Rimfire Pics, Lets See the Plinkers!(Pic Heavy)

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    Heres my first 22! I paid $29.95 for it a Kmart in 1975! After a little cleanup and a new stock I gave it to my middle son. He is 33 ans a Sgt. in the Air Force now.





    This is a 22 Mag I rebarreled into a 17 Mag using a Green Mountain barrel. This one really shoots well.





    My wifes 1915 Stevens Favorite.








    and Her Ruger MK1

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    I picked both of these little beauties (Marlin 99 M1's) up over the last two weeks. Added Tech sights to one and kept the other original. The stock was damaged by UPS during shipping on the rifle at top of photo but I repaired the stock. Both are in very good condition mechanically and the bores are excellent. I did a complete disassembly and cleaned them up, replaced the bolt buffers and now its time to hit some steel with these puppies.


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    I have these 2 old junkers.. Late 60's High-Standard Military and Late 60's Browning Challenger (1st Generation) IMHO the Browning has a better trigger than the High-Standard. If I had a Medalist Barrel and Grips, I believe it would shoot as good as the High-Standard. Not complaining about either.

    I wish that I was capable of getting the full potential out of them.
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    A wise man once said: "Bugout bag?..What's that? Is that all the junk you sidewalk commandos plan on humping when the SHTF...I'll grab a Nylon 66, a box of 22s and a poncho liner and in less than a week I will have all of your stuff and everything else that I need for the duration."

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    Well IF I knew how to take a pic and get it on here I would probably post my Remington Nylon 66.
    In all the many years I have had it I still can't decide if I like the looks of it or not.
    It does shoot NICE and is a super dependable little rifle.
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    Not mine, but one I shot last weekend.

    Ruger MKIII internally suppressed. Made by a guy in Joplin, MO.

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    Here's another. This is called the "Coon Hunter Special". Its an SBR'ed S+W (made from the pistol version) that was made for a coon hunter that wanted something light and compact and held a bunch in the magazine. Meant to be slung under the arm or put in a backpack when running and gunning with dogs in the wee hours of the night.



    Its short, light, accurate and quiet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Here's another. This is called the "Coon Hunter Special". Its an SBR'ed S+W (made from the pistol version) that was made for a coon hunter that wanted something light and compact and held a bunch in the magazine. Meant to be slung under the arm or put in a backpack when running and gunning with dogs in the wee hours of the night.



    Its short, light, accurate and quiet.
    I could live with that.
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    One that you can actually see...

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    All those .22's and not a single S&W Model 41.
    One on my short list, pretty darn pricy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns and more View Post
    All those .22's and not a single S&W Model 41. One on my short list, pretty darn pricy.
    Here it is. I think it was built in the 1970s; the instruction "manual" consists of only one page printed on both sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Here it is. I think it was built in the 1970s; the instruction "manual" consists of only one page printed on both sides.

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    OK. I'll say it "I AM JEALOUS". That is one classy and desireable piece of American steel.

    I found the instruction manual for my for my first new Colt 1911. It was the same way, one page. It sort of makes you wonder if the two manufacturers figured that folks, wise enough to purchase these two particular guns, had enough "smarts" to operate a firearm....
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    A wise man once said: "Bugout bag?..What's that? Is that all the junk you sidewalk commandos plan on humping when the SHTF...I'll grab a Nylon 66, a box of 22s and a poncho liner and in less than a week I will have all of your stuff and everything else that I need for the duration."

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