Let's see those sweet .22's

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It was a long cold winter and the paint was my first attempt, it actually does match the local vegetation, I have done better work since then
 
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Here is my 22
My gallery rifle is back from Turnbull
WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 - SERIAL NUMBER #####
Serial number applied on March 18, 1905
Type: Rifle
Caliber: 22 S.
Barrel Type: Octagon
Barrel Weight: #3
Barrel Length: 28 inches
Trigger: Single set
Swiss plate
Received in warehouse on March 27, 1905
Shipped from warehouse on March 28, 1905, Order number 5942

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Here's one I built from spare parts for a grandson. The barrel is from a Rem 40x, the action was a marlin because it try fed the ammo instead of having to put each round into the chamber like the Crickets.[ little fingers have trouble getting them in there.] and of course it had to have a muzzle break! The stock was from a maple 2x6 that was left over from remodeling a book case!

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