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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by c3shooter, Oct 22, 2020.
The date is 10-22-2020, so all of you that have one, lets see some pictures of your 10-22!
Now I need to buy one. Thanks for the reason.
Tex- you know we can't see anything but a red X.....
Thank God, someone in power finally sees what I see!
Click the reply button to see his picture.
Had 5906 gallon of fuel on one tank today. Lol Yeah numbers always stand for something firearm related.
Here’s my Deluxe model. Circa 1987
The photo shows up on my computer.
I see it.
Somewhat weird- yes, if i click on reply I get the pic of your rifle- and that is really cool! And so is Caveman's! Nobody else bitten by the 10-22 bug?
297E9CB8-CE77-4156-8E6F-398587CB6048 by AgedWarrior posted Apr 18, 2020 at 5:51 PM
I have had this since around 1992 I believe. Don’t shoot it as much nowadays because the CZ 455 is so much more accurate...not that the 10-22 is bad. She is pretty much stock except for the mount and cheap Weaver scope I stuck on it.
I am looking forward to 19/11/2020. I have something to show then.
I abandoned my last 10-22 about a dozen years ago and went back to tube fed rifles. I gave my son the 10-22 and I haven't looked back.
Nothing special - absolutely stock with the exception of the bi-pod and scope (Simmons 22 Mag 3-9X40 AO). Have owned the gun since the early '80s (bought new), upgraded with the bi-pod and scope just a few years ago. Works like a Timex with CCI Mini-Mags, which is all I stock up on.
Don't hunt, but plink at mostly reactive targets (spinners, coffee creamer bottles, empty cigarette boxes) at about 50-75 yards.
here's mine bought it in 1971.
I had a new un fired one I bought maybe 25 years ago? Semi auto 22’s just don’t do anything for me. I craved a sweet bolt action and found a mint condition used Ruger 77/22 in the exact configuration I was looking for. No sights or extra holes in the barrel,scoped only and with a Leupold 4x scope. Maybe was 10 years ago? $279 bucks Handed the 10/22 to my daughter.