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    Posted: January 05 2019 at 7:37pm
im a collector of old 22s , not sure anyone else is interested but thought i might start a thread to see what might come of it - these are some of my colts ..

a frontier scout dates to 1967 , i have a 68 as well to make a nice pair , 
an early 3840 that was converted to 22lr [i think it was factory done] 
a pre-woodsman , still looking for the right woodsman to keep it company , 


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Nice !!!!  Stan was talking about getting him a .22 pistol, then my Wife interupted as I was looking up some... So we got interrupted !!! LOL!!
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Rhino!! You shouldn't be talkin about Lisa "interupting" you!!
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Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

Rhino!! You shouldn't be talkin about Lisa "interupting" you!!

Well you know how women are, they just chime in and on a different subject !!!  LOL!!
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A Square, I have a couple old .22 rifles if that counts in this thread?
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Originally posted by White Rhino White Rhino wrote:

Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

Rhino!! You shouldn't be talkin about Lisa "interupting" you!!


Well you know how women are, they just chime in and on a different subject !!!  LOL!!


My bad...thought you meant a "different" kind of "interruption"
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seems i interupted this thread , 

yes they count , i have some of those rifles as well , other handguns















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I like the older .22's. Many of the new ones are simply big heavy caliber guns bored for .22. There is something about a nice compact little .22.
I always yearned for a Colt Woodsman Match Target, but $$$$$$$$$!
my only .22 a really old 1980's (all metal) Ruger 10/22.
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Nice magazine! I have the same rifle! Ruger 10/22 I bought new in 1982! It has a .22 4x Bushnell. It likes tto shoot Yellow Jackets. Does s number on a gopher. Not enuff left for Grannie Clampetts buiquits and gopher gravy!
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Thanks, its a 100% "street-legal" 10 rounder, with most of a Wal Mart (2 for a dollar) plastic 'naner glued to it just to irritate the stupid. It has real banana stickers on it even!

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The range that "asked me to leave" Understood that it was 100% legal, but felt it "Violated the spirit of the law"
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i like the banana clip , call it a handle if you must justify , but the "spirit of the law" that restricts your capacity sorta violates the spirit of the constitution if you ask me , 
i have one of those carbines but no photos , they are a fun little shooter , 







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A lot of interesting 22's there. Thanks for the pic share. 
 
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Nice DW I have its big brother in .38/.357.


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i have a number of H&Rs , a number of S&Ws , a beretta , a sig , a number of the rugers , a number of the brownings , a number of hi-standards , a number of colts , a kimber , but i like that dan wesson to shoot better than all , 

here is a cowboy set i made up for grandkids to get into SASS with me as buckaroos , i actually have a pair of the colt frontier scouts that date to mid 60s and a pair of the cimarron birdshead revolvers as well as a second set of leather , i have two grandsons getting to the age and interest , the two granddaughters will be a few years behind , 




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I always wanted a Hi Standard Sentinel, they were made by DW but sold through High Standard's brand.
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never had one , i have seen some at gun shows but as you say - they were generally higher than i wanted to go , all of mine are semiautos , 

ive had better luck with H&Rs as well as the colts and S&Ws 













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