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    Pistol: Ruger Single Six Convertable
    Rifle: Ruger 10/22 or my Winchester 9422


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    My favorite...?

    Ruger single six and Remmington nylon 66.
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    Not really mine, but my son's - Remington 597
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    Is it possible to have TWO favorites in both categories? Ah heck, I'll risk it....
    .22 Rimfire rifle(s) = Volquartsen Superlite (if I have to carry it). Kimber (of Oregon) Model 82 (if I don't).
    .22 Rimfire pistol(s) = Browning Buckmark Contour 5.5 URX (in the field). Pardini SP1/RF (at the range).

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    Mine has to be my 1946 Remington Fieldmaster pump .22 - more fun than a person should be allowed to have without feeling guilty. Identical to the one I had growing up (but this one is in a lot better shape).

    I've also got a Henry Lever .22 that is quite fun also. Then a single six revolver, old H&R 922 revolver snub, and a Browning Buckmark semiauto. I can have fun all day shooting them all and spend only $20 in ammo. Great for teaching people to shoot too.
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    My Nylon 66 .22lr rifle....
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    Quote Originally Posted by First Sgt View Post
    My Nylon 66 .22lr rifle....
    Quit shootin' that thang 1st Sgt! I saw two or three at a gun show this weekend and almost fainted at the prices. Collectors are AFTER 'em. And the Nylon Model 76 (lever gun) is as rare as chicken lips!
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    My Savage 67 - except as far as I know (and I have not checked in the past year), you cannot get anything larger than the 10 round OEM Mag....

    If any of you knows if anyone now makes >10 round mags for the 67, please IM me. That would be for my place in NV :-)
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    Nylon 66 and Henry.
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    CZ 452 American 22 Mag. would be my first choice with my Marlin 39a 22LR being a close second.
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    S&W K-22, Ruger 22-45, Winchester 1890 22WRF
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    Ruger Single Six (though I almost feel bad shooting it, the serial number is so low...)

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    S&W M&P 15-22 (just supplanted my 10/22, though I have a feeling the 10/22 might make it's way back to the top some day...the M&P is just so familiar, it feels like home.)
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    Revolver: Don't have a .22 revolver, but I really want a SP101 .22

    Pistol: GSG 1911-22 with a close second being Ruger 22/45

    Rifle: Marlin 60 with 3x-7x scope. I received this rifle for Christmas when I was 14 and it is amazingly accurate and fun it shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerranger View Post
    Here's a few of mine. Its hard to nail down a favorite but the Marlin 60 at the far end of the table was my first rifle. It cost $29.99 at Kmart in 1975.



    Here it is now after a cleanup and a new stock. I gave it to one of our sons, its had 1000s of rounds through it without any problems.

    Oh my Gosh! That old Squirrel-stock Marlin is now a New Jersey assault weapon!!! I'm afraid!

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    I have so many .22's that my favorites change from time to time. Right now it's between my Marlin 39A and the stock 10/22 carbine. Six months from now it might be the BL-22...

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