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Old 04-16-2009, 9:20 PM
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Question Tube fed .22's

I'm kind of new here and don't really know if this is the place to ask, but what is the CA law regarding older tube fed bolt action or semi-auto .22's. Most of them hold way more than 10 rounds, so is it a problem buying one off an auction site and having it shipped here? I'm just looking to for a few older rifles to plink with.
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Old 04-16-2009, 9:57 PM
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I'm kind of new here and don't really know if this is the place to ask, but what is the CA law regarding older tube fed bolt action or semi-auto .22's. Most of them hold way more than 10 rounds, so is it a problem buying one off an auction site and having it shipped here? I'm just looking to for a few older rifles to plink with.
Tube fed .22's are exempt from the ten round limit. Shouldn't be any issue at all.
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You're ok with buying a tube fed 22. I have a old Marlin Glenfield 60 that holds 17 in the tube that I picked up from a local pawnshop. Which I might add is a great cheap way to find a simple old plinker.
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Reminds me of tube fed bb guns from the carnivals, anyone remember those shoot out the red star for a prize thompson bb guns?

those were super cool, if i could find one to buy i totally would, air compressor and all!
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i saw one a couple of weeks ago at air venture air guns in bellflower for 495 runs on 125 psi from a compressor shoots like # shot is what he told me he had the loading tubes and eveything
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My Henry .22 can hold 15 of .22 Long Rifle, 17 or .22 Long, and 21 of .22 Short.
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Old 04-16-2009, 11:26 PM
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Thanks for the info, guys. I have a Marlin model 60 already, just didn't know if I could get somthing similar these days.
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Only a dork would buy a bolt action .22 these days. You didn't buy one, did ya? You didn't did ya? .......... YOU DID!!
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Old 04-17-2009, 5:38 PM
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Only a dork would buy a bolt action .22 these days. You didn't buy one, did ya? You didn't did ya? .......... YOU DID!!
Sure did. However, this thread was about tube fed .22's, not necessarly bolt action .22's. So there.
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I bought my Winchester 9422 in 1973, my first gun with my own money. I still have it and love to shoot it. Holds 17 in the pipe and shoots really straight. Congrats on the bolt gun, it will last forever...here is a picture with his big brother.

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Tube-fed .22's = Way much plinking fun!
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...here is a picture with his big brother.
Speaking of big brothers, Clinton is mine. Well, maybe not "big", just older. Thats why the dork comment.
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