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Old 06-13-2011, 7:03 PM
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Default Bolt Action Thread *Varmint Precision Trainer*

I've seen tactical , ruger threads but no bolt action rifle thread .. I know usually ppl that starts this thread post their rifles . but , mine is still in jail .. 4 days left

got my cheapy scope , cheapy bipod already waiting to be put on my savage mark ll . thanks for the recommendations btw


can we see some bolt actions ???

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Old 06-14-2011, 5:13 PM
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Old 06-14-2011, 6:12 PM
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nice ! we got some !

two more days for me =)
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Hey there i'm new to these forums and actually live in Utah now but was born and raised in cali!! Here's my savage mark II Lr not the most expensive set up but it definitely gets the job done!
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That's a great looking rifle. I should be picking up my Mark II tomorrow afternoon.
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4 days jail time left for my Savage MKIIG
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CZ452V (4) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
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Savage MKII TR by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
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I didn't think there was a wait time for a rifle...
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Old 06-23-2011, 5:45 PM
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I shoot my CZ-452 the macho way, without a scope.

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I didn't think there was a wait time for a rifle...
10 days around here.
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10 days around here.
Unless the long gun is over 50 years old and it's a private party transaction. Then cash and carry is OK.
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Unless the long gun is over 50 years old and it's a private party transaction. Then cash and carry is OK.
I just called the shop and there is the regular 10-day bs. For some reason, I thought small-bore rifles were exempt. I must've read that somewhere a long time ago. California pisses me off.
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Finally ! 1st bolt action ever . just another savage 22LR mark ll F inda house !

glad i didnt get a left handed model , me being left handed shooter , i can still keep my finger on the trigger and use the bolt with my right . kinda neat

well here it is

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I'm also left-handed but I do a lot of bench-rest shooting and I want to plant my elbow and leave it there which is a little hard with a right-handed bolt.
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Here's a couple more -

A pair of Charles Daly (Serbian manufactured by Zastava) Superior II's .22lr - I'm still deciding whether to refinish the muddy colored one. Wifey says "leave it alone".


CZ452 Special .22lr


Savage 93R17-BV .17HMR


CZ452 Varmint .17HMR


MAS45 Military Trainer .22lr - French made in 1947 w/Mauser tooling
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i like the military trainer , btw nice family u got there
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Here is my bolt action Rusty Kimber 82G
I finally was able to shoot it yesterday
Iron Sights @ 100 yards
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savage 17hmr
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Here is my bolt action Rusty Kimber 82G
I finally was able to shoot it yesterday
Iron Sights @ 100 yards
nice shooting .

im working my way up right now as well .. shooting 75yards at this moment n needs lot of work
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Great looking bolt action rifles!
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Talking Savage Model 40 (from ~ '70s).

Old school plinker + new school scope = fun all day long



.22 shots from 50 yards, first set of three on the top line, second set on the bottom...



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^ good shooting
here's mine . some bad some good . 50 yard 8 inch target


i tried 100 but my shot were all over that place . so i backed down to 50
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My match gun. Might trade her in for one of those modern 22 spaceguns. Or not.. Might be a nice gun to hold onto for awhile while I shoot the modern free rifle.

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here's mine . some bad some good . 50 yard 8 inch target


i tried 100 but my shot were all over that place . so i backed down to 50
what Ammo are you using?
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Savage Mark II BTVS

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Some lefties:
Couple of Rimfires (CZ and Savage)

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Those savages are purdy. that pic just convinced me to make that my next pick up i think the camo one. idk i kinda got a thing for rifles that look like they are covered in brush. lol
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A CZ-452 I picked up from another Calgunner. It is still much more accurate than I am, and I'm sure a lot of you with bolt-action .22's that cost 1/3 of what this did can outshoot me.

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Savage 93 22wmr.

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Winchester Model 75 with 8x Unertl Scope. Shown with out the Harris BiPod now attached
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This thread makes me smile. I love a good quality .22 bolt-action rifle, especially with iron sights.
My CZ 452 Mannlicher full-stock. It's got a 20 inch barrel, the wood to the end of the barrel with a muzzle cap, and amazing, high-quality iron sights.
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Savage FVSR
Nikon 4x12x40 Prostaff Mildot
Boyds Tacticool stock Custom Paint Job
Daniel Defense A2 Flash Hider (it was in my parts drawer)

I messed up on a couple spots when painting, and Im a nerd for Dragons. Range report this weekend.



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I am really liking the 1907 on my CZ.
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Here's my Marlin 25N from the late 90's. It's in excellent shape and since the pic was taken I'm refinishing the stock...just because.
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Mossberg 817 .17 HMR

custom paint job, custom trigger job, cheap bipod, and a barska 6-24x60mm Swat Tactical Elite (kinda cheasy name for a scope, but it works GREAT)







And believe it or not this little rifle successfully made a shot at 800 yards after purposly walking my shots in and adjusting accordingly.

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