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Old 01-18-2020, 07:37 PM
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Well lgs has a 455 varmint .22 that I pick up everytime I go in. I don’t need it and it doesn’t have great wood but it feels nice and I like cz 22’s. Just wish it had a better scope
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Nothing yet, but I'm closely eyeballing a very nice snub-nosed Smith & Wesson model 64-2.
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Not 100% sure yet but looking hard at the New Glock 44 in 22 lr. Some may say why? I say why not. It's a Glock what could possibly go wrong.
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i am not happy with my ruger 22 aftr seeing some of the shooting around here so i decided to get a 17m2 an i have been looking at those new vodoos. it costs a lot but i think i can do it pretty soon.
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S&W 63 2"

My first purchase this year, subject to my being forgetful, is a S&W Model 63 with a 2" barrel. Like brand new. I had a 2" Model 34 about 60 years ago that I dearly loved. No idea why I sold or traded many of the guns I owned except for financial reasons. Happy with this one.
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Old 01-20-2020, 12:10 PM
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Mine ended up being a very lightly used NAA Sheriff.
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I am looking at getting a Henry lever action . 22 for targets at the range.
On a fixed / retirement income so may sell another gun in the safe just to balance my budget.
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S&W 63 2"

My first purchase this year, subject to my being forgetful, is a S&W Model 63 with a 2" barrel. Like brand new. I had a 2" Model 34 about 60 years ago that I dearly loved. No idea why I sold or traded many of the guns I owned except for financial reasons. Happy with this one.
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Probably a Vudoo.
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I'm in sell down mode... So on a whim I bought a Mossberg 817 in 17HMR at the gunshow this past weekend. I'll doll it up and send it down the line! Time to let others enjoy 'em!
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Second of the year arriving tomorrow (if you count AR uppers at least), 16.5 inch HB with 15 inch M Loc fore end in .300 BO, looking forward to seeing what all the fuss is about.
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I am in between a CZ American or Varmint, and a Ruger American rimfire HB. In either case it will be a 22 Mag.
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A Browning Buck Mark Sporter Rifle. Been itchin' for one for years, now I 'm gonna do it, for my b-day!
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Not 100% sure yet but looking hard at the New Glock 44 in 22 lr. Some may say why? I say why not. It's a Glock what could possibly go wrong.

I did just purchase a Glock 44. I haven't had time to take it out to the range yet, but I don't expect it to be a target pistol. I do think that it would be a good training pistol since the size (not the weight) is similar to Glocks with more power.
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1894 marlin

Just bought at an estate auction a barely used Marlin 1894 carbine in 44 mag. JM stamped, made in Aug. 1998. Has very nice grain walnut stock, forearm.
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