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Discussion in 'Marlin Rimfires' started by Spud9, Dec 16, 2012.
Very nice Sir !
Also my Mossberg 30-06.
T/C G2 Contender 44 mag.
Marlin model 25N .22lr.
Very nice rifles
From a 22lr to a 30-06, and finally to a big boy 44mag
You definitely cover all of mine style of rifles.
I did however like the M14 (USMC rifle) a bit too heavy, but I did saw Ruger M-14 Mini-Thirty Ranch in 7.62 is one I like to have. Well Christmas is around the corner, and I'm going have to drop some hinds from now until then.
Dutchs, I noticed you had a pic of an 887 Nitro. How do you like it, how does it compare to other shotguns in its class (as say the 870)? I was looking at one today in the new Wal-Mart that came in Anchorage (makes number 3 in my fine city) the price is $367.00 about $30.00 more than the 870 with wood furniture.
My Grandfathers Shotgun made in 1907 Meriden Firearms Co. New Aubrey
Yeah...... I've been busy again....
Sorry Art I'm a little slow sometimes I really like the 887 , I had a 870 before and this is a much nicer feeling shotgun to me..It shoots the 3 1/2 inchers too. It is VERY light so it's a recoil heavy so be ready but I kinda like that myself. Very nice Shotgun for the money IMO....
Regarding the 887 "plastic" coating. There are other guns with a similar "guard" on exposed metal. How well does it work under rough conditions?
My marlin model 700, 22lr.
Hey 444! What year is your M-60?
The stock looks laminated from my picture. I love the looks!! What gives!!
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My model 60 is a laminate stock I bought it in a impulse buy inspired by my wife any time she gives me the go ahead I ask no questions.
I bought it new 6 months ago so its a 2013
P/U a 1909 Argentine Cavalry Carbine a few weeks ago
7.65x53 caliber, shoots a .311"-.312" 150 grn bullet @2600-2700 fps
or a 180 grn @ 22400-2500 fps. recoil is not bad, even with the steel buttplate
MOD (minute of deer) @ 100 = 4" groups I like it !!
Old memories, the 1909 Argentine Mauser was the first gun I even owned. Bought it when I was about 15 at Montgomery Wards for $14. It was the full length model. I cut the stock down in shop class. Coyotes and Jack Rabbits in the canyons of San Diego with iron sights. That was when I had EYES .... lol.
TC Contender second variant G-1.
Center Point 4X16 Scope.
Caliber is 7-30 Waters.
Custom Tiger Maple Stock.
That's what I'm talking about!! There is some beautiful grain in the wood. Slick set up. I want one just like it.
Thanks Gumpy. )
1988 Model 60 with last round hold open and 18 round mag.