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Old 04-14-2009, 8:46 PM
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Old 04-14-2009, 9:28 PM
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Pictured after it's first session at the range, prior to cleaning...of carpet or the gun!


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Old 04-14-2009, 9:30 PM
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dude... i think i have the same scope as you... is yours the bushnell 3x9 rimfire scope?
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Old 04-15-2009, 7:21 AM
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dude... i think i have the same scope as you... is yours the bushnell 3x9 rimfire scope?
Most certainly is! I bought it on Amazon.com while I was waiting out my 10 days for the rifle. Scope gets a little blurry when I set the magnification above 7 or so, but still usuable and for the money, I think it's a pretty good scope. What do you think of yours?
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Old 04-15-2009, 3:44 PM
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The only gripe I have about it is that it does not have an adjustable objective. Other than that it is great.
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are you guys just using picatiny rings and mounting to the dinky rail that is factory?
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Old 04-22-2010, 8:59 AM
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I have a 795, with Simmons 3-9X32 and a bipod (6"-9")

My scope came with rings to mount to the factory rail

Will get some pics soon...maybe tonight

I have the scope close on the dial in...was hiting a 1" spot at 75 yards 90%.
Got my laser boresight last night, so I will see how that works out for setting it up
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Wes - What scope is that?
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Just did the camo last night....

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Just did the camo last night....
^Camo looks great!
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Thanks man, 15 bucks worth of paint, some mesh, and a small palm frawn will do it!
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Thanks man, 15 bucks worth of paint, some mesh, and a small palm frawn will do it!
What kind of paint did you use?
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Old 09-13-2010, 10:24 AM
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Cool, gotta get a couple of cans. Just gotta figure out what color I'm going to paint my marlin.
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yeha, I am about to do the Model 60 a pink and black tiger stripe for the wife and our kids.... we will see how that goes...
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yeha, I am about to do the Model 60 a pink and black tiger stripe for the wife and our kids.... we will see how that goes...
Please post! I've never painted a gun so I am trying to gather up ideas as to how to paint my 795. I will probably go with a solid color first and then do a camouflage pattern later.
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Model 60 (I know, wrong thread... whatever...) I just painted for the wife....

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Here is mine, Still want to paint it. Love this little .22
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And just because its funny and my buddy had it laying around.
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Welcome to the forum OCcub.
Nice paint job...
What muzzle brake is that?
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What muzzle brake is that?
Thanks, that muzzle brake is for a 10/22 on Amazon. It fits the barrel perfectly, just need to file the front sight slightly to fit the slot.
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its a Center Point i got from wal-mart for like $70 or something. nothing fancy but i love it to death.
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theres gotta be more people with pics of their 795's
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You've got to do a write up on that job! That's fricken awesome.

And the muzzle brake...
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Thats a sweet paint job what kind of paint did you use
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I have 2 795s one is stock with the addition of a sling and the other one i gave to my bro which looks exactly like yours.
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got mine today with a simple nikko sterling $45 scope shoots AWESOME!
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What stock to make adult size?
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Just did the camo last night....

Okay, that is a bad *** paint job.
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Sorry for the somewhat crappy photos. I'll post some better ones eventually.









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^^^Is that a drop in stock or did you have to inlet it?
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Had to inlet the bottom for the trigger guard. Right now they make them as a universal 60/795 stock. For the 60 you have to cut out the tube channel, for the 795 you have to extend the trigger guard area and cut the magazine hole. Not too hard to do with a set of chisels and a copping saw.
http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/
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