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Old 03-23-2011, 7:53 PM
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Default Lets see your smallbore competition rifles and pistols...

My newly acquired baby. Hope to get into some local matches in the future with it.



Dont mind the Eley Sport; the good stuff is on the way..
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Old 03-24-2011, 2:49 PM
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My newly acquired baby. Hope to get into some local matches in the future with it.



Dont mind the Eley Sport; the good stuff is on the way..
hah hah...you beat me to it! how could you use Eley Sport on a rifle like that!?!?!?

hah hah
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Old 03-24-2011, 5:32 PM
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hah hah...you beat me to it! how could you use Eley Sport on a rifle like that!?!?!?

hah hah


Actually, for practice standing position with 50ft targets, it does well enough and is cheap. I ordered a bunch of different target ammo ranging from midgrade to match to see what it likes. And Im nowhere near the capabilites of this rifle. If anything, every press of the trigger teaches me how long of a ways I have to go.
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Old 03-24-2011, 6:48 PM
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dang i just ordered my first .22 rifle and I thought $319 was enough money to spend. yours is awesome. I doubt i'de get good enough to need that in two lifetimes. have fun and good luck finding the ammo
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Old 03-24-2011, 6:59 PM
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dang i just ordered my first .22 rifle and I thought $319 was enough money to spend. yours is awesome. I doubt i'de get good enough to need that in two lifetimes. have fun and good luck finding the ammo
My 200 dollar 10/22 with 35 dollar big5 scope still has the most rounds of anything I own..


Comeon, if anyone does any kind of competition with any 22, lets see it. Don't let my completely empty wallet scare you away
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here is the rifle i use for smallbore metallic silhouette...it's a remington model 5, and it's a piece of crap...but it's good enough...heh. has problems ejecting the case sometimes and i've had to buy a replacement firing pin because the original one split in half! heh heh...but it's my only .22 rifle.



but here it is in it's new "tacticool" configuration

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Old 04-07-2011, 12:01 PM
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Nice rifle! if its accurate enough to shoot matches with, thats all that matters I guess. Plus it has a sleeper quality to it I like the camo stock. I see in the second pic you have the scope a bit elevated. The first pic I was wondering if the front globe was obstructing at all..
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I'll play; another Ani owner here.



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I don't have any pics of my own, but they consist of Anschutz rifles and pistols, about a dozen Thompson Contenders, and an RPM XL.
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nice sights and palm rest! is that a 64mp? Looks like the palm rest can double as a bipod.
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I don't have any pics of my own, but they consist of Anschutz rifles and pistols, about a dozen Thompson Contenders, and an RPM XL.
You should remedy this, you can't tell us you have that stuff and not provide the visual satisfaction. You're a sick, sick man.
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nice sights and palm rest! is that a 64mp? Looks like the palm rest can double as a bipod.
Correct! A 64 MP-R, the sights are amazing. The palm rest is great, and could double as a bi-pod I suppose. But I always shoot it off hand.
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