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Old 12-22-2012, 11:47 PM
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What about semi-autos?
Remington 550-1P. Sweet semi that shoots anything/everything right into one ragged hole at 50 meters.

All Remington/Marlin/Mossberg's before 1960 are gonna be good.

My Rem 512 shoots better than my Anschutz 64. Really.

I love old .22's. Almost nothing better.
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Old 12-27-2012, 8:31 PM
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Don't have a picture handy, but my Winchester model 90 in WRF is a good shooter and always gets a second look at the range. WRF is pretty easy to get these days, from CCI and elsewhere. It's 102 years old and is still a a viable plinker / varment rifle.
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Old 12-28-2012, 8:32 AM
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I love shooting my Marlin Gold 39A and the Colt Frontier Scout I got from my grandfather.
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i have my dads old sears and roabuck .22lr.i did some research but didnt find much
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Old 12-28-2012, 6:54 PM
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Sears and Roebuck could be quite a few makers. They did not make guns just got them from Companys like Winchester,Savage,Marlin,Remignton and so on and had their name put on them. Somewhere there is a website showing cross referance. Post what stamping you find on it and I can probably tell you who made it.
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Old 12-29-2012, 5:48 PM
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There is certainly a lot of interest in old 22's and a lot of really nice weapons described and photographed ----
I share your interest, especially in the single shots -
My stable includes:
stevens -- 414 armory model
stevens - side lever crackshot
stevens maynard junior
stevens marksman
stevens favorite 1915 25rf
stevens favorite old model
remington #4 take-down
Page-lewis - target A
remington 512 - sort of new by comparison
colt lightning -- still in project stage
win lo-wall -- project
mauser 340 single shot - project - likely will never find a bolt :-(
colt frontier revolver -- bought her new, still in the box

Some are still quite accurate though many of the "boys type" saw little care and suffered much from the old corrosive ammo -
All are hoot to shoot --
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Sears and Roebuck could be quite a few makers. They did not make guns just got them from Companys like Winchester,Savage,Marlin,Remignton and so on and had their name put on them. Somewhere there is a website showing cross referance. Post what stamping you find on it and I can probably tell you who made it.
will do,have to get it outt my motor home at storage
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Sears and Roebuck could be quite a few makers. They did not make guns just got them from Companys like Winchester,Savage,Marlin,Remignton and so on and had their name put on them. Somewhere there is a website showing cross referance. Post what stamping you find on it and I can probably tell you who made it.
http://www.rimfirecentral.com has info on the savage/springfield/stevens .22's that Sears sold.
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Not the best pic... but it will do!



Remington Model 34 from 1934, I inherited it when I was 12 or 13. I shot it a lot, sometimes the action got tight, I would just give it some oil. I had no idea how to clean it or take it apart. It always went bang! In my late 20's I got more involved with guns and learned about cleaning and disassembly. It is one of my most favorite guns to shoot.
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Nice pair of 22s you got there!
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Not the best pic... but it will do!



Remington Model 34 from 1934, I inherited it when I was 12 or 13. I shot it a lot, sometimes the action got tight, I would just give it some oil. I had no idea how to clean it or take it apart. It always went bang! In my late 20's I got more involved with guns and learned about cleaning and disassembly. It is one of my most favorite guns to shoot.
That is a nice model 34. They are really fun.

I was just shooting a friends model 34 last sunday and loved it and now have my eye out for one.
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