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    CZ Shadow 2 lower, Kadet 22 lr upper.

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    S&W Model 18 and Beretta Cheetah .22



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    I'm partial to these STAR Model F and FRs:
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    How about a 22 centerfire revolver that could convert to rimfire!!!







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    Remington Rolling Block #2 Sporter I shoot this almost every day

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    An assortment of .22's is mandatory for every person who like to shoot. I sure wish that I had one of the 5" Field Barrels for my S&W Model 41 like the one Rick Bowles showed. It must really change the handling dynamics over the other two barrel options.
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    [QUOTE=sturmgewehr;3005019]How about a 22 centerfire revolver that could convert to rimfire!!!



    WOW! An 8-3/8" nickel, four screw JET! That's a rare model #53.

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    Since were showing rimfire rifles we have to include what is arguably the most iconic .22 rifle of the last century. Top to bottom: Model 1890 1/2 Nickel, Model 62A, Model 61 .22 WMR and two regular old 61s.


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    I love that little Kit Gun. You like well engineered .22s? This one I found on Armslist over the hill in Reno was a rare S&W New Model #3 Target model .44 Russian converted to .22 in the 1920s by the grandfather of the seller. His grandad was a railroad blacksmith/machinist who dabbled in gunsmithing. One hell of a dabbler. He reversed the firing pin position to hit rimfire and it shoots excellent. The muzzle extension is part of the .22 rifle barrel that was lathed down to line the barrel. The gun was made in the early 1890s.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt Burp View Post
    I love that little Kit Gun. You like well engineered .22s? This one I found on Armslist over the hill in Reno was a rare S&W New Model #3 Target model .44 Russian converted to .22 in the 1920s by the grandfather of the seller. His grandad was a railroad blacksmith/machinist who dabbled in gunsmithing. One hell of a dabbler. He reversed the firing pin position to hit rimfire and it shoots excellent. The muzzle extension is part of the .22 rifle barrel that was lathed down to line the barrel. The gun was made in the early 1890s.


    That is ingenious and super cool. I love the things talented people can make. I've always wanted a Schofield and a Schofield .22 is right up my alley. Excellent find and fantastic one-off.


 
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