what all rimfires do you own

Discussion in 'Small Bore' started by Anonymous, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. Anonymous

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    i own a henry 22 l.r. lever action
    pre 64 model 61 22 l.r.
     
  2. chips

    chips Well-Known Member

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    i have an old sears .22 bolt action, a broken marlin, and a remington 597
     

  3. gwp4ever

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    Re: re: what all rimfires do you own

    The model 60 is usually under $100 just go pick up another, thats what I'll do if mine breaks. Its the best shooting .22 out there especially for the money.
     
  4. JWiley

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    Got two .22's, both old: a Marlin 100 bolt-action single and a Remington 550-1 autoloader. I got the Remington from my Dad, who bought it new when he was a kid.

    Don't shoot them much, though. Need to rectify that.

    JW
     
  5. chips

    chips Well-Known Member

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    Re: re: what all rimfires do you own

    im happy with my 597 for now, but i might be in the market for a smoothbore .22 soon
     
  6. HunterJon

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    Savage 93 heavy barrel 17HMR, but i might pick up an old Swiss Vetterli this summer and convert it from .41 Swiss rimfire to centerfire.
     
  7. gwp4ever

    gwp4ever Super Member

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    Re: re: what all rimfires do you own

    How do you like that .17? Ive been looking at them pretty hard.
     
  8. HunterJon

    HunterJon Active Member

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    Nice little guns, quite accurate. Due to the fact that im down at school I haven't gotten to really hunt with it as much as i wanted. It's a good whistle pig gun if your not shooting long range. I assume it would be a good squirell(sp) gun but I haven't used it for that due to the fact that when i hunt them the leaves are still on the trees so I use the shotty. As soon as finals are over, Im gonna try and bag some whistle pigs (groundhog for all the rest of you), and some crows with it. I'll post the results after i get a chance to really test the thing out.
     
  9. B540Glenn

    B540Glenn Active Member

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    1 Ruger 10/22 w/ 2.5X10 scope
    1 Westernfield .22 semi (unknown model number probably mossberg made))
    1 Glenfield .22 bolt action w/ 4X simmons scope (unknown model number)
    1 Cricket .22 single shot (for teaching the kiddies)
    1 Romanian 1969 .22 trainer bolt action (haven't fired it 'cause the magazine is broke)

    I may be wrong about the Westernfield and Glenfield, I always get thos two mixed up. :oops:
     
  10. Buffalo Newton

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    Rimfires are an addiction to me. Don't know why, just are.

    Winchester: [3] model 69A
    model 61
    model 52 pre-A
    model 52 C
    Remington: model 572
    510
    511
    512
    580
    J.C.Higgins model 30
    Marlin 880SQ
    Marlin 882SSV
    Savage MKII BV
    Savage 501F
    O.F.Mossberg bolt action single shot [model ?]
    Springfield 1922M2
    Browning A Bolt
    Dan Wesson model 22
    Smith&Wesson model 41
    Smith&Wesson model 18
    Hi Standard Supermatic Citation
    Beretta model 70
    Ruger sngle six convertible
    ruger 10/22

    I think thats it right now, but I'm sure there will be more to come.
     
  11. CartridgeGuy

    CartridgeGuy Active Member

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    I have a Browning Buckmark Silhouette, a Browning A-Bolt 22, a Mossberg Model 35, a Glenfield Model 20 (Christmas gift from my parents when I was 14), and a Ruger 10-22 (piece of crap), and my wife has a Ruger Single-Six.
     
  12. tengu

    tengu New Member

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    I have a Marlin 39A Lever Action (Very old my father owned it for many, many years) A Marlin Model 80 Bolt Action Repeater (Got it for my 11th Birthday....I'm 63 now) and a Marlin Model 989-M2 Semi-Auto (Bought it 20 years ago) All of them are excellent shooters and still function flawlessly. If I buy another .22 it will be a Marlin .22 Magnum. In fact I won't buy any rimfire rifles except Marlin, they are the best.
     
  13. wwb

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    A late '60s Ruger 10/22 and an early '60s (Old Model 3-screw) Super Single Six Convertible.
     
  14. SGD

    SGD Member

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    I have a henry goldenboy .22 and it is a great shooter, very smooth lever action.

    Dave
     
  15. Tick

    Tick Member

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    Hmm well .... 4 10/22's then a 77/22LR, 77/22M, 77/17HMR Have a Rossi pump action 22LR just so I don't sound biased.
    Also a Browning Buckmark, Colt Woodsman, A Colt 1911 in 22LR.
    Oh yeah more Rugers... an old 3 screw & a new single six plus a mark 2
     
  16. asmith5

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    I have an old Mossberg single shot Bolt action .22. I don't know the model number or year because there are no serial numbers or model numbers on the gun. I also have a Remington Nylon 66 and a Rossi .22.

    Andrew
     
  17. Irish Setter

    Irish Setter Well-Known Member

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    A Stevens single shot bolt action
    A Remington semi-auto 550 I think
    A Marlin Semi-auto w/scope
    Ruger single six
    Harrington and Richardson 9-shot revolver
    A CZ bolt action (10 yr. old daughter)
    A Henry Lever action (13 yr. old daughter)
     
  18. popplecop

    popplecop New Member

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    I like 22s, Win. Md. 63, Win. 9422M, Rem 510 (my 1st rifle), Rem 12c, Ruger 77/22 & 10/22. TC Classic and a Marlin 881ss. Two handguns both old Rugers, Bearcat and Single Six. Oh yes still looking for something different.
     
  19. RWH24

    RWH24 Active Member

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    Rem mod 4 rolling block
    Win ?? model (pump w/exposed hammer)
    Sears (Win 190) semi-auto
    Ruger Mk-I
    Ruger Super Single Six
    Anschutz 1451 sport repeater
    Anschutz 1415-1416 Hvy Brl sport repeater
    :oops: Hawes single action :roll:
     
  20. stoogots

    stoogots Active Member

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    Weatherby MarkXII Semi Auto 22lr.