Left Hand 22 Mag

Discussion in 'Rimfire and Airguns' started by Nabob77, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. Nabob77

    Nabob77 Member

    Jan 4, 2011
    Good afernoon L.R.Hunters I'm new to the site here and have found a lot of interesting material to study and expect that I'll be busy for a while. lol.

    I am wondering if anyone is aware of any production Rifles that are manufacturing a 22 Mag in Left hand bolt action. At the present time I am only aware of the Savage basic model in birch / blued barrel and the Browning T-bolt. I've owned a Savage and foundk that it was a love hate relationship with a gun that had the nasty habbit of misfires. The Browning T-Bolt is nice but just a tad pricey. Although I may end up with this one at the end of the day.

    I'd lke to know if there is anything that is of better quality then the Savage, and a little less expensive then the T-bolt. I looked at CZ and it doesn't appear as though they are producing a Left hand bolt in 22 Mag. If there are any other manufacturers that are out there I would appreciate a heads-up so I can consider any additional options that may be out there.

  2. markrainman

    markrainman New Member

    Jan 7, 2011
    I have the Savage left hand .22mag. I haven't had any problems with the action, bolt, magazine, etc. I only use Hornady ammo. Besides any other manufacturers, I don't know.
  3. yobuck

    yobuck Well-Known Member

    Aug 23, 2008
    i also have a savage. i agree they should offer more selection in left hand version.
    but then again most others offer none.
    i also had a feed problem seemingly associated with the clip.
    i bought a second clip which worked better.
    i also left the original clip loaded, out of gun of coarse, and that seemed to help.
    probably too much spring tension.

    also take note that a left hand c.z. in 223 was my worst ever gun experience.
    after 6 mos. and 2 replacments i got a refund.
    minus the 6% sales tax i had paid.
    looks aint everything.