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Old June 2nd, 2011, 10:24 AM #1
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No love for pump or lever action .22's?

I see a lot of auto loaders and bolt actions, but I rarely see anyone post anything on lever or pump action .22's in LR, or Magnum. I'd love to see some pics and hear some things on these. I would love to have a Henry Holden Boy in .22 Mag and a pump action in the same.
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Old June 2nd, 2011, 10:28 AM #2
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The only reason I bought a .22 was for a competition, and that's been supplanted by 9mm semi-auto. I'd love to trade it in for a pump .22, though.

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Look in our "lever action" thread. You'll see plenty of pics of Henry .22's and my beloved Marlin 39.
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I would love to have a Winchester 1906, but the prices have really gone up in the last few years. I wish someone would make a quality repro; I'm surprised that Uberti or Pedersoli hasn't. (I know Rossi makes one, but have read they can be hit or miss.)
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I love my Henry lever .22

And my Remington Fieldmaster 121 pump .22

the 121 is from the 50's and its awesome.
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much love for the marlin 39 ........................
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I have an old Remington 12C pump action .22lr
Perfect for dispatching squirrels with super colibri 22s.
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I remember when Marlin had an Annie Oakley edition Lever 22LR - its was a limited run. Pretty nice looking gun ,engravings etc- I wouldnt mind having one!
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Winchester 1890 .22s
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and probably a couple more I can't think of off the top of my head...
I kinda have a thing for .22s.
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Edit - never mind my mention of my Winchester and Marlin bigger rifles. I do have a Winchester model 1890 (1913 manufacture date) that I have lots of love for. It was bought brand new by either my grandpa or great-grandpa and was passed directly to me from my grandpa when he passed away in 1979.
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heres a pic of my winchester model 90.
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How much more good can be said about the 39 that hasn't been? It looks, shoots and feels like a "real rifle".
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How much more good can be said about the 39 that hasn't been? It looks, shoots and feels like a "real rifle".
It's a shame they sell for almost $500 these days. The Henry lever action .22 LR can be had for less than $300 and the .22 mag version under $400. For some odd reason, I'd love a gun in .22 mag.
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heres a pic of my winchester model 90.
How do you post pictures here?
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I have the Marlin 39A that my Dad got in the mid-1950's. Recently, a good friend had a Marble Arms Peep Tang Sight installed on it for me. I've shot .25 inch groups with it.

It's a beautiful rifle. It's accurate. It's a classic.

Any collection without a Marlin 39 is deficient.
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I have the Marlin 39A that my Dad got in the mid-1950's. Recently, a good friend had a Marble Arms Peep Tang Sight installed on it for me. I've shot .25 inch groups with it.

It's a beautiful rifle. It's accurate. It's a classic.

Any collection without a Marlin 39 is deficient.
I def need one. I'll save up and that might very well be my next rifle? Do you guys recommend that over the Henry .22 mag version?
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I def need one. I'll save up and that might very well be my next rifle? Do you guys recommend that over the Henry .22 mag version?
The 39 is a much nicer rifle than the Henry.
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The 39 is a much nicer rifle than the Henry.
Agreed.
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Another cool Lever gun is a Ruger 96/22 they were available in .22Lr and .22Mag

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