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What is your 22 "fun gun"?

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

  1. Retired Squid

    Retired Squid

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    It was 71F at 6am and 74% hunidity with heavy overcast. Like breathing water.....ask me if I'm going to the gun club. Yes, about mid September to first of Oct before I go back shooting

    I wonder how I survived this kind of weather as a kid and no a/c???
     
  2. Bob Hafler

    Bob Hafler

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    Ruger 10/22

    Old bolt action Marlin DL81

    Ruger 22/45 RP Target Bull barrel.

    soon to be added Henry Lever action .22

    All different to keep thing exciting and fun to shoot.
     

  3. Minnow

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    Mine has to be my Umarex/Walther/H&K MP5 clone.

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  4. ss30378

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    Ruger 10/22, Titan competition 17" carbon fiber barrel, VQ hammer and sear, Hogue stock on a bipod. Weaver 6-24x42 mildot scope. Longest squirrel kill 330 yards (center mass), longest coyote kill 140 yards (in the bean).
     
  5. JFrame

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    Day-um...

    Out of curiosity -- what ammo did you use for those respective kills? :dunno:


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  6. ss30378

    ss30378

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    Reminton subsonic on the squirrel, i could seriously have had a cup of coffee while waiting for the bullet to get there i think but they are super accurate from the gun and CCI velocitors on the coyote, not quite as accurate as the subsonics but they hit hard. Honorable mention goes to the federal american eagle 38gr HPs. My gun loves em and they hit much harder than the paper ballistics claim (plus they are cheap!). I would take either of the same shots with those as well.
     
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    Thanks for the info! [​IMG]


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  8. Myke_Hart

    Myke_Hart Handloader

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    My smith 617 is my Go To fun 22.
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    Its the gun and not the ammo. The gun makes me shoot better.
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    Awesomeness is the only description I have.
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    Reloads faster than a auto.
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  9. VANWALL

    VANWALL

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    Colt Woodsman

    I was just at the range this AM punching holes in targets.
     
  10. Chattanoogaphil

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  11. wirenut

    wirenut

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    All my 22s are fun guns !
     
  12. Jack23

    Jack23 I. B. Glockin'

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    Heck ALL of my .22s are total fun to shoot.

    . Ruger 10/22
    . Ruger Mark II
    .Heritage Cowboy single action 6-shooter .22/.22mag
    .Chiappa .22 1911

    It's like I'm always sayin'....you don't have to have a big gun to have big fun! And with the cost of center fire ammo these days it is good to have an occasional .22 day at the range.

    lately I've been jonesing for the Henry Golden Boy and the S&W M15-22. also one of the good quality double action revolvers. All would be fun in their own right.
     
  13. John Eastwood

    John Eastwood

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    My Stag Model 3 with CMMG .22LR bolt conversion and Aimpoint Comp M2 is a blast. Haven't loaded up the .223 bolt since I picked up the conversion for $160.

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  16. deadite

    deadite Groovy.

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    Either this Pre-War Colt Woodsman..

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    Or my Smith and Wesson 41...

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  17. Snidely Whiplash

    Snidely Whiplash El Guapo

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    Walther P22 Olive Drab Green :odie:
     

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    Ruger Mark III Hunter stainless - TALO. A tac driver and a fun gun to shoot.
     
  19. RJ's Guns

    RJ's Guns

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    Auto-loader rifle- one of my Volquartsen rifles (I have several and I like each of them)

    Bolt action- Anshutz 1710 Meistergrade

    Auto-loader pistol- S&W 41

    Revolver- S&W K-22 Masterpiece or Colt Officers Model Match 22 LR
    RJ
     
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