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Old 01-15-2006, 12:32 AM
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think a lot of ground was covered in a few days, from muscled up 10/22's to classic muscled up wheelie cars. wish i still had the ole' 74 vega wagon with the LTI, shortened 12 bolt, etc............

lets not let this new idea fizzle out people. keep those ideas, comments, opinions coming.

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Old 01-15-2006, 12:45 AM
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Just An Idea Dont Flame Me

first of all i'm in if you allow model 60.

what if we called it the 99SS, meaning 9 pound gun and 9x scope then you could call it super stock or super sport which ever you like
and do what ever you could AFFORD or PREFERE

good luck and good shootin'
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My thinking,a super stock gun would be built off a stock platform,meaning stock trigger group,barrel,stock,block,ect,ect.Any modifications allowed as long as they are made to the original parts.A custom that looks just like a stock gun on the outside would be called a sleeper in my book.
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Food for thought...
One thing that really stands out in our RFC community is its diversity. The rifles we read about everyday seem to fall into three categories.....box-stock, ultimate or somewhere in between. These purpose built "in between" rifles do need a label, even if it's a broad one. The intentions of my post are to get all of those 'in-between' rifles into a category of its own, and even sub-classify if needed. I honestly think Super-Stock fits this bill.... Whatever becomes of it, I'm just glad it's a community effort.
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:14 AM
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Food for thought...
One thing that really stands out in our RFC community is its diversity. The rifles we read about everyday seem to fall into three categories.....box-stock, ultimate or somewhere in between. These purpose built "in between" rifles do need a label, even if it's a broad one. The intentions of my post are to get all of those 'in-between' rifles into a category of its own, and even sub-classify if needed. I honestly think Super-Stock fits this bill.... Whatever becomes of it, I'm just glad it's a community effort.
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Makes sence and sounds good to me.
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:38 AM
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first of all i'm in if you allow model 60.

what if we called it the 99SS, meaning 9 pound gun and 9x scope then you could call it super stock or super sport which ever you like
and do what ever you could AFFORD or PREFERE

good luck and good shootin'
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Flames? Why would you expect flames? I been HOPING somebody would jump in and say they wanted to build a SuperStock Marlin. I, for one, do not want this to be another "us and them" bunch of snobs telling people what they CAN'T do. Brother, you got a Marlin? Show us what you CAN DO! I think a tricked out inside, refinished stock, Mod 60 could be just the thing. The pawnshop about a mile from here has 6 of them and not one is more that $70! As stock guns go I suspect the Marlin might be more accurate than the 10/22 . Go for it I say. Anybody else have a comment. I saw one for $60 that I though my wife might really like if nicely refinished. It's got the chimunk or squirrel or what ever on it.....not my thing but I think she'd like it.

I think someone is missing the boat if they don't build one of those clip fed carbines (mod 70, 75?????????).
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Utt,,Ohhhh!
Here come the Pump's, Bolt's and Lever's....
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Old 01-15-2006, 10:29 AM
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Utt,,Ohhhh!
Here come the Pump's, Bolt's and Lever's....
The 60 is Ruger's traditional semi auto competition. I still like the idea of a 96/22 like a SS version of what Ole' Man River has been building. I don't care. All I want is for us to have fun and share info........What say the rest of you guys????
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Utt,,Ohhhh!
Here come the Pump's, Bolt's and Lever's....
I had to say that because my younger brother has a Model 9422 Winchester
in 22 WMR that on a good day with decent ammo shoot's as well as my 77/22 RM..
I have seen it, and it left me scratchin my butt too..
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Old 01-15-2006, 10:48 AM
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I'll go buy another 60 just to be in this! I like theidea and hope it comes to fruition.
I would vote for the word "Super Stock" as the name. It just defines the class all together.
Count me in!
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Old 01-15-2006, 11:41 AM
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I had to say that because my younger brother has a Model 9422 Winchester
in 22 WMR that on a good day with decent ammo shoot's as well as my 77/22 RM..
I have seen it, and it left me scratchin my butt too..
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I have a friend that has a 22mag 9422 that will kick most unmodified 77/22's butts on ANY day. The 9422Mag is very good and to be honest the Ruger 77/22 with out mods is mediocre at best. This is way off subject for this thread but the 77/22 series is hurting without bolt and barrel work. Alot of potential wasted.
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Old 01-15-2006, 12:17 PM
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Setting here smileing ,, thinking of the number of mediocre at best Model 94's in 30.30 and 32 Win Special I have seen over the year's compared to any that did shoot well..Aint happened here yet,,
Unless I put the Savage 99 a friend showed me once..
I allway's had thought up to that point it was the ammo..
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computer stupid

got out and shot some groups on the marlin, was pretty pleased with the results, I cant figure out how to share them (post them)

Chromie

BTW does anyone know where or who has the pics. of the underdog model 60 that rifle rocks

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Old 01-15-2006, 08:43 PM
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1st a photo host is needed ( I use Photobucket ) then here is the Tips Link for posting pics .
Hurry pics rock !
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Old 01-15-2006, 08:45 PM
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BTW does anyone know where or who has the pics. of the underdog model 60 that rifle rocks
Do an advaned search for sawdust . Yeah that 60 is sweet .

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