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

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I just picked this up today. An early 60s Remington Fieldmaster Pump 22, virtually identical to the one I had growing up and loved so much. I've been kicking myself for 20 years for selling it and vowed to buy another one day. And here it is, this one is in near MINT condition and I got it for half of what I've been pricing them at for the last several years (and almost 4 times what I paid for my original one many moons ago). Haven't got to shoot it yet, but I'm sure it will fit like an old trusty pair of gloves. Shoots 22 short, long, and long rifle. As a kid, I shot a lot of shorts because you could load it up and shoot for what seemed like an eternity. I just can't wait to get it out and have a ton of fun on the cheaps.
    Very nice gun there sir. I snapped up a Remy like that in near new condition from the early 50's at our shop just a few months ago. The 22 shorts are great for ariel shooting, which this gun excels in


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    Correction on Age of Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I just picked this up today. An early 60s Remington Fieldmaster Pump 22, virtually identical to the one I had growing up and loved so much. I've been kicking myself for 20 years for selling it and vowed to buy another one day. And here it is, this one is in near MINT condition and I got it for half of what I've been pricing them at for the last several years (and almost 4 times what I paid for my original one many moons ago). Haven't got to shoot it yet, but I'm sure it will fit like an old trusty pair of gloves. Shoots 22 short, long, and long rifle. As a kid, I shot a lot of shorts because you could load it up and shoot for what seemed like an eternity. I just can't wait to get it out and have a ton of fun on the cheaps.
    I just looked up the barrel code and my Remington Fieldmaster model 121 pump 22 was made in July 1948. Seems like the sales rep was off a few years. I suspected something was up when I researched it a little and this model was made from 1936 to 1954. Couldn't be a 60s model.
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    Mod 648 22 Mag

    I hope to add a match set of .357, .41 and .44 someday.

    I haven't shot it in a long time, not since I started wearing reading glasses. I put the glasses on to see the sights and I couldn't see the target! My Daddy always said, "getting old ain't for sissies" and he was right...
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    Colt new frontier 22 long 22 mag that was my grandfathers
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    Kimber Rimfire Conversion .22LR on Les Baer frame & Advantage Arms .22 Kit for Glock 20&21.


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    9014.jpgI've got a Charger plus a 1022 long gun. Looking to get another 22 pistol because I sold my S&W. I'm going to check out this Badlander 22LR see what kind of deal I can get from my Gun store, Anybody have one of these suppressed 22's ?
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    I've posted these before elsewhere, but here goes anyway:

    Sorry for the nasty appearance, but back when I took these they were brand new, right out of the package




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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Zaria View Post
    My second-favorite gun I own... useless for self defense, but DAMN accurate for plinking and a lot of fun to shoot.

    It's a Hi-Standard Supermatic model 102 Citation, manufactured sometime in the late 60s. I inherited it from an aunt who passed away. .22 cal, 10 rd clip (having problems finding more magazines for it... any ideas?), 9" barrel with factory muzzle break.

    Shown assembled, and field stripped with a cigarette lighter for size comparison.





    Not to brag, on a good day I can hold sub 2" groups at 50 yards free standing with this gun, but most of my shooting is done in the woods, not at a range... I can hit bottles and cans at 150 yards probably 8 times out of 10. But I've put *thousands* of rounds through this gun, and probably shot it more than any other gun I own. It's cheap and fun to shoot, I love this gun. It could use rebluing soon, too. Anyone know a good 'smith in the greater Seattle area?

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    My new Plinker just got it today will be adding holographic sight this weekend !!
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    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.



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    Marlin 883, w/4x32 scope, (no pic)

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    Rather than posting a new thread thought I'd show off my early Christmas present to myself here



    My brand new Smith & Wesson M&P15-22!

    I can't wait to get out and shoot this thing!
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    I decided to pick up a Browning Buckmark for even more recreational fun at the range!
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