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Old 05-03-2013, 7:36 AM
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Just wondering what rimfire firearm everyone currently has their sights set on right now? For me, I've been wanting a Henry H001 for some time now, within the next couple months I plan to get one. I was going to get one about a month ago, but those funds went to an AR15 lower and bullet button for fears of not being able to get one in the future.
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actually just got a umarex mp5 so i'm set for a little while...think i'm eyeing a dedicated 22 upper next
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I just purchased a bearcat a couple of months ago. I might be thinking one more 10/22. current one has tech-sights. might want to get for a scope. dunno.

love levers though, might look for a good used one. I'd get a marlin 795 but can't support remington. right now I'm focusing on finding a good deer rifle for my son first.
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Savage Arms 93R17, picking it up on the 6th!
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I just bought a Henry. Pick it up the 11th. Very well made! Love lever actions!
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A Ruger 10/22 Takedown to compliment my 10/22 Target model and my 10/22 carbine, I have installed optics on both. On the Takedown, I want it KISS.
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I just bought a Henry. Pick it up the 11th. Very well made! Love lever actions!
If you don't mind asking, how much did you pay? Island View Enterprises here in Ventura had a couple in stock, selling at $249, which I think is a good price but I'm not sure.
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a box of value pack ammo because i refuse to pay $50-$100
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I just bought a Henry. Pick it up the 11th. Very well made! Love lever actions!
Couldn't help but think of this:



ETA: I'm eyeballing a PTR91, but need to sell the stuff in my sig line.

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Just picked up a Henry AR7 (shoots GREAT), next for me is going to be something completely custom... still planning it all out, but I'm sure it will have lots of KIDD parts.
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Ah man, I saw the Ruger Bearcat "Shopkeeper" the other day at my LGS and I'm sort of crushing on it:



But I also saw the ATI MP44, and while it's not really my style, it looks like it'd be a heck of a lot of fun. Plus it's built like a tank; I mean really solid construction and has a really good weight to it.

Decisions....
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Ruger 10/22 Takedown
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Just jailed my first 10/22! Gonna put Tech Sights and a sling on it, for now...
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Hrnry Golden Boy or Marlin 39A

also want to add a double action .22 revolver - any recommendations?
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I was eyeing a Ruger 22/45 for a few weeks. I finally found on yesterday.

Now I'm eyeing a SP101 .22lr.
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I am really wanting a M1A but not sure if I want a socomII or one with a longer barrel.

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Nothing fancy like everyone else just yet...got my eye on either an ATI/GSG 1911 .22lr or the SIG 1911 .22lr.

All said and done up here in the SF bay area, this would set me back a little over 5 bills for a new one from any of the LGSs. Online is no better when you add in the shipping and transfer fees. Unbelievable.
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Ruger Takedown to go with my other 2 ruger 10-22's ruger 22/45...Doesn't matter how many guns I own I always love shooting the 22's...Plus they are all tricked out a little... : )

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I'm anxiously waiting for the Beretta Neos carbine kit to be back in stock. Backordered a kit a few months ago from Midway.

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A .22 WMR auto loader. Either the CZ or the Magnum Research. I want it because I actually see that ammo on shelves here and there.
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Henry H001 as well, or maybe a H001T, If i can find either. Maybe a .22 upper for my AR
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GSG5(22). I've wanted one for a while but it's never been high on the priority list.
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Not eyeballing, but dros'd a HK 416 22 last week. It'll be out of jail Thursday.
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Ah man, I saw the Ruger Bearcat "Shopkeeper" the other day at my LGS and I'm sort of crushing on it:




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What shop in the Bay Area has a shopkeeper?! I guess the better question is "how much?"
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What shop in the Bay Area has a shopkeeper?! I guess the better question is "how much?"
City Arms East in Pleasant Hill. Mid high $500 if I recall.
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Really want to pick up a Bersa thunder 22. But I can't find enough .22 ammo to have a satisfying range session with the .22's I already have. holding off till supply catches up with demand.
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Now that I'm in Free America, I'm looking really hard at that Ruger LCP .380. I saw one at DAS in SD about 1-2 months ago, handled it a bit, and was impressed by how small and concealable the thing was in person but it was marked "L.E." only due to being "off roster" so no sale there.

Looked at the same gun again earlier today at Cabela's here in Glendale (Az) and would have bought it on the spot if there hand't been a fubar with my driver's license change over earlier in the morning. Once I get that situation straightened out, though, I'm definitely gettin' that little pistol.

That and a non-bullet buttoned SGL-61 when I can round up the funds...
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