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Old 02-01-2014, 11:21 PM   #231
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I've got a Remington 597 I love to shot. As far as long guns it is probably what I shoot the most. Accurate and cheap, plus I have a few 30 round mags.

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got another favorite yesterday , a Bereatta arx 160 , just got back from the range sighting a reddot and love this thing , ran some junk sub Sonic's through it up to good stuff and it eats them all , not a single malfunction
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Congrats on the ARX 160 Mini. The only thing they don't have for it yet is a Drum of some sort. Here is my Mossberg 702. It still needs: the optic mounted and rear sight removed,( I have the hooded Front bead sight) and the sling & Bi-Pod. I have a few 25 rd. Mags....imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1394701153.274228.jpg


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Congrats on the ARX 160 Mini. The only thing they don't have for it yet is a Drum of some sort. Here is my Mossberg 702. It still needs: the optic mounted and rear sight removed,( I have the hooded Front bead sight) and the sling & Bi-Pod. I have a few 25 rd. Mags....Attachment 139048


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thanks , the only problem I have now is deciding which one to shoot , my GSG5 , Ruger SR 22 or the Bereatta , shot all 3 last week end in a shoot and had a ball but don't know if I can find enough ammo to feed them , they can eat a lot , LOL , nice Mossberg but I have to quit looking
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An old Remington Nylon 66---probably taught a couple hundred folks how to get started in shooting with this gun---especially nervous females---lightweight---no kick---very accurate...
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An old Remington Nylon 66---probably taught a couple hundred folks how to get started in shooting with this gun---especially nervous females---lightweight---no kick---very accurate...

I remember those! Never had one myself but a friend did, we would argue over what shot better the 10/22 or the 66...it was remmy's "Answer to " the 10/22...


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I like my little Browning lever action .22. It has a nice polished finish.
I hunt squirrels with cb caps in it. It is very accurate with most .22 cartridges and very light. I would like to move up to an engraved model. Maybe it is time to drop some hints to wife. Birthday isn't long off.
I like the Rugers I have but thy seem to be so fat in construction except for the full length laminated stocked one that Wal Mart had made for one or two years. Still in the box. Might be worth something some day.
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The 66 predated the 10-22 by quite a few years. The 66 was manufactured for 1959 to 1989. The 10-22 was introduced in 1964.
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I like my little Browning lever action .22. It has a nice polished finish.
I hunt squirrels with cb caps in it. It is very accurate with most .22 cartridges and very light. I would like to move up to an engraved model. Maybe it is time to drop some hints to wife. Birthday isn't long off.
I like the Rugers I have but thy seem to be so fat in construction except for the full length laminated stocked one that Wal Mart had made for one or two years. Still in the box. Might be worth something some day.
Ruger made a walnut full stocked 10-22 for a few years. That lever Browning is a nice little rifle.
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The 66 predated the 10-22 by quite a few years. The 66 was manufactured for 1959 to 1989. The 10-22 was introduced in 1964.

Well,..I only Knew When the 10/22 started into Production,..In 1959 I was still "DNA"...wasn't born until 1960....


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