Any No.1 International with a Mannlicher style stock. You didn’t specify that it had to be a pistol.
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I really like my charger take down 10-22 “pistol” with brace. I added a Franklin binary trigger and if BATFE ever gets their shit in gear it will be my primary suppressor host in .22.
The new 57 is a real hoot and I got ammo for under a dollar a rd so it is affordable. It even carries well with the right holster IWB!
I have an Anschutz biathlon rifle. And two hand me down Colt Woodsmans. A modern 22 pistol is needed. It'll be a surpressor host.
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Huh. I'm not sure how available they'd be now, but didn't Ruger make a run of Mannlicher .257 Roberts No. 1s within the past two or three years?
I’ve always wanted one of those beautiful snag-free revolvers.
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I've had a Ruger Super Redhawk Toklat in .454 on my bucket list for a while now.
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However, the Redhawk 44 Magnum pictured above on this page is pretty sexy.
The sweetest, nicest Ruger firearms I have ever handled have been No. 1 rifles.
The GP100 revolvers, with the original-pattern grips, are an absolutely perfect fit, in my hands, but individual GP100 revolvers can be a bit rough, and none, of course, have the beautiful wood furniture that seems to be the norm on the No. 1 rifles.
Have Colts, will travel
I'll go along with the Ruger #1 sentiment.
They are beautiful and elegant rifles.
Has our perpetual, peripatetic student finally found a home? I was hoping you might return to AZ.
I own only 2 Rugers, a 10-22, and this, the Wiley Clapp model revolver with a 3.5" bbl. After finally retiring from competition, I have settled for two 10mm handguns: the Ruger and the SIG P220-Elite-Nitron-SAO. The trigger on the GP100 is easily staged, but with a little bit of polishing on the action, it becomes an extremely smooth "straight through" pull. I love this revolver (I hesitate to say little, because it is all steel and not light), but its size makes it a very nice carry gun. An Andrews Leather "Saddle Style" holster finishes it off.
All your 10mm are belong to us
I own a lot of Rugers.
If I was starting over I would limit myself to the single action revolvers and the GP100.
For everything else there is always a better choice.
Ruger 1911 in 10mm is a great woods gun and also handy companion in the worst parts of certain cities.
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For the first time I'm not looking for the next thing. Thought I might explore contentment for a spell. AZ will always be home, but the dog work is better out here. I will be home over the holidays. If you're around we should meet up.
Your affair with that GP100 10mm was first on my mind when I asked the question. With everything in such short supply the search may keep me occupied for awhile.
That would also be my pick…or a model 1 in 30-06
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