H&R Sportster in .17 HMR, by far the most accurate rifle I own. Here it is fitted out with a Shooters Ridge Rock Mount bipod, and a Centerpoint 4x-16x40mm scope.
Here is four shots at a dime at 100 yards, CCI TNT ammo:
I love this gun!!
Marlin 883, w/4x32 scope, (no pic)
and just a plain ole' ruger new model with both cylinders
Here is my newest rimfire that I just got, an old Browning T-2 T Bolt Deluxe that sat unfired in someone's safe for the last 42 years. The chamber of the gun is still bluded, so it is definitely unfired.
The original owner apparently thought that the gun was too pretty to actually use. The dealer told me that the man had a large Browning collection, and that he was taking care of selling the guns for the man's estate. To be honest, it has the most gorgeous French walnut stock on it that I have ever seen on a Browning T Bolt. The wood, the bluing, is all still at 100%. He had some gorgeous Medallion grade Browning Hi-power bolt actions too in his collection, that were also in pristine condition. However, the dealer was pricing them at $2,600 !! Gulp!
As soon as I get a scope mounted on it, I am going to take this .22 LR to the range and make it give up its virginity.
This is my one and only Christmas present for myself this year. But I've got to say that I feel that I am really spoiling myself with this little rifle.
For a rimfire pistol I have quite a monster: a Browning Buck Mark Contour URX with a 7.25 inch heavy barrel.
Here is a photo of it:
And here are specs on it at the Browning website:
Here's mine. It's a regular ole 10/22 with a BSA Sweet 22 3X9 scope.
The 10/22 is as American as apple pie :king:
Here are my magnum rimfire hunting rifles:
The Rifles ( From left to right ):
CZ 453 Varmint Fluted Barrel in 17 HMR with Mueller 8.5-25× 44mm Tactical
Browning 2009 Limited Edition T-Bolt Special Varmint in .22 WMR with a Nikon Buckmasters 6-18x 40mm
Savage R93 17 HMR with Sharpshooter Supply JVT stock and Nikon Buckmasters 4.5-14x 40mm
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I picked this up today for $200. I wanted a longer barrel, but what the heck. I put 100 rounds through it today and after a couple tweaks of the sight I was wearing a golf ball plumb out with it from 25 yards. Pretty close to dialed in for just plinking in a field. Shoots great, functions great, and has a light and nice trigger. I see me having a lot of time behind this pistol. I'm wondering if you can swap out barrels and get a scope mount for it. Haven't looked around on the net yet, but it shoots great just with open sights.
Congrats the Buckmark is one of the most accurate 22 pistols out there. You may be ahead to look at Tactical Solutions foe a rail mount etc
Don't have any pics either but love rimfires too. Here goes:
-10/22 w/Hogue overmolded stock and Adams & Bennett bull barrel, Simmons 4x scope (need a better scope), this one's a tackdriver. On a good day, once I get the holdover, I can hit clays set on the berm at 120 yards maybe 7-8x/10.
-Savage Mark II 22LR with Monte Carlo stock, Simmons 3-9x scope
-Savage 93R17 17HMR bull barrel, Simmons 3-12x Pro Target scope
And I just picked up a Buck Mark Practical URX, should get in in a couple of days.
After asking that, I began to notice a few others like yours.
Originally Posted by pirate
Thanks for the reply.