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Old 11-15-2012, 07:24 AM   #31
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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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Old 11-15-2012, 07:28 AM   #32
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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?
Henry Rifles has a 22 magnum pump action rifle with the tubular magazine under the barrel. Go to their web site to see it.
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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?
You won't find many auto loaders as mfgrs have always had a very hard time with the .22 WMR cartridge in a autoloader.
KelTech is starting shipping of their new RMR 30 Carbine by end of December. 30 round magazine. It will probably be pricey though. I may get one if I can afford it! Good luck and keep us posted.
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Man I have more 22's than anything. Bolt action, semi, and one pump (Remington 121 Fieldmaster). You just can not get more fun vs cost with any other type of firearm.

I'll have to do some pic taking my next time out

I've seen Ruger 10-22 magnums but those have a mag like the 22LR I can't remember seeing one wit ha tube mag.

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The Henrys do look like nice guns, both the pumps and the lever actions. I would love to have the Ruger 10-22 in magnum, but they only made those for awhile, and from reports they never had much success getting them to work right.

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I was only semi-serious with the 61, I would have never even been able to own had mine not been a family gun. I do really like the Henry pump, and you can't go wrong with a lot of old Remingtons.

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For cheap fun, pick up a used Marline 60, 70


I like the take down models e.g 70pss, sometimes called the papoose.

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For cheap fun, ick up a used Marline 60, 70

I like the take down models e.g 70pss, sometimes called the papoose.
I like those. The 60 is classic, and the papoose is awesome gun. Have you got to try the 10/22 takedown yet?
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I never cease to be amazed at how many folks got started in shooting by their grandfathers!
I never got to meet my grandfather. My father was pro-gun, but never took me shooting. I had to learn it on the streets.

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Have you got to try the 10/22 takedown yet?
No I haven't, but i would buy it without trying if I had the money.
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I bought a Model 60 a couple years ago and the sights were crapola. Ended up buying an after market peep sight to fix the problem. The factory one moved all over and wouldn't stay put.

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