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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsai52 View Post
    I like your taste in 41s.

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    Notice yours has the ramp front sight and mine has the Patridge. I don't know which is less common but my first 5" light (field) barrel had the ramp as well.

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    I love my High Standard. It out shot a bucketful of M41's back when I was serious about Bullseye. In the 80's they held smallbore IHMSA matches on Fort Knox. The High Standard regularly posted 40x40 in production and unlimited classes using Winchester T22 ammo. These days I feed it CCI standard velocity. Don't need Eley or Gold Medal Match for the local club shoots.


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    I've been deep in the Winchester deal:

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    One of my favorite. Winchester 9422 case color.

    winchester 9422 1 (2).jpg

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    The one I carry the most.

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    Oh man!

    This is shaping up to be a most worthwhile .22 thread.

    I love .22s! Here's a selection. There are a few more vintage Remington and Winchester rifles tucked away, yet to be photographed.

    Love the "Five-Teen" Remingtons: Models 510, 511, 512, 513, and 521, produced from 1939 to 1963. Also the Model 514 which is not a derivative of the series. Here's a pair of the rifles added just this year, about a month apart, one from a gun shop and one from a gun show.

    Remington Model 512 "Sportsmaster"


    Remington Model 510 "Targetmaster"


    The earlier "Targetmaster" model, a Remington Model 41 from 1936 shown with a very early late 1964/early 1965 Ruger 10/22. The long and the short of it, the Remington with its 27-inch barrel and the Ruger with the 18.5-inch barrel. I like the long barrel better.


    Remington Model 34 "NRA Target"


    Homely but well-loved Winchester Model 57


    Winchester Model 90 in .22 Long Rifle


    Springfield Model 1922AII with barrel dated 4-32


    High Standard Supermatic Trophy from 1973-74.


    Colt Woodsman from 1928



    Colt New Frontier


    Silly Colt No. 4 derringer in .22 Short


    Smith & Wesson Model 17-4 K-22 Masterpiece


    Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece 4-inch from the early 1950s
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    [QUOTE=bmcgilvray;3004915]Oh man!

    This is shaping up to be a most worthwhile .22 thread.

    BMC - You are absolutely killing me!!
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    Here is a K22 (22/40) One of the best and beautiful 22 revolvers ever!

    Supermatic Trophy

    Suoermatic Citation

    Browning Metalist

    SW single shot

    H&R U.S.R.A.

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    The first gun that was "all mine", a Marlin 39A that I got on my 13 birthday. I've traded guns, and sold guns, in good time and a couple of not so good times, but no matter what this one is never going anywhere, except to my son when my time comes.

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    The Colt Official Police .22's- are real 22's!



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