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Let's see your .22 rifles and or pistols! I had a bunch at one time. But, I'm down to just one now, and it's a keeper.







 

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I own a Marlin Model 80C that shoots .22 short, long, and long rifle...





and a Browning BuckMark in .22 long rifle.


 

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Marlin Model 60....... Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22........Ruger Mark III 22/45 Lipsey exclusive........ and a Winchester 190 I have had since I was 14.
 

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In age order:

1939 Sears Ranger bolt Rifle, 7 Shot Mag Fed...Made by Marlin
1951 H&R 4" 9 shot revolver, 922 Camper model
60s I think, Mossberg auto Rifle....stock feed
1972 H&R 6" 6 shot revolver, 622
1988 I think, Tangoglio SA 6" 22 Mag Model TA 22
1997-1998 H&R 6" 9 shot revolver, break open, 999, sportsman model
2001 Marlin 60
2005 Henry Mini-Bolt Single Shot Rifle Stainless
2012 S&W 5" Auto Pistol Model 22A1 slab side
2012 S&W 5" Auto Pistol Model 22A1 bull barrel
 

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The one that means the most to me is my S&W model 53 [its the 6" one] It has a 22rf cyl, and a 22jet cyl. This was my first firearm, and the only one given to me by my dad wile he was still alive. He left me two High Standards also that were his bulls eye guns. My last is a xt22 that I picked up a month or so ago.
 

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.22 Remington Jet....haven't seen that in awhile !

The .22 Remington Jet (also known as .22 Jet, .22 Center Fire Magnum, or .22 CFM) is a .22 in (5.6mm) American Centerfire cartridge developed jointly by Remington and S&W around 1961.

By 1972, the S&W Model 53 remained the only revolver chambered for it, though Marlin was planning a lever rifle.
 

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Marlin Model 25N,H&R 22lr/22mag,G2 Contender (it's got the 35 Rem. barrel on it but the 22lr is the barrel below it.)
 

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.22 Remington Jet....haven't seen that in awhile !

The .22 Remington Jet (also known as .22 Jet, .22 Center Fire Magnum, or .22 CFM) is a .22 in (5.6mm) American Centerfire cartridge developed jointly by Remington and S&W around 1961.

By 1972, the S&W Model 53 remained the only revolver chambered for it, though Marlin was planning a lever rifle.
ohhhh I would have loved a Lever to go with the revolver!!!!

This one is a first year gun. a VERY impressive round to shoot out a revolver!
 

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ohhhh I would have loved a Lever to go with the revolver!!!!

This one is a first year gun. a VERY impressive round to shoot out a revolver!
I would love to shoot one. I shot a Thompson Contender chambered in 45-70 once! That was impressive also.
 

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My all time favorite. Model 925

MARLINITUS; An untreatable disease, usually resulting in an empty bank account!
 

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22s. What not to like?

2006 Marlin model 60. Stainless with a salt & pepper laminated stock. SA 4X scope and a bi-pod.
Ruger Mark II Stainless Competition Target Model w/Slab Side Barrel.
Taurus Stainless PT22 w/Rosewood Grips.
 

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My 1973 Winchester Model 190 I got new when I was 14 I still have it
 

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Y'all have some fine .22's!
 

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Thanks Gumpy.
About half of my guns are stainless. Guess I'm more than a little partial. Plus the fact that they are more weather proof.
 
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