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  1. Jun 7, 2018 #1

    Strycnine

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    I didn't see a Rimfire picture thread.

    I'll start.

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  2. Jun 7, 2018 #2

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  3. Jun 7, 2018 #3

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    It took me awhile to get them. No plans on anymore:D

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  5. Jun 8, 2018 #5

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    Browning Buck Mark Camper Model... { Circa 1997 }


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    SPECS:

    Type: Pistol
    Produced: 1985 - Present
    Caliber: .22 LR
    Action: blowback operated semi-auto
    Trigger: single-action (SA)
    Safety: frame mounted thumb safety
    Magazine: 10-round
    Frame: matte blue aluminum
    Grips: molded composite
    Sights: Fixed blade front / Adjustable target rear
    Barrel Length: 5.5"
    Overall Length: 9.5"
    Weight: 34 oz.
    Note: Red Dot Mounted



    About the Handgun:

    These .22 LR rimfire target/sport pistols are derived from original Fabrique Nationale designs, which were the work of Bruce Browning. They all have a fixed barrel/frame group with a separate half-length slide at the rear, similar to the Colt Woodsman or many High Standard designs.

    About the Cartridge:

    American firearms manufacturer John Stevens Arms & Tool Company introduced the cartridge in 1887... developing the .22 Long Rifle rim fire cartridge from the .22 Long cartridge case developed 16 years earlier, with a 40 grain round nose bullet loaded to a higher velocity than the older 29 grain .22 Long bullet.

    The round owes its origin to the Flobert BB Cap of 1845 through the .22 Smith & Wesson cartridge of 1857.

    Modern .22 Long Rifle High Velocity cartridges drive a 40 grain copper-plated bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1255 fps and muzzle energy of 140 ft-lbs from a rifle barrel. This rim fire cartridge has become the most popular sporting and target shooting cartridge in the world.


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    My Heritage Rough Rider SA Revolver... ( Circa 2017 )... chambered in .22CB, .22 Short, .22Long, .22 Long Rifle, and by switching the cylinder, .22 Rem Mag.

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    SPECS:

    Model: RR22MB4

    • Barrel Material: 1215 Steel
    • Barrel Length: 4.75"
    • Caliber: .22 Long Rifle / .22 Magnum
    • Cylinder Capacity: 6 Rounds
    • Cylinders Material: 12L14 Steel
    • Finish: Blue
    • Frame Material: Aluminum Alloy
    • Grip: Cocobolo
    • Land and Grooves: 6
    • Land Width: .076"
    • Length of Rifling Twist: 1:14" RH
    • Over all Length: 10.035"
    • Sights: Open fixed type; Notch at Rear
    • Style: Fixed
    • Trigger Pull: Approximately 6 Pounds
    • Weight Unloaded: 33.4 ounces


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    My Davis Industries Derringer... { Circa 1989 }...chambered in .22 Remington Magnum.


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    My Marlin Model 80C... { Circa 1960 } ... chambered in .22 Short, Long, and Long Rifle...


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    [ No Serial Number due to being Pre-GCA of 1968 which made it mandatory for all firearms to have one. ]

    SPECS:

    Type: Rifle
    Action: Bolt
    Caliber: .22 Short / Long / Long Rifle
    Barrel: Micro-Grooved
    Feed System: Clip
    Capacity: 7+1 Rounds
    Trigger: Single Action
    Sights: Post Front / Semi-Buckhorn Rear
    Safety: On Bolt
    Produced: 1940-1970


    Bought this rifle at a Sunday Morning Flea Market in Shamokin, Pa while waiting for the Skeet Range to open up at the Valley Gun & Country Club in Elysburg, PA...

    Found it on a table in a gun rack otherwise filled with toy guns...picked it up and worked the action as a safety check when the owner walks over and says $100...I checked it a liitle more as he stands there and I say $75...and he says "Sold". Picked up a Camo Soft Case for it too...so it was less than $100 for both.


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  9. Jun 8, 2018 #9

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    My Marlin Glenfield Model 60... { Circa 1980 } ...Shown with a vintage K-Mart Scope


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    SPECS:

    Type: Rifle
    Action: Self Loading / Straight Blowback / Right-side Eject
    Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
    Barrel: Micro-Grooved
    Feed System: Under Barrel Tubular Magazine
    Capacity: 18+1 Rounds
    Trigger: Single Action
    Safety: Cross Bolt
    Sights: Post Front / Semi-Buckhorn Rear
    Weight: 5.5 lbs
    Barrel Length: 22"
    Overall Length: 40.5"
    Produced: 1960 ~ Present


    The Marlin Model 99 was developed in 1959 by Ewald Nichol. Internally, it was essentially what would become the Model 60 in 1960. However, major differences were visible from the exterior. The Model 99 featured a walnut stock, and the receiver, instead of being grooved for tip-off scope mounts like the Model 60 would be, was factory-tapped to accept screw-on scope mounts. The Model 99 was offered from 1959 through 1961, and a lower priced version, Model 99G, was offered under Marlin's Glenfield line.

    The Marlin Model 60 was developed in 1960 from the Model 99 design. The primary difference was that the stock was made of birch instead of walnut to reduce the recurring production costs for the more expensive wood. Marlin also moved away from their practice of using steel inner tubes with their tubular magazine. They moved back to brass inner tubes as other companies had done. This, instead of the steel tubes often seen on earlier Marlin .22 rifles, completely eliminated the rust problems that the all-steel tubular magazines had experienced which helped make the inexpensive Marlin rifle as durable as more expensive .22 caliber rifles.

    The Model 60 additionally featured a 16-groove rifled barrel, utilizing Marlin's trademarked Micro-Groove rifling technology, which had been developed in 1953. This rifling, with its precision-crowned muzzle, gave the Model 60 an inherent, enhanced accuracy over competing rifles, which used traditional deep grooved rifling, because the bullet was not as severely deformed while traveling down the barrel, and downrange.

    The Model 60 has a manual "fully open" bolt hold position, activated by pushing the charging handle inwards towards the gun when it is in the fully retracted, open breech position. To close the bolt with the manual bolt hold-open engaged, the charging handle must be pulled out, away from the gun, before the bolt will go forward. Since 1985, the Model 60 has also included a patented automatic "last-shot" bolt hold-open. This latter feature is a safety feature that locks the bolt half-way open after the last cartridge is fired, thereby allowing the safe inspection of the now-open action. This also notifies the user when the gun is empty.

    During the late-1980s, the capacity of the rifle was reduced to a 15-round maximum limit, to meet New Jersey's firearms law for semi-automatic assault weapons. For a few years in the mid-1980s the Model 60 rifles had both the "last shot hold open" feature and also held 18 rounds in the tube magazine. Those rifles with those two features are among the most sought after Model 60s.

    The redesigned magazine tube was visibly shorter than the barrel, which is how rifles from this period can be easily identified. Then, in the early 2000s the length of the barrel was reduced from 22 to 19 inches, to match the length of the reduced length magazine. This had the effect of reducing the length of the rifle from 40.5 to 37.5 inches.


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    Henry U.S. Survival AR-7


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    Action Type ~ Semi-Auto
    Caliber ~ .22 LR
    Capacity ~ 8 Rounds
    Length ~ 16.5 inches
    Weight ~ 3.5 pounds
    Front Sight ~ Orange Blade
    Rear Sight ~ Adjustable

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    Designed by Eugene Stoner, inventor of the M-16, this rifle was originally adopted by the United States Air Force as an aircrew survival weapon.

    Since 1959 the venerable AR-7 has been the choice of U.S. Air Force pilots who need a small-caliber rifle they can count on should they have to punch out over a remote area. Through the years the AR-7’s reputation for portability, ease of operation and reliability has carried over to the civilian world.

    Today it’s a favorite of bush pilots, backpackers and backcountry adventurers who, like their Air Force counterparts, need a rifle that’s easy to carry yet has the accuracy to reliably take down small game.

    When disassembled the pieces fit inside the impact-resistant, water resistant stock. Assembly is as easy as attaching the receiver to the stock, inserting the barrel, and screwing on the nut. In a few seconds, without any tools, the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 is ready for action.

    It comes standard with a sturdy steel barrel covered in tough ABS plastic with a protective coating for complete corrosion resistance. It’s engineered for perfect balance and the ability to maintain its tack-driving accuracy, even after thousands of rounds.

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  11. Aug 25, 2019 #11

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    CZ 452 Military Trainer, bolt-action, Tangent sight, beechwood stock. Now discontinued. Half the price of an entry-level Anschutz but almost as accurate.
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  12. Aug 28, 2019 #12

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    I'll add one - a 39A Golden from the mid-70's

    Everyone swoons over these, but in all honesty it is my least favorite Marlin 22 of all I have

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  13. Aug 28, 2019 #13

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    Generally I do not expect a semi auto to be as accurate and consistent as Bolt action, or single shot .
    I bought this semi auto after reading that accuracy was outstanding, and the fact I have never seen one.
    Glad I did , amazing shooter, super trigger, and good looker also. Mfg 1964-1967.

    Many have said it's the best semi auto 22 ever made.

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    I have heard great things about the Ithaca's. Interestingly enough - my favorite Marlin 22 is my Model 56 which uses the same magazine as the Ithaca X15

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    That is a fine looking rifle. Too bad it don't shoot better
     
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    One of my 2 Survival 22's. Henry AR7.



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    Love me some Rimfire action!

    Heritage Rough Rider:

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    S&W 22A:

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    Ruger Mk II:

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    CMMG Dedicated .22 Upper:

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    Ruger 10-22:

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    Savage Mk II:

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    and my Rossi Handi has a .22 barrel:

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    This Savage can be a tack driver , but only with expensive ammo.
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    Great turtle and possum gun.

    Jim
     
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    This PMR 30 is quite the fun gun.
    30 rounds of fire breathing .22 magnum is a bit of firepower.
    I only own 2 Keltecs, and I really like this one.

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    Jim
     
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    Only S&W I own that has had to make 2 trips back to the factory for repairs. #1 I broke off the manual safety lever, #2 slide would lock back after every shot no matter what I did. Now it's finally a reliable shooter. Of course this version isn't even made by S&W. The "made in Germany" stamps tells all.

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