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Old 10-14-2012, 05:59 PM   #21
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I've (4) rimfire shooters I use for Squirrels, Rabbits, Groundhogs, etc, and (1) 22LR I use for Target. Don't have pics to put up here, but if you go to this website: Firearms Price Guide, you can see 4 of them under Marlin,Savage and Ruger pages.

1: Semi-Custom original 1971 Ruger 10/22. Bought new in 1971 when I was around 16 with my own money for $49. I say "semi-custom" because there wasn't any custom accessories back in early 70's, so around 1972 I removed black paint from barrel clamp and buttplate(aluminum) and polished them. Tru-Oiled Walnut Stock. Used to have a Jason 1.5x5x40 scope on it, but recently changed to a Burris "Rimfire" 3-9x40 scope, Leather sling with my Initials on it. Still shoots great.

2: Savage AXIS 22LR with Bushnell 4-16x40A/O, Weaver base W/Weaver Quad Loc Rings, modified Safe/Fire spring for better release and Lightened Trigger spring for better trigger pull, and sling.

3: Marlin 917VRX-17HMR, Adjustable Trigger, with BSA Sweet 17 3-12x40A/O, mounted in Weaver Quad Loc Rings, and sling.

4: Ruger 77-22 Magnum "Weatherguard"(stainless) in laminated Ruger stock, Jard's 1-1/2# Trigger, Simmons 44MAG 4-16x44SF, mounted in Ruger's Tall Rings, sling.

5: Full-Custom Ruger 10/22 with Butler Creek 20" Bull Barrel, Lightened Trigger with Travel Stop Screw, "Original" Fajen Thumbhole W/Benchrest Forearm Stock in Nutmeg color, Extended Magazine Release, Harris Bipod, Bushnell "Dust/Dawn Banner 6-18x50A/O Scope, Weaver "See Thru" mounts to clear scope bell and barrel. Receiver/Trigger Guard/Scope Rings, have had paint removed and sanded to give "Satin" finish to contrast with Rifle's dark colors. This rifle weighs 9.4lbs so there's no hunting with it, unless I see unsuspecting prey with it while shooting from the bench.
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Nice guns I have looked at the ruger 10/22s for awhile I just have to many .22s already.
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Remington target master, the gun I learned to shoot on. It was my dads and his dads before that. I believe made in the 30s. Not exactly sure how far back in the family it goes but needless to say I need to have some kids so I can pass it on down haha. Still shoots strait as can be.

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Wow very nice gun, never seen one before, how does she shoot?
It shoots very well with thunderbolts and CCI's. no issues so far and keeps them at 1 1/2 in groups at 50 yards with the open sights. It is my favorite rifle (for now) to shoot and plink around with.
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Wow, that's pretty sweet, I like the looks of it but I would be afraid to do that with one of my guns, is it dura coated?
The only reason i had the balls to do it is because i had an extra stock. I used some camo paint i found at the local wal mart so even if some comes off i can put it on pretty easily with extra paint. I used a sponge style that kinda looks like a fake digi camo.
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Remington target master, the gun I learned to shoot on. It was my dads and his dads before that. I believe made in the 30s. Not exactly sure how far back in the family it goes but needless to say I need to have some kids so I can pass it on down haha. Still shoots strait as can be.
Wow nice gun, I have an old Hamilton .22 that's was was my great great grandfathers but we don't shoot it, just a wall hanger
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The only reason i had the balls to do it is because i had an extra stock. I used some camo paint i found at the local wal mart so even if some comes off i can put it on pretty easily with extra paint. I used a sponge style that kinda looks like a fake digi camo.
Well it looks sweet I want to dura coat one of my .22s but I am to afraid to
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Wow nice gun, I have an old Hamilton .22 that's was was my great great grandfathers but we don't shoot it, just a wall hanger
We don't shoot it often, its like a blast from the past when we do though
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Just one of my .22 conversions.

This 10/22 just had sex with a M14 EBR and a archangel M1A stock.


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Well it looks sweet I want to dura coat one of my .22s but I am to afraid to
I would go for it. even if it turned out bad you could always get a new stock.
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my ruger 1022 with leupold vx3 efr rimfire 3-12. leupold doesnt offer this scope anymore. its probably the best rimfire scopes ive ever come across. its got an adjustable parrelax from 5 yards to infinity.

the gun itself utilizes a kidd trigger pack, a tacsol barrel, the receiver was duracoated pink to match. the scope was custom ordered from leupold anodized pink at the factory. leupold actually called me to confirm the color choice lol.
That scope reminds me of a maglight. Nice!
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