What was the first .22 you actually owned?

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  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    those are very sexy .22 kent. ;)
  2. Kent Detective

    Kent Detective New Member

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    Thanks. YES they are both very nice examples of CZ/BRNO rifles. :D

    The CZ BRNO Model 2 EH was made in 1990 and the BRNO Model 5 1974. Both have had an easy life... They are both keepers. ;)

    Thanks for taking the time to reply.
    Neil
    Limey

    By the way, you have mis-spelt CALIBRE in your signature :D:D:D:D:D:D:D (sarcasm is the lowest form of wit eh)...

    You Yanks speak ENGLISH not North American ;);););););););)

    lol...
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  3. accident

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    He compliments your rifles then you ridicule his spelling.Thats the way we spell it here as you know.
  4. Kent Detective

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    I'm only kidding... :)

    I love you guys, we are the SAME species and BROTHERS IN ARMS (Afghan, Iraq) :eek:
  5. 3/2 STA SS

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    Winchester Model 75 and my 52B that I recieved from my grandfather. I would never part with either unless I was offered CRAZY $$ for them. The 52B sports 20X Unertl and shoots so well it gets boring.
  6. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    Thats ite kent... You brits spell english the way mexicans speak spanish.. :p

    hah....
  7. Diamondback

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    sorry already posted
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  8. ManInBlack

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    Anschutz Achiever I got as a Christmas present when I was 9.

    Unfortunately, I don't have it anymore and would love to find another one.
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  10. Bob & Wife

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    Bob & Wife, Bought a 22/45 Mark III, slab barrel, dot sights, just three weeks ago. My first 22. It was the closets I could come to my Glock 23, night sights. I wanted something that didn't cost me an arm and a leg to shoot at the range. Still love my glock but love the ability to spend the day at the range with the wife shooting as much as we please. Now we are looking to buy another 22 so we don't have to wait to shoot while the other one is having all the fun. Retired in Massachusetts. Any suggestions on our next 22 handgun?? We want reliability, ability to shoot most brands of ammo, ease to field strip and good accuracy. Probably shouldn't say accuracy but ajustable sights, as my ruger has fixed sights that are not set right (going back to the factory). Factory is very good and even paying shipping charges. Send suggestions to: My e-mail please, iamgramma@verizon.net Thanks, Bob
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    winchester model 67. i like it even tho i have problems sighting it haha. I think the old sight throws me off a bit
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    A Winchester Model 74 and a Remington Model 33. While I did trade the Winchester, I still have the Remington and it shoots beautifully.
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    Stevens model 15A, single shot, for my 14th. birthday, Feb.1957. My father bought it at a Western Auto Store, brand new for $ 11.50. Great little gun, and yes, I still have it.
    .22 shorts sold for, 35 cents a box.
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    remington 521 t given to me new in 1956 when i was ten - still have it + still shoot it -
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    Default Re: What was the first .22 you actually owned?
    Romainian Model 69 Training rifle. .22 with a Mil-Surp Feel and two stage trigger.
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