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Old February 12th, 2019, 07:19 AM #51
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You probably know this , but its a rebranded Ithica .
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Old February 12th, 2019, 07:24 AM #52
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Marlin Glenfield Model 25.

A gift from my parents years ago. My first rimfire, first rifle and second firearm.

Lots and lots of memories in that .22 rifle! Just shot it last week! Still shoots as well as it ever did. Gone is the old 4x15 scope that was never much, but it served a kid's purposes in it's time. The old rifle wears a whole lot more clarity nowadays!
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Remington 511, a birthday present from my mother. Lots of good memories there.
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Mohawk 10C, in the closet... break it out once a year for range time.
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You probably know this , but its a rebranded Ithica .
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Never got handed down to me, but my goto as a kid was my dad's Remington 511 Scoremaster. Got stolen around 81 or 82 by the local crackhead on a break in.
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It was a Sears and robucks semi that is tube fed with a “ compensator” looking thing on the end and with thin slots cut in it and matching cuts in the tin that is opposite and on top of the chamber

Grandad gave it to me when I grew out of my red Ryder, I was maybe 6-7

No model number or serial number on it just the sears and robucks name and address

It was kinda older when he gave it to me nearly 50 years ago, it’s around here somewhere or maybe I putbit outta state, I can’t really remember
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The first .22 rimfire I shot was my Dad's Westernfield bolt action.

The first .22 rimfire I owned was a 6" Smith & Wesson Model 17. It was a college graduation gift from my parents. My degree was in law enforcement and Dad thought it would allow me cheap practice, must have worked, my first qualification score when I got hired with the Federal Protective Service was 298/300.

The first one I ever bought was a Ruger 10/22.

.....and yes, we still have all of them.

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The first .22 rimfire I shot was my Dad's Westernfield bolt action.

The first .22 rimfire I owned was a 6" Smith & Wesson Model 17. It was a college graduation gift from my parents. My degree was in law enforcement and Dad thought it would allow me cheap practice, must have worked, my first qualification score when I got hired with the Federal Protective Service was 298/300.

The first one I ever bought was a Ruger 12/22.

.....and yes, we still have all of them.

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I'm noticing a fairly consistent pattern here that most of us still have our first .22.

And where did you get a Ruger 12/22? Mine was only 10 shot
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