Here is another I just picked up the other day
Ruger Single Six
Savage .17 HMR
Marlin model 60
Ruger Mark II
Here is the 552 Remington Speedmaster I just got.... and the scope I put on it today...
all stock 10/22 except i chopped the front of the stock, sanded it and re-stained it ebony. also has a bsa red dot. also have a savage mark2, and crickett .22lr.
1958 Star model F 22lr
The Remington 511
My latest addition, 1960's vintage Belgian Browning SA-22 take-down auto in 22LR.
Ruger 22/45 MK3
Pac-lite upper receiver, threaded.
Advanced Armament, Aviator silencer.
My Taurus 94, .22 9-Round
Here's my OD G19 with the Advantage Arms L.E. 22LR conversion kit installed.
S&W 317, 8 shot .22 LR. My "trainer" for my snubbie EDCs. I put around 240 rounds through it every range session, just for "muscle memory" drill. Love this revolver!
Tactical Solutions 22 conversion on my Yost-Bonitz Colt.
Note: I just got these rosewood grips. They are left-handed, but not bad right-handed, either. If you live in the Metroplex, you can shoot this gun.
Come to Elm Fork for our monthly shoot with the Dallas Target and Action Shooters group. We are on Meetup.com.
Here is a few of my trusty plinkers.
The first is a Ruger 10/22, it has a corelite composite stock, Butler Creek Carbon Fiber Bull Barrel, and a 3-9X40 scope on it. it will riddle a 20 oz styrafoam cup at 100 yds
the second is a Browning BL-22 what sets this lever action apart from the rest is that the trigger goes with the lever when you cycle the action. so no more pinched fingers
the last two are when i want to have some fun or a challenge. the pistol on the left is a Heritage Arms Ruff Ryder, it is a SAO with interchangable cylinders it will shoot 22lr or 22 mag. the pistol on the right is a H&R sportsman it is a 9 shot DA/SA break open revolver. the challenge is that both of these pistols don't have rear sights.