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What is your 22 "fun gun"?

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

  1. chief63

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    S&W M&P 15-22. No pistol yet.


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  2. sonoma

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    a ruger sp101-22.Lots of fun and cheap to shoot.
     


  3. pmwglock19

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    For me it is a Henry H001 33lr levergun. Shoots great and a lot of fun. More accurate then the shooter.
     
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    My latest .22 fun gun is my S&W 43c, it's a centennial airlite weighing only 10.6 oz, and I use it as a trainer to help master my S&W 642 J-frame. But I haven't found any 8 round speedloaders yet.
     
  5. DJ Niner

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    Here you go:

    http://ds10speed.wordpress.com/sw-31763/

    I've used one of their eight-shot models for my old S&W 317 (now gone, sadly), and I still use one of their 10-shot models for my S&W 617. Not too long ago I bought a 90-shot loading block for the 10-shot loader; with a full loader and full block, I have 100 rounds on-tap.
     
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  6. scotzz

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    picking up a Ruger 10/22 Takedown this week..........nice package complete with multi-compartment carrying case
     
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  7. denn1911

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    My fun .22LR handgun is a Ruger 22/45 with an OD Tactical Solutions receiver and Volquartsen trigger kit installed. My fun .22LR rifle is a M&P15-22 wich is set up very similar to my AR-15.
     
  8. snowcrash75

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    AA Glock 19 conversion is my most shot .22 handgun, 35 year old 10/22 gets most of my .22 rifle attention...until I free the M&P 15-22 from layaway, that is!

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  9. CanMan

    CanMan Silver Member

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    in flagrante
    I picked up a 43c yesterday for exactly the same reason. Seemed like a great training aid & I'll never say 'no' to a new gun if I can help it. One of the guys at the shop said I could use a speedloader for a 617... IIRC those are either a 6 or 10 shot cylinder? :impatient:
     
  10. dukeblue91

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    I just got me a dirt cheap Mossberg 702 .22 rifle.
    Loads of fun and my only .22 rifle.
     
  11. DJ Niner

    DJ Niner Moderator

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    How well are those running for you? Any problems? How "picky" are they about ammo type/brand/quality?

    Any info you can provide is appreciated. PM me if you'd rather not respond here.

    Sorry about the minor thread de-rail. Back to our .22 Fun Guns... :supergrin:
     
  12. dukeblue91

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    This looks incredible Clutch Cargo.
    If it is not to much to ask could you give a little more background and maybe more pics of this great looking setup. :whistling:
     
  13. GlockPride

    GlockPride Glock 23

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    Just OK
    Moe edition of the M&P 15-22, followed by the M&P 22 pistol.
     
  14. grendelprime

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    Picked up a 22LR H&K MP5 SD (Umarex) today, was nearly late for work after losing track of time at the range.
    Only complaint I have is the ergonomics, the stock fully extended feels a few inches shy of comfortable, and getting a good sight picture requires mashing my face firmly down into the stock rails.
    Given the tacti-toy nature of the rifle, I think I'll go ahead and throw a red dot on it and start looking for goodies to add.

    Pics when I get home (and get it cleaned up).
     
  15. Rick O'Shay

    Rick O'Shay

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    I'm enjoying my Winchester model 75 Target rifle right now. It's a salvaged rifle, and I had to buy plenty of new parts to get it up and running, but now I'm holding 9- and 10- ring at 70 yards with peep sights. And, for 66-yr-old once rebuilt eye, I think that's just fine. I can shoot 1" at 100 yards with 10X scope, but I find the peep sight more challenging and fun.