I like 10/22s :yup:
The 22/45 and Sig are real sweet shooters. The Buckmark hasn't been to the range yet, but I'm sure it will be too.
The H&R "22 Special" belonged to my grandfather, so it doesn't get out to play very often.
The Husqvarna was found in the back of my Aunts (now 88) dresser drawer when I was packing her to move. It was made between 1897 and 1905. Originally chambered in 7.5mm, it was sleeved to 22lr at some point in it life. My Aunt complained that it was "TOO LOUD"( she had used it to dispatch a pair of skunks) with high velocity rounds. I detail cleaned it and ran some sub sonic ammo. Not bad at all.
The Stevens is a single shot of unknown pedigree. Perfect for teaching young new shooters.
Mueller APV 4.5X14
Harris 13"-23" bipod
This thing is a rodent slayer :image035:
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My wifes Sig Sauer Mosquito. It may be purple. but still an awsome 22lr. and yes. purple or not. i have no problems shooting it to! LOL
Savage Mark II with heavy barrel, and Boyd's tacticool stock.
Savage 64 w/ Tacticool stock
Remington 597 w/ Archangel stock and carry handle.
I also have a Sig Mosquito (no pic)
Fellow shooter bought my old Sport King and I bought this Buck Mark on the way home.
Take it on every trip to the range to "relax" after shooting the big guys.
Also have the Marlin Mod.60 ( doesn't everyone ) but haven't shot it in awhile.
Here is my 10/22
I have 3 different scopes/aimpoints for it. I change it out when I get bored with the current setup
This is the .22 "Plinker" that my wife was given from her Grandpa.
Now at least we can find .22 lr love my MK111 Attachment 75610
Donít have pics of the others but these are two of my favorites.
Attachment 75614 Attachment 75615
Winchester 9422 XTR
Henry Golden Boy
Ruger 10/22 Takedown
Also have a Mossberg 715T (sorry no picture)