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Old September 14th, 2021, 06:46 PM #51
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Just the plain-Jane birch laminate.
Damn. I have an FV and hate them dumb composite stock.
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Old September 14th, 2021, 06:51 PM #52
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Damn. I have an FV and hate them dumb composite stock.
Get a Boyds stock for it.
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Old September 14th, 2021, 08:27 PM #53
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I've have or have had a bunch... CZ varmint, Remington 581, Rem 541X, several marlins i forget the models, a Henry, a Savage, and a few others I can't recall at the moment, but my absolute favorite is my Winchester 69A. Nice and worn and has that vintage "look" and accurate as any of the others..

The only drawback is, its an early model and not grooved for a scope.. If i see another one around that grooved, i'm buyin it.


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Old September 14th, 2021, 08:30 PM #54
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I have a few but the Marlin 39A is the last one I would part with. 1962 vintage.

Itís funny that was my first gun I ever had and Iíve shot it at most 5 times and it still sits in my safe, never cared all that much for it. Itís a good gun to teach people on cause there is quite literally no recoil I can tell on it, but as far as plinking goes I would rather my 10/22.


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Old September 14th, 2021, 09:42 PM #55
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Itís funny that was my first gun I ever had and Iíve shot it at most 5 times and it still sits in my safe, never cared all that much for it. Itís a good gun to teach people on cause there is quite literally no recoil I can tell on it, but as far as plinking goes I would rather my 10/22.


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Old September 15th, 2021, 04:17 PM #57
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Like my 10-22s (carbine and target models), loved my Rem 513T - gifted to one of my sons - but probably the last one I'd part with is my Marlin 39AS.
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The one I want to get at some point is a Winchester 52.

I shot one on my college rifle team.
I've got a 52C, heavy barrel. It is far and away the most accurate .22LR rifle I have ever owned.
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I've got a 52C, heavy barrel. It is far and away the most accurate .22LR rifle I have ever owned.
I was lucky enough to get one of the 52C rifles from the CMP that were in the last batch received from the Army. The stock was rough, so I found a decent, but well worn used stock from Reese Surplus which I refinished with TruOil. I keep the barreled action in the restored stock for demonstration, but switch it over to the original for NRL22 competition. In that configuration, I don't mind it picking up another ding or two.

I haven't yet tried it in a direct comparison with my son's Anschutz 1407 UIT rifle. They are both far more accurate that this shooter. However, it would be a good test. To be reasonably fair, it would take a lot of time....trying out multiple variants of .22 ammo to find which ones each rifle shot best. Then actually conducting the shoot-off.

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I've got a 52C, heavy barrel. It is far and away the most accurate .22LR rifle I have ever owned.
If you decide to get rid of it, let me know.

When I shot on the rifle team, I was averaging 98 out of 100 from prone on the collegiate target. Where the 10 "ring" was a dot in the center and the 9 ring was .22 in diameter.
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