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Old 01-30-2021, 05:35 PM
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When you have a crown like this, It has to be shown

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Old 01-30-2021, 05:50 PM
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I am interested in seeing everyone’s most unique 22 mag. Here is mine. It is an all original 1963 Anschutz model 1522 dst. It is my most favorite of all my Anschutz stock rifles as the construction of this firearm is so unlike all others. The lines are so femine I have nicknamed this gun ladyfinger. It is just beautiful to me. Something seldom said about most Anschutz rifles as of late. I know, I have a problem..........

A beautiful example you have there, ruthus540.


Here's my most unique .22 mag rifle. It started as a standard issue full length Zastava MP22 until I chopped and "scouted" it.
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Old 01-30-2021, 08:21 PM
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How about a Unique unique .22 WMR. A Unique Dioptra "T". Not many of these were made, and this is the only one in .22 WMR I've seen in the US. I also have its twin in .22 LR:

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Here's another unique .22 WMR. Most Walther KKJs are either .22 LR or .22 Hornet. This is a .22 WMR KKJ, and, with the DST and all original everything, including the original sling, a pretty rare bird. Magazines are about $200 each :



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Hey, I think there is a board member thay makes 3D printed magazines for the Izmash biathlon rifles. I think they are about $ 40. If you need them, might try that. Not sure where i read red it, thought it was here. HELP somebody, old man loosing grey matter.
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I guess my Savage Striker in 22 WMR could qualify as unique. It is very accurate at 50 yards, haven't shot it further. I will shoot further this sage rat season now that I am back home now! Another favorite is my Smith 351PD.
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Maybe not as unique as some of the ones pictured on here, but I sure like it!

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Scope is a Simmons 3.9 x 12 .22 Mag.
When you have a crown like this, It has to be shown

Dem Russians sure now how to dig deep holes. No worries of dingin the crown on them.
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Old 02-01-2021, 12:05 PM
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I guess my Savage Striker in 22 WMR could qualify as unique. It is very accurate at 50 yards, haven't shot it further. I will shoot further this sage rat season now that I am back home now! Another favorite is my Smith 351PD.
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Gotta show pics of the Striker or it don't exist.
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Old 02-01-2021, 05:45 PM
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A beautiful example you have there, ruthus540.


Here's my most unique .22 mag rifle. It started as a standard issue full length Zastava MP22 until I chopped and "scouted" it.
That has to be the coolest stalking rifle I have ever seen! How does it shoot after being shortened? That is a sure way to ruin the accuracy on an Anschutz but not so with many others.
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Old 02-02-2021, 11:04 AM
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That has to be the coolest stalking rifle I have ever seen! How does it shoot after being shortened? That is a sure way to ruin the accuracy on an Anschutz but not so with many others.

Those Zastavas have tight chambers which seat bullets into the rifling nicely. Because of that, I assume changes at the muzzle don't affect accuracy too much (in my experience or others I've read about here on RFC and elsewhere).

The biggest limitation to accuracy for this gun has been the chosen sighting system. After the shortening I've only had the aperture sight, a red dot, a 2x20 pistol scope, and the 4x28 scout scope as seen in the photo in my prior post.

I didn't take any target pics except after of what was done with the red dot, which was right after the barrel being shortened to 16.25".
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Old 02-02-2021, 11:18 AM
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For comparison, here's how the gun could shoot 5-shot groups before the shortening with a 2-7x32 scope.

I kinda wish I had a long barrel version again to go with the short barrel version.
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Gotta show pics of the Striker or it don't exist.
I wish I could post pictures, new computer in windows 10 prevents that. I actually have two Savage Strikers, 22LR and 22 Mag. They both shoot better than I do but should put the hurt on the sage rats! I shoot from a homemade portable bench and a rest. I certainly can't shoot them offhand! I wish they were still in production, a 17HMR would complete the set.
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My RSR re-labelled Woodchucker in .22 Magnum is rarely seen nowadays. Offered back in the 1980s. Very small and light to carry, great woods rifle. The scope is a Redfield 4x 22, the 3/4" tubed model.

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One other possibility - the Russian manufactured Remington labled SPR94 was offered in .22 Magnum / .410.

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