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Old 08-04-2012, 06:00 AM   #31
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And another Marlin 60 here. Mine is a Marlin Glenfield Model 60 bought in 1970 which I still have. Always has been a great little .22 and very accurate. Years later I got another Marlin 60 with the shorter barrel.

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Ruger 10/22 here.

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Marlin Model 60. Then a Ruger Mini-14. What a POS that was. Sent it back to Ruger, they rebuilt it. I promptly traded the "new" Mini for a Colt HBAR. I never looked back.

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Marlin model 60

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Marlin Model 60 from Otasco if any Okies out there remember them.
My dad use to talk about Otasco. He said it was a pretty cool store. He still has a Browning 30-06 BAR that my grandma bought my pa way back. Surprisingly he found its receipt not to long ago. I heard there was one left open in Border Texas.
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Russian SKS bought from an army buddy for $75.00

Best gun buy of my life!

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Old 08-05-2012, 10:15 PM   #37
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If I knew then, what I know now, my first semi

would have been a Marlin 60.

I call it "the typewriter", because with

the 'phones on, it sounds just like a

secretary using an electric typewriter,

at full blast.

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My first semi auto rifle was a Savage/Westpoint 487t 22 rifle I purchased in the mid 70s at a True Value Hardware store.

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Got a model 66 .22 LR Remington with black nylon stock for my 10th birthday My birthday is Christmas eve so me and my uncle who bought me the rifle went squirrel hunting that day and I bagged 10 squirrels that day.
one of my best childhood memories.

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SKS.

All my .22 rifles are bolt action.

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