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Old 02-07-2009, 11:52 AM
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Here is my MKIII Hunter fluted barrel with Tasco PROpoint red dot.

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Picking up my Walther P22-CA Target this Sunday, I bought it for my B-Day from a fellow CalGunner 0.o Should be a nice piece to use while out at the range or camping >.>











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More pics.

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That is a beautiful Browning!!

Here's my Ruger Mk1:
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Beretta 71 .22lr..

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Picking up at 226 in 9mm soon and plan on getting a sig mosquito also, but the mosquitos dont seem too popular?

Edit: Nevermind, I see why.

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Stainless Ruger MKII 22/45 with 5 1/2" bull barrel. KP512 Target model.
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Would like to get one more of these they rock.
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PC22 rim fire in Arizona.

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Here's my K22 Masterpiece. It's the only .22 hangun I have but I'm thinking of adding another one to the family. Maybe a semi-auto this time.

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Colt Service Model Ace---45ACP in 22 rimfire--not a conversion kit. BLUE and NICKEL versions! Pete



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my Ruger Standard Model 22 im selling...

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Old 09-11-2009, 6:03 PM
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Manurhin PPK Dural and a Beretta 71. Both are .22lr with alloy frames.
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Manurhin PPK Dural and a Beretta 71. Both are .22lr with alloy frames.

Beautiful! Wow!
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1966 Browning Nomad.
Been in the family since new.

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I can't believe I found this thread after starting something exactly the same. hopefully it gets removed.

In the pics a .22 High Power, a couple Ruger Mark III's (hunter and slab side), a Walther P22, a Ruger Mark II, a Ruger Single Six, and some little POS 4-shot my mother used to carry in her purse.

I have so many good memories with the Mark II and the Single Six, my father and I used to plink and shoot critters for hours together on our families ranch. Cancer got him in 1986 at 57 years old. It's amazing how some guns bring back the great childhood memories like that.

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My new/old .22lr..........1947 S&W K-22 Target Masterpiece

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Couple of my S&W plinkers...

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Bought this from Bullseye in Castro Valley a couple weeks ago. Loving it so far

Ruger Mark III Target Model

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GM4sp-

Class act with those Colts...

A couple of beauties right there that cannot be found easily. I have been on the hunt for one of those for a while (non-conversion). I have some conversion kits but not the originals.
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I just want to thank everyone that shared photos of their nice 22lr firearms. I didn't have time to take pictures of the the Buckmarks, but here is my contribution to this thread for now. My DW22 and S&W 34-1 square butt.



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Always wanted to find a 22/45 Crazy 8
but this 22/45 6-7/8 slabside came up for sale first.
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here is my springfield armory gi 1911 converted with a kimber .22 slide!

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I gots muh duece-duece stock then witha tak nife then duh tak lite






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Colt NM with .22 LR TS Conversion kit




S&W 651 .22 Magnum




S&W Pre-Model 34 .22 LR

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Here's some before and after pics of my Buckmark Camper...shot ~1K rounds through it before letting the wife use it at a recent SSA Family Steel Rimfire match.

She liked it but preferred using a coach's race tuned Buckmark, and OK'd (actually prompted) me to tune it up for the next match.

Here it is, before and after. Tactical Solutions 5.5" trail lite fluted barrel, compensator, rail and C-More Railway with 8moa dot. Lost half a pound in the process as well. can't wait for the next match to see how well she does now!







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