Well......that's never happened before.
That sounds like about as much fun as a guy could have....with his clothes on.
As far as bang for the buck, CZ's are hard to beat.
Although.......if I had a Suhl 150, I'd be shooting it.
I think they were originally produced by Remington as the 24, then the 241.
Trio of Belgian Browning SA .22's.
Nice group of outstanding pistols!
When I was a kid, my best friend got a Medalist for his 16th birthday. It came in a velvet lined case with all...
That don't suck at all!
Popeye's here as well, four piece meal......Spicy.
You have some nice rifles there, especially the Win 60A & 68.
That 290 has a beautiful piece of wood on it.
Not hardly, but I do have a soft spot for nice .22 rifles.
Trio of aperture sight guns.
I was thinking the same damn thing!
Nu-Line guns in St. Louis built a shitt ton of Smythons back in the 80's. They had several on display in the shop.
The owner explained it just...
A roll of labels.
Sure looks like it though!
Here's a bit of an odd ball.
Remington 572 Routledge .22 smooth bore.
Have you tried looking at Numrich gun parts?
SN on mine is 599xxx. Compared to yours, mine is almost a modern firearm.
I guess maybe I should have known that.
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