Let's see those sweet .22's

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by Dunerunner, Sep 9, 2013.

  1. Dunerunner

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    Here's mine, a family heirloom....

    Winchester Model 90


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    Is that a dime you shot with it? If so that's pretty awesome. I will be getting a Ruger standard PRE mark 1 series here on Thursday. I will post a pic of it as soon as i can.
     
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    Yes, that is a dime I shot with open sights at ~ 25 yards. Only took 500 rounds to hit it! :)
     
  5. Dunerunner

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    Nice 10/22 erudne!!
     
  6. erudne

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    I have a P-Rail on top now so I can swap optics easy
     
  7. Dunerunner

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    Sweet! Did you do the paint?
     
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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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    nice!!and still shooting !!
     
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  10. Will_Ballard

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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 is the most accurate 22 i have ever owned .

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  12. deplorable1

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    Are we just talking long guns here?
    My economy 22's for fun.
    Savage 64 FXP and a Mossberg 702T

    None of the issues I've read about with either rifle using HV ammo.
    Some add on's to both.
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    Our .22LR pistols. M&P22C, M&P22 and Sig Mosquito with a relacement Firefly slide.
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  13. dangerranger

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    1915 Stevens favorite.
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    I got this one as a rusted wreck, after relining the barrel, repairing the stock, and just a good cleaning, it has become one of my favorites to shoot. DR
     
  14. dangerranger

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    The first gun I ever bought! $29.95 at Kmart! This pic was after a little cleaning, and a new stock from Boyds. I gave it to my middle son!

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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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    Here's a pic of the cleaning table after taking the boys out to shoot squirrels. I have 6 boy's so it takes a few guns. I think we had a couple of the cousins along that day too.

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  17. dangerranger

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    Here's another relining project! It started as a 22 but we relined it to 17 Mach2. this was the first three from a new barrel. it has only gotten better since then.

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    As you can tell I like rimfires! DR
     

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