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Rimfire Pics

Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by TylerDurden, Jul 11, 2007.

  1. aaronrkelly

    aaronrkelly

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    This is the most accurate rimfire weapon I have ever fired, I dont shoot it as much as I would like because ammo is a bit pricey when compared to standard .22lr - but its still a nice weapon.

    Marlin 883 .22 magnum

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  2. Beautiful rifle
    couldn't you just load it one at a time with .22lr? but Still...it's not as expensive as say....30-06:whistling: (just keep that in mind)
     


  3. aaronrkelly

    aaronrkelly

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    No, .22lr is physically different then .22mag.

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    The two in the left are .22 mag - the right is .22lr
     
  4. notasccrmom

    notasccrmom really I'm not

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    I posted these over in the Non-Glock section, but I figured I'd post them here for the rimfire guys too...

    S&W 617 6 shot .22LR
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  5. RED64CJ5

    RED64CJ5

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    Your pictures look like an advertisement for Cabelas!

    (meant to be a compliment)
     

  6. ok. i was under the impression that it just wouldn't feed it and you would have to load it by hand.:dunno:
     
  7. aaronrkelly

    aaronrkelly

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    The diameter of the bullet is also different, the .22mag is larger.

    If you fired a .22lr in the weapon you may have extraction issues.

    I have more than a few .22lr rifles anyways so there is no real benefit.
     
  8. Buckaroo

    Buckaroo

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    Since no one has posted a pic of one here is mine

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    I just picked it up for teaching my girls how to shoot. The little ones are 5.9 and 8.5 years old so it should be just the thing.

    The littlest one was three when she saw a Blue framed KT .32 at the gun shop and asked if I would buy it for her!

    She may end up being a shooter.... Time will tell.

    Buckaroo
     
  9. Unfortunately this one does not belong to me. It is a photo of the club-owned gun that I learned shooting with about three decades ago.
    It has been fired about 100,000 times but is still going strong and the action is the way I would like my Python's to be...

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    ...an old Colt Officers Model Match.
     
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  10. MCPreacher

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    Just ordered this... should be here net week.

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  11. Retired Squid

    Retired Squid

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    I had one, was a real tack driver. It didn't fit my hand good and was a small PIA to take apart for proper cleaning. Same with my Ruger MkIII Target Competition model, big, heavy and PIA to disassemble and reassemble.

    So I now have a S&W 22A that I just love to shoot and is easy as sin to work on, and out shoots my Ruger and is about the same as my Buckmark. But I must say the small amount of difference in accuracy between the Ruger and the S&W or Buckmark was not enough to mean any thing unless shooting competition.
     
  12. Unruely

    Unruely

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    OK, here are mine... Or at least most of them..
    First are 2 CZ 452 Varmints, 1-22lr, & 1-17HMR:
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    Ruger X-17:
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    The wife's Ruger 10/22:
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    Original Mossberg 151m(b):
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    Custom Ruger 10/22:
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  13. Unruely

    Unruely

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    Custom Ruger 10/22:
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    Custom Marlin 17V:
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    Savage 22lr:
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    And now to the pistols!!
    3-Ruger MKII 10"ers
    1-MKII slabside
    1-MKIII Hunter
    1-MKIII 22/45
    1-Taurus Tracker 17HMR
    1-S&W 22A

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    S&W 41 1971 vintage!
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    Martin

    p.s. Some people say I have a problem with rimfires?? I think i have to agree with them.. I NEED MORE
     
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  14. Lone_Wolfe

    Lone_Wolfe Sandbox Refugee CLM

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    This side of a tombstone
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    A mess of rimfires being guarded by my cat. My newest, a Ruger MkII with a 10" barrel didn't arrive in time for the family portrait.
     
  15. CanyonMan

    CanyonMan In The Saddle

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    Got a bunch more, but no time to take pics right now... These were already handy.

    CM
     
  16. bmag

    bmag

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    Repost:
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    From my old man, Colt Huntsman cal 22lr. (ca.1967)
    Shoots pretty straight.
     
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  17. MCPreacher

    MCPreacher

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    Got this recently.... tried out an old ProPoint, but the 5moa dot was just too big. Swapped it out to a 2-7x32 with an illuminated reticle and modified a holster to fit it scoped.

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