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What is your 22 "fun gun"?

Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by ZombieJoe, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Janno05

    Janno05

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    My Marlin 39a is hard to beat for pure fun, but my LTR 10/22 gets the most trigger time.
     
  2. Rutha73

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    What stock is that? I like the way it looks!:thumbsup:
     


  3. jpwalnuthill

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    My 10/22 has just been replaced with a Henry Lever action as my favorite plinker. awesome shooting gun and super accurate.
     
  4. HKUSP.40

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    Browning Buckmark w/ Tactical Solutions threaded barrel and TacSol compensator. Also added a TacSol fiber optic front sight. Love this little guy!

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Marine123

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    Mines a sauer and sohns revolver I got at an estate sale for 40$ it is awesome looking .22 lr


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  6. harleypilot

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    My Ruger Mark III stainless with bull barrel and ultra dot is my fun pistol.

    My Ruger 10/22 stainless with red dot is my fun rifle.

    My new stainless 10/22 with mannlicher stock and scope will be here this week. Really looking forward to playing with it after I do the normal Volquartsen changes.

    Jim
     
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2012
  7. Retired Squid

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    Marine123 :needspics:

    Speaking of fun revo's my Dan Wesson model 22 from about 1979 and scary accurate.

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  8. harleypilot

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    The picture of that Dan Wesson .22 really makes me want to go out and buy a .22 revolver. Haven't had one for years.

    Jim
     
  9. TENWHEELER

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    I have several options but the one I reach for and shoot the best is my $50 IMC2 Romanian trainer. Love that rifle.


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  10. bwvan

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    Remington 597 with Boyd's thumbhole stock and Volquartsen trigger upgrade.
     
  11. Marine123

    Marine123

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    Here is my jp sauer and sohn/ hawes firearms co pic


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  12. 17119jfkioe

    17119jfkioe

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    marlin 795!

    Most fun you can have for under $100!!!!
     
  13. bubblescivic

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    I have two... first is my new favorite .22LR the Ruger 10/22 takedown, second is my Sig Sauer 1911 Stainless with the Kimber Rimfire Target .22LR conversion on it. Both are more accurate than I am and very fun to shoot... especially if I run CCI Mini Mags or CCI AR Tactical ammo through them.

    I've found that the CCI AR Tactical gives very good accuracy and is loaded a bit hotter than most high velocity rounds. In the Kimber Rimfire Conversion the AR Tactical gives the pistol a bit of recoil which makes shooting it very enjoyable.
     
  14. youngdocglock

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    Old Sears & Roebuck 65. From the 50s and still kickin strong. Was my granddads. Then my dads. Now mine and soon my gfs :) over 20k rounds and still a tack driver.
     
  15. ZombieJoe

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    Great Laker
    Thats awesome Doc!

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  16. It's the archangel 556 stock, and honestly, it's a pita. It's comfortable and light, though. However, the real pain comes when it's time to clean it. To remove the trigger assy, you have to pull the reciever from the stock, and in order to do that, you have to remove the top rail from the stock. In order to do that, you have to pull the scope. Which means I have to re-establish my zero every time I clean it, so I just give it a good enough every so often, and only break it down when it's real bad.