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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by jcg2439, Mar 7, 2011.
I am here to listen to your input on your favorite .22
mine personally is the popular Ruger 10/22
My current favorite 22LR is my SIG 522 SBR. I have tried to post a picture of it but have failed.
that is fine I have never heard of it
Probably either my dads Nylon 66 or my Grandfathers pump action henry with a octagon barrel. both amazing wish i had one of each myself.
I bought my son a Youth model Henry Lever Action .22 and I love that little thing, Its just so easy and smooth.
I've got a 10/22, and they are a TON of fun to shoot. But there is just something about a good ole antique 22 that you just can't beat. I've got a 1950s model Remington Fieldmaster 121. That thing still shoots like a swiss watch.
Henry Golden Boy.
My favorite is a Remington Model 510 Targetmaster single shot from the 1940s given to me by my father years ago. Most accurate that I own including a Henry , Remington Model 12 pump, Mossberg Model 42 scoped, Winchester pump and several Ruger old model single sixes. I have won several rim fire matches with the Model 510. Just love that old gun. Best regards
TODAY it's a toss up..
Either my Marlin 39A, or my Marlin 39 Century Limited..
Marlin 39 A.
my gramps has a boy scouts of America commemorative lever action in .22 long rifle, I love the gun have never dared to fire it. It's a beautiful looking gun.
IMO, the best all around .22 is the Marlin 39 series. Quality, through and through.
Of the new breed, the S&W M&P22 is coming on strong.
Well my old M60 for nostalgia's sake but practically I'd go with my M795...
Wasr 22 akt-98
the henry is awesome.... i want one
my grandpa's old marlin .22 that i have never shot. i need to get a clip for it and its the only .22 i have.
Picked mine up yesterday, installed the large loop lever and can't wait to put some rounds through it. I have a 60 year old Weaver scope I want to mount to it. It's the Weaver G6 and its just a straight black tube, so you get that real vintage look to it. I did use some snap caps in it last night just to get the feel for the action and the trigger. . . Action is butter, but the trigger has some grit after the hammer goes home. Gonna drop it off at the gun smith to see if he can work the grit out of it.
It's a beautiful work of art.
I currently own two .22 caliber firearms. I have a Ruger 10/22 rifle and a Browning Buckmark. Both of these guns are a pleasure to shoot and I am proud to say are very accurate in my hands. The Buckmark is stock and was easy to zero in the adjustable rear sight. I scoped the 10/22 with an inexpensive Walmart scope.
I really enjoy shooting the Charger, which is a heavy pistol version of the Ruger 10/22.