but this one is bright.

http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Category4_750001_750051_757786_-1_757784_757784_image

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In the realm of .22's, I have always wanted a .22 Magnum, semi auto, with a tubular magazine under the barrel. Seems like there aren't a lot (if any) models made like that. Anyone got any ideas about what might be available in that configuration?

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In the realm of .22's, I have always wanted a .22 Magnum, semi auto, with a tubular magazine under the barrel. Seems like there aren't a lot (if any) models made like that. Anyone got any ideas about what might be available in that configuration?
I looked around and couldn't find any. Maybe an old model 60 could be converted?
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Yeah, I haven't found any either. Lots of traditional semi auto, tube fed .22LR's out there, but no magnums that I can find. Might have to go with a pump IF I can find one of those.

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Yeah, I haven't found any either. Lots of traditional semi auto, tube fed .22LR's out there, but no magnums that I can find. Might have to go with a pump IF I can find one of those.
If you really want to a get a keeper, Winchester Model 61 in .22 mag is a nice one.
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Looked online at the Model 61. Looks like a great gun, but the prices people want for those things is crazy!

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Looked online at the Model 61. Looks like a great gun, but the prices people want for those things is crazy!
You should have been around when I sold mine for $300 and thought I was getting the better part of the deal! Blueguns has since set me straight.
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