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Looks like I've got room for a nice .22lr bolt.


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Nice.
I wanted a new bolt 22lr too, and ended up with the Ruger Precision. Surprisingly good little rifle.




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Need a revolver and a bolt or other single shot.
 
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I'll definitely be picking up a bolt. Will look at the ruger precision, but also I'll look at which rifles I can get a cool stock for as a project.

A .22 revolver is also a good idea.


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Nice collection. There is definitely room for a Bolt action and a revolver.

Like most folks I have the Ruger 10/22 (stock 1976 model) and a Mk II (5.5"). But the pride of my collection is my Anschutz 1712 Silhouette(which I waited 40years to afford; since I was 18) or my Weatherby Mark XXII (the Japanese one)

My two favorite revolvers are an 6" M-17 and a 4" Diamondback




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I'll definitely be picking up a bolt. Will look at the ruger precision, but also I'll look at which rifles I can get a cool stock for as a project.

A .22 revolver is also a good idea.


While not a .22, I recently picked up a Ruger 77/17 (.17 HMR) that I really like. I found the model I was looking for on GunBroker - stainless steel bull barrel with a lamenent wood stock. It is a great ground squirrel rifle. Even though it is out of production, I'm sure you could still find new examples in .22 LR or .22 Mag.
 
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A Tikka T1x is on my want list.




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Nice -- I'm getting back into .22. I have a Nylon 66 and a Ruger Mark III 6-in bull barrel. My eyes are on the CZ 455 Military Trainer for a bolt .22 (and possibly .17 HMR swap-out barrel for S&G).


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Very nice collection, Arc.

My grail gun for a .22 (or .17 HMR) would be the Ruger 77 series. They are beautifully made guns. The Lipsey's exclusive International version is particularly nice.



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The Ruger ten shot GP100 is an excellent revolver. Mine holds the X ring of a 25 yard bullseye target at 25 yards.


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So what are you thinking Arc? Ruger Precision or something more everyday? Or more exotic, maybe an Anschutz ... Something older?

I'm sure you have something in mind, give us a clue!

By the way, nice little family you have there!


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The Ruger ten shot GP100 is an excellent revolver.

$829 for a .22 revolver?

Screw that! I'll keep shooting the Mk III that cost half that and does just fine. Killed a chipmunk with it just the other day at around 20 yards, first shot.

I've been known to piss away money like nobody's business, but...nope, I don't want a .22 revolver that bad.


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The Ruger ten shot GP100 is an excellent revolver.

$829 for a .22 revolver?

Screw that! I'll keep shooting the Mk III that cost half that and does just fine. Killed a chipmunk with it just the other day at around 20 yards, first shot.

I've been known to piss away money like nobody's business, but...nope, I don't want a .22 revolver that bad.


Street price is around $600. The S&W 617 is over $700. I got my GP 100 used with Speed Bee's for right around $500.


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I like!

No pic, but my .22 collection consists of:

S&W 41
S&W 17
S&W 617
Marlin 39A
Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Wish I hadn't sold my old Stevens bolt action.


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Real nice collection. I don't see a CZ Kadet. You should add one.



I got the kit when I bought my 9mm SA and it's the most "real gun" feeling of all my 22lr guns. Very little time or hassle to switch out calibers. Highly recommended.

I need a 22 revolver as well. Planning on a Smith 617 next.
 
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CZ For affordable old world quality


Anschutz for more decadent old world quality


Cool


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This thread inspired me to break out the trusty Henry and murdalize some cans.

Thanks!




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Big fan of .22s, you definitely need a revolver. I've got these:

Browning T-bolt 1971
Henry Golden Boy
CZ 452 American
S&W MP15-22
S&W Model 17

I need an Auto, thinking Buckmark.


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CZ For affordable old world quality


Anschutz for more decadent old world quality


Cool

I agree.

I have and am very happy with both...but they do feel very different when shouldered




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