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Old 10-19-2011, 09:49 PM
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I can't find my old 9 shot double action revolver... It's at my family's house and they are packrats, lol
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Savage Mark II GXP Nikon ProStaff 4-12x40mm BDC, S&W M&P 15-22, and Remington 597 Nikon ProStaff 4-12x40 Nikoplex

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Browning Buck Mark Camper - .22lr, 5.5" barrel, aluminum alloy frame, 34 oz., 10-rnd mag.
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Old 10-20-2011, 10:52 AM
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Ruger Mark II with Millet Red Dot.

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Love the GSG-5 PK - why not a single point sling like a MS-2 or there is a nice Blackhawk bungee-like single point. i actually really want a GSG5PK or even the 15-22P with a nice single-point for wearing up front, NJ Just has a really difficult pistol purchasing permit process.

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3 Point makes it easy to turn your whole body into a "stock" makes for a pretty accurate shorty

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15-22 - I have a piece from MidwestIndustries coming to replace the zip-ties, and a Magpul AFG for the front end.
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I have a couple rifles too, but no pix. Joe
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Ruger 10/22 with mild mods:




My father's 1970 Colt Woodsman that was handed down to me:





My mother's 1971 Ruger Super Single Six (.22lr / .22WMR) purchased in 1972, that was handed down to me:




Not pictured because I never got around to it yet:
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Ruger MK-III & Beretta 21A Bobcat:



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I still haven't picked up the 15-22 yet...hopefully next month but here is a pick of my GSG 1911-22.

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Sig522 SWAT


Phil!

I recently added the Sig 3-Rail Kit on my 522 Classic, and attached the Magpul AFG. It's very comfortable for me. How do you like yours?

Great looking SWAT, BTW!

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Phil, I like your SIG. Here is a shot of my GSG-5 with a few mods. Fun rifle to shoot and very accurate. Bob

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Phil, I like your SIG. Here is a shot of my GSG-5 with a few mods. Fun rifle to shoot and very accurate. Bob

How reliable are those. I like yours and I think I need one now.
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Gopher, I mainly shoot CCI mini mags with no problems what so ever. Have also run several bulk packs of Winchester ammo with only a 1 in a hundred maybe failure to feed. I have been entirely happy with it. Good luck, Bob
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Thanks for the quick reply Bob. I'll check one out next time I'm at the funshop.
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The "original" .22LR SP10.



Boat paddle 10/22



A pre-serial number black and chrome Nylon 66 hiding behind a Ruger Security Six


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I recently added the Sig 3-Rail Kit on my 522 Classic, and attached the Magpul AFG. It's very comfortable for me. How do you like yours?

Great looking SWAT, BTW!

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Thanks Blackbeard

The AFG works real well for me on this rifle. Overall, I very much like the Sig. The trigger is great, reliable with all ammo, accuracy is very good, has an overall refined feel to it and I really like the looks (though I know some here gag at the sight of it ). I like the lower position of the stock and no risers are required for optics. The folding stock comes in handy when putting it back in the rifle case with the suppressor attached. The weight of the rifle is about the only thing I don't like about it. It feels so danged heavy compared to the 15-22.

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Hey Bob. I've been able to shoot a couple GSG at the range and all performed real well. I have not seen that type of stock before. How far does it extend? Looks sharp!

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My ISSC M22 with a rented Glock 19:



Used to have a GSG 1911:

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Top is a Winchester Model 61 which was my Dad's, and is the first gun I ever shot.

Bottom is an Anschutz Zephyr, designed to fire .22 LR shot shells. Bolt action, 5 round magazine, .22 bore half way up, .410 sized smooth bore the rest of the way. This gun, along with a trap that throws small clay birds, was originally owned by a boy scout troop and used for skeet shooting.
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Phil, thanks for the complements. The collapsible stock retracts about 5.5" going from a closed length of 26 3/4" to an extended length of 32 1/4" over all. This was a GSG factory accessory. Bob
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2 of the best calibers,
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How is the GSG 1911... I really wanted to get one, The only other 22 I wanted to get was the MP22 handgun, but nobody has them right now
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Mine: Smith & Wesson Model 41 w/ 7" barrel, Clark Grips, Sightmark Green Dot Mini Shot sight.



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Here is a photo of my two bolt action 22 magnums: One is desert camo, the other is tactical black. Both are Marlin model 782 and are great solid performers. Maybe S&W will chamber the M&P 15/22 to 15/22magnum, that would be nice, performance of a .17HMR but more kick...

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Here's my old 3 screw ruger single six with a 9 1/2" barrel. Super fun to shoot!
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How is the GSG 1911... I really wanted to get one, The only other 22 I wanted to get was the MP22 handgun, but nobody has them right now
The GSG 1911 is great for so many reasons. Go look at one beside any other 1911 .22lr clone. See what you buy.

Had mine since June. Love it. Shoots great!!!
Can't say enought!!!

This pistol a perfect example of what S&W did with the M&P 15-22 rifle.

It is a 1911 in .22lr. Just Like the M&P15-22 is a AR in .22lr.

~80 to 90%. Great.

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hows that fastfire holding up on the big bore?
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This was my great-grandfather's Colt Woodsman .22LR. My Dad passed in along to me for my birthday earlier this year. I've since cleaned it up and it looks great. It has some light pitting, but a light polishing brought the blue to a nice dark color that hides the few flaws she has. I need to get some pics of the "after" version.
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This was my great-grandfather's Colt Woodsman .22LR. My Dad passed in along to me for my birthday earlier this year. I've since cleaned it up and it looks great. It has some light pitting, but a light polishing brought the blue to a nice dark color that hides the few flaws she has. I need to get some pics of the "after" version.
Fine looking old pistol with some great family history.
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Top is a Winchester Model 61 which was my Dad's, and is the first gun I ever shot.

Bottom is an Anschutz Zephyr, designed to fire .22 LR shot shells. Bolt action, 5 round magazine, .22 bore half way up, .410 sized smooth bore the rest of the way. This gun, along with a trap that throws small clay birds, was originally owned by a boy scout troop and used for skeet shooting.
Better keep the the Winchester Model 61. That is quite a collectible rifle. I see good used ~ $ 1,500. Like new in box ~ $3,200 and up. I have a good friend that has one, his Dad left him. His Dad bought only good stuff, and kept papers and boxes.

He said he was thinking of trading it for a Colt HB -AR15. I told him I would trade him my Colt, and any Glock he wanted, for it.
That got him looking around. When he saw one in the condition he has go at auction for ~4 Grand. He decided to keep it.
Great gun!!!

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hows that fastfire holding up on the big bore?
About 2500 rds without a problem. Nock on wood!
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Mk II 10"


MKII 8"


Colt 22


Jr Colt


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I don't have pictures of rifles now, got to fix that.

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Well, I don't have an M&P, but like to post pics of some 22's.
Let's start with an S&W.
S&W K22 Outdoorsman (1939)


H&R 22 SPECIAL (also 1939) 9 shot


Ruger 22 Standard (1965)


Winchester 62A (1950)
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5 shots at 50 yards. First 4 in the same hole, with the last a bit to the left.

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Nice, In too learned how to shoot on a Winchester 61 that was my Dads. Great little rifle. Nice to see another one around still and it looks like you kept her in good shape!

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GSG 1911, had to get a .22 pistol soon after I got my m&p 15-22 to practice. Love this gun! works great with federal 550. Only problems a couple times fail to feed (3 times out of over 400 rds) Sprigfield armory GI grips, love the GI grips almost got the sig 1911-22 just because there's came with them.
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Ruger 10/22 with goodies


Ruger 22/45


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A couple of my favorites.
This is a Marvel Unit 2 upper on a Jim Boland lower. The original 38 Super comped slide assembly developed a couple of cracks in the ejection port area. Fitting the conversion kit to this frame was a chore, but breathed new life into this amazing gun. Boland was a true artist.


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