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Old 05-17-2012, 06:38 AM   #21
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Used to be good revolvers -- CARP today!
Their semi-autos are doing quite well
My wifey carries a 24/7 Compact 9mm...she likes it because it gives her less problems than her Mil-issue Beretta M9 did...

Although, given the POS status of those first series M-9's, a Lorcin would be more reliable than those original M-9's...lol

Haven't heard of many issues with any of their revolvers...no more than Smith is having, at least...
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Old 05-17-2012, 07:12 AM   #22
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I have owned a Bruno ZKM 611 Take Down .22 Mag for many years. These are the best .22 Mag Auto I have ever seen.
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I have owned a Bruno ZKM 611 Take Down .22 Mag for many years. These are the best .22 Mag Auto I have ever seen.
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Know what? I think I said CZ had one with a good rep earlier. I was, indeed, thinking of your Brno!
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Hi,

I guess I just got lucky and purchased my Ruger 10/22 Magnum at the right time in the 90s. Never misfired once, mainly using Winchester Dynapoint ammo.

I have thought of parting with it - mainly because I like to shoot with iron sights. Tech Sights just will not work without modifying the receiver.

Should I let a gunsmith do it? Or should I part ways and invest in a rimfire rifle that will take Tech Sights?

Thanks for your feedback in advance.

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What's wrong with the iron sights that are already on it? If it were mine, I wouldn't touch it. There aren't a ton of those on the market, and yours looks real nice. And, it works. I'd hang onto it and see if it went up in value.
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As I remember a couple european rimfires mfg in .22mag


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Until about a year ago I had two Remington 597s; one started life as a heavy barreled .22WMR the other was born as a .17HMR and went through the conversion process to .22WMR after the recall. Early on I came across a post in one or another forum that recommended loading the magazines to a maximum of 6 rounds rather than filling them to the 8 round capacity. It was like a new world dawned; I never again had another problem with double feeds, stovepipes or any other issues for that matter. The sporter (the former .17HMR) was acceptably accurate but the heavy-barrel one was target-grade. Just learn to get the set screws properly set so the guide rods aren't bent, keep 'em clean and well lubricated then enjoy shooting 'em all day long. I traded them off only because I decided I wasn't getting enough use from them so someone else should have them for small game hunting and critter elimination.
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Know what? I think I said CZ had one with a good rep earlier. I was, indeed, thinking of your Brno!
Would that be the CZ 512?
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I used to have an H&R 700 that worked just fine. Never jammed or failed to cycle properly.
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Would that be the CZ 512?

Yes, Cz makes a 512 in 22 Mag. It sounds as if the. Newer ones even have a useful trigger. That was the weak link in the rifle from past reviews.


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