Discussion in 'Guns & Ammo' started by srb08, Feb 18, 2021.
Asswipe gun rest?
A roll of labels.
Sure looks like it though!
Its not the best price but reasonable
Two of my 22s, Tennessee ridge runner is my squirrel gun, Ruger GP 100 is my varmint gun.
Couple rugers, the kids 22/410 and a .22 bench cz455 with a Bartlein 2 groove. The suppressed red dot rugers are a hoot. Any joe blow can empty 10 rounds in a 4" circle at 10 yards in 2-3 seconds. They're crazy easy to shoot.
A couple of plinkers...
The woodsman was my Dad's, he bought it new in '41, still have the original box and paperwork as well as the longer barrel.
Was the first handgun I ever shot, I remember getting a hot speck of something in the corner of my eye, on the first shot.
The model 75 was my first gun, got it when I was 11 or 12, coincidently also made in 1941. Had a lyman peep on it for a year or two, had to work quite a few odd jobs saving up for the scope. Wasn't any cheap chicom alternatives back then...
A bit more modern, a bit more serious target stuff, though at this point could almost be considered vintage...
Walther osp (.22 short): I shot bullseye on a local pistol team for about 15 years, this one was sort of the pinnacle of a few other target specific setups I accumulated over that time.
The rifle is a Walther gsp pistol conversion, I was helping out in the r&d process while these were being developed so ended up with a bunch of the prototype stuff. Have a few other various barrels and stocks, including a couple I sleeved and chambered in 17 hm2 when they were just coming out.
At the time they were touting the match barrel version as the most accurate 22lr you could buy "off the shelf", what that was based on I don't remember.
I was doing bench rest competition with it before the custom 1022 and all that stuff really got going and was getting some pretty funny looks/comments from the bolt gun guys...
I recently adapted one of the barrels to an ar upper along with one of those cmmg conversion bolts.
Trio of aperture sight guns.
So..... how many double duces you got?
A friend has one in .17HMR
Several hundreds??? Lol
Not hardly, but I do have a soft spot for nice .22 rifles.
That 29o is sweet, I had one but not that purdy.
You have some nice rifles there, especially the Win 60A & 68.
That 290 has a beautiful piece of wood on it.
I had a 69a that I bought new in 1959 or 60 for $32.95., it would shoot under a dime at 50 yds.
The real prize was the Winchester 52 sporter, I drooled over those, I shot one once but never owned one, they were $180.00 when that 69a was $32.95
Some of the fellas over here still use the model 52 for 100 yard egg shooting. The big fat barreled version. Not sure of the letter designation after the 52
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