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I don't have any pics to post but I'm interested in seeing everyone's .22 rimfire setups.


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1943 vintage Remington 513-T MatchMaster



Ruger M678 MKII in match and field trims

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Winchester Model 75 Target
Henry 001 .22 s/l/lr
Henry .22 Mag



Closeup of the Winchester. Still a tack driver.



Single Six with a cheapy red dot. Also darned accurate for a six shooter.

Also have a Ruger LCR in .22 Mag thanks to a member here. It's my walking around carry. No pic tho.




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Ruger


SIG P229


My birth month/year K-22 Masterpiece twins.
Left: shipped - 11/03/47 • Right: shipped - 11/20/47




S&W Model 63 - shipped 4/81

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HIS AND HERS Smith And Wesson model 617 with vortex sights
 
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Man I have somewhere between 10-11 .22 rifles and think I have pictures of a grand total of three of them? Only a couple pistol pics as well.









 
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Ruger 77/22 with Lilja barrel and Leupold 6.5-20× EFR scope.





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Details on that bottom one please, Mr. Marzy, Sir.

Is that a night vision scope?




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Details on that bottom one please, Mr. Marzy, Sir.

Is that a night vision scope?


It's an ATN Thermal. It's AWESOME!





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Details on that bottom one please, Mr. Marzy, Sir.

Is that a night vision scope?


Yes, it's an ATN THOR thermal.

The rifle is a Ruger American in .22LR.

I found this combo the most effective for rodents. The IR systems have major drawbacks for smaller targets. Anywhere that can cast a shadow, the rats can hide behind. The thermal eliminates that.


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Cool. I thought maybe you were ratting with it. I'd love to get into that but it's out of my reach.




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Ruger 10/22 Takedown Lite 22LR.
Built just before the Covid lockdowns.
Bugbuster scope. Very accurate and fun little rifle. Hard to find these in stores now-

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Ruger Single Six 3-screw, 1967 with Elk grips


another Single Six, new model with Giraffe Bone grips


CZ Kadet


Beretta 21A


Remington 581 & 514, ready for fall squirrels


a few of the 10/22's
 
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Savage Mark II FV-SR .22 rifle - Vortex Crossfire II 2-7x32 - Gemtech Outback IID - Boyds stock


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I have more 22s but these three Rugers are the ones that get used most.
 
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S&W from the '70s


Browning T-Bolt 1971 - yes it has salt wood


CZ 452 American


Henry Golden Boy - actually this was bought for my grand nephew, he'll get it soon


CZ 455 Full Stock


S&W 15-22

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Currently one of my most used .22 guns, I bought my 10/22 Takedown Lite way back when they were easy to find.


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Mossberg 44US(a) from the CMP. One of the few that came drilled & tapped. I put a period correct scope and mount on it, which were terrible. Changed to a Havlin mount and Nikon rimfire scope, it's a tack driver.





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