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

This is a discussion on Rimfire Pics, Lets See the Plinkers!(Pic Heavy) within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Apparently, I've been misinformed ..... you all think plinking means quality and/or accuracy. To me it just means easy fun. To me, the Walther P22 ...

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    Apparently, I've been misinformed ..... you all think plinking means quality and/or accuracy. To me it just means easy fun.

    To me, the Walther P22 is just stylish, plain old fun.


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    Well, I can't find any pics of my marlin (marlin 7000 with a reddot) and my dig camera took a dump, so all I can post is a saved copy of my walther p22 with attached gemtech.

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    Browning Medalist - 35 year old gun

    My one .22 is this Browning Medalist, which I bought used about 15 years ago. It has an unusual appearance and shoots very well.

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    My 10/22





    Sons 10/22



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    A High Standard Double Nine that belonged to my Dad; first gun I ever shot.

    I'm a child of the 60's, but I got over it.

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    I about forgot the Crickett I bought for my granddaughter.


    She's still a little young, but someday we'll go to the range!
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    My S&W 22A with Bushnell red dot on a 7" bbl. Extremely accurate and reliable.

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    there are alot of nice weapons shown ,i dont have any pics yet but the list is as follows ,
    savage mako with 32x 50 scope ,this beast is tac driver
    steavens bolt
    ruger 10/22 manlicher with 22x50 scope
    armscor m16 22
    neos dlx with aimpoint red dot
    neos standard
    s&w 22s with 6 in barrel with red dot
    herritage 22 convertible

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    Quote Originally Posted by pogo2 View Post
    My one .22 is this Browning Medalist, which I bought used about 15 years ago. It has an unusual appearance and shoots very well.

    I was wondering if anyone else had one of those. Do you have the nice fitted, red velvet lined box? I got mine in about 1965 for a little under $90. I'll have to drag out the camera and get a picture of mine in the box with all the "acessories".
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    Quote Originally Posted by rstickle View Post
    I was wondering if anyone else had one of those. Do you have the nice fitted, red velvet lined box? I got mine in about 1965 for a little under $90. I'll have to drag out the camera and get a picture of mine in the box with all the "acessories".
    I do have one, with box, but it ran me about $500 six years ago, and is well worth it! I have only seen 3 or 4 for sale ever (haven't checked the internet, since I have one). They are art work, and extremely accurate!
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    I enjoy a good .rimfire here is a list and a picture of a couple. I recently sold 2 of my less expensive 22s and already miss them.
    Mauser Mod 420M Pre 1935 Rifle 22 LR Pictured
    CZ 452 ZKM bolt action Rifle 22 LR Pictured
    High Standard Supermatic Citation semi Pistol 22 LR
    Ruger Single Six Revolver 22 LR
    Thompson/Center Contender Single-shot Pistol 22 LR, 22M,
    Browning BAR Semiauto Rifle 22 LR
    Henery Repeating Arms Mini Bolt Youth Rifle 22 LR
    Winchester Mod 61 Pump Rifle 22 LR
    Winchester Mod 9422M Lever action Rifle 22 WRM prefered skunk gun
    Ruger M77/17 Boltaction Rifle 17 HMR Not quite .22 but a lot of fun on Prairie dogs and feral cats
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    Mine's about a month old. Early Christmas gift.

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    Pictures are not the best, have to remedy that problem. Bolt is a Mossberg 340KA and the lever is a Marlin 56. Old guns but great shooters, especially the Marlin. I also have a new Walther P-22 that has not had it's picture taken yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhome View Post
    who made ur second 10/22 kit?

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