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  • Remington Nylon 66 with Simmons 22 MAG 3-9X32 Rimfire Rifle Scope
  • Ithaca X5 Lightning with Simmons .22 MAG 3-9x32mm Adjustable Objective Rimfire Riflescope
  • Marlin Model 60 with Simmons .22 MAG 3-9x32mm Adjustable Objective Rimfire Riflescope
Very nice collection of 22's !!! I think the Simmons 22MAG scopes are some of the best values around for basic rimfire needs, especially the model with adjustable objective. With an MSRP of $62 they will get the job done nicely.
 
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I have shown it before but since you asked. Here is a plain little thing I built one winter.

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Savage MKII FVT with a highly modified Boyds Tacticool Stock all fittings made by me. Mueller 4.5-14X 50mm mil dot scope. And Williams Target peeps.
 

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Ruger receiver, KIDD internals, Victor Titan stock, Nikon P-rimfire 2-7x32. I always had a soft spot for the Clark Customs deep fluted barrels, so recently I splurged. I’m kicking myself for not getting the optional threading...

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Reno

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Two vudoos in one thread! We have some cool bubblegum people here! I’m in love with the gun, not the price however.
 

Reno

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My plinker. Aka Ruger American Rimfire. Sportsmansoutdoorsuperstore exclusive 16” barrel threaded version.

The “ting” of the striker is louder than anything else, gun.

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Sears/Savage single shot in 22lr with the cheapest scope money can buy. Got the rifle for free because it didn’t work, put on a new extractor that cost .39 cents, sanded the white and red paint off the stock and rubbed it down with BLO. It’s a very useful little rifle and will probably never leave my modest collection as it gets more real time use than anything else, plus it’s backyard quiet with CCI quiet ammo.
 
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Figured I ought to have one functional 10/22. Original old school walnut carbine stock, anodized receiver from the late 90’s, pre-warning barrel, aluminum buttplate.
The stock was trimmed down to fit the buttplate and the back of the receiver. Rather than a high gloss finish, I decided to go with several coats of BLO and a coat of gunny paste for a bit of extra protection.
Still need to set the front sight back, thread the barrel, make a thread protector, and probably put on better sights.

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