What is your favorite "RIMFIRE" Cartridge and what is your rifle?

matt_3479

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This has too be mine. It is a Ruger american farmer edition in 22 mag. I have a Nikon buckmaster 3x9x50mm. Winchester 40gr hp ammo.
I got a Ruger american 17hmr. Hawke Vantage IR 4x12x40AO 17hmr sc. Hornady 17hmr 20 gr xtp.
 

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Currently my Bergara BMR in 22 LR is my fav. It shoots super tiny groups and I'm working on extending its range (but my wife dragged my to FL for a vacation then we're going on a cruise. But I'll be back for all of hunting season in my home state of PA)
But my 2nd most favorite is my Henry H001 22 WMR. Its a very accurate, handy lever rifle that I enjoy carrying while hiking hoping for an opportunity to pop off a coyote or other vermin.
 

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My favorite rimfire is my Marlin 917VS. It sits in a Boyd's thumbhole stock and wears a Leupold Vari-X III 6.5-20x40AO with fine target dot. It is amazingly accurate. I have shot multiple 100 yard groups under 1/2 inch on calm days using CCI and Hornady ammo. It has accounted for many Prairie Dogs since I picked it up in 2005. Definitely a keeper.
 

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Here is my Love, Anschutz 22mag. Shoots as good as it looks. My first Anschutz and probably won't be my last. She is topped with a Delta Stryker.
 

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My God I have seen some Reall beautiful and functional .22LR Rifles. Wish we could build some of them.
Here are two We have these a two and we don't shoot anymore.
First is a SAVAGE Model 37 Pump. Tube fed with .22 short, .22 l, and .22LR
My father started me shooting this one when I was around 4 years. We shoot in the coal strippens and then in the streams and rivers that were populated and full of rats. My father worked on a rail yard in Moosic/Talor, PA Could shoot several hundred rats a day.
Now the Savage 37 my father would shoot dozens of rabbits in a day while walking through brush piles in the pits.
Now this was in the 1960s/ We just to go to Quartonios and pick up fishing and hunting ammo. We could get a brick of 500 Federal s=hollow points for $5.00
Now we shoot Yellow Jackets in of TC. Putting the TC up since it is so nice and not a mark on it. We have 3 - 10 round mags and 3 5 round mags.
It is put away fo someone that really wants it. Shoots Yellowjackets in the same hole.
I did the wood on the TC and 37
 

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My God I have seen some Reall beautiful and functional .22LR Rifles. Wish we could build some of them.
Here are two We have these a two and we don't shoot anymore.
First is a SAVAGE Model 37 Pump. Tube fed with .22 short, .22 l, and .22LR
My father started me shooting this one when I was around 4 years. We shoot in the coal strippens and then in the streams and rivers that were populated and full of rats. My father worked on a rail yard in Moosic/Talor, PA Could shoot several hundred rats a day.
Now the Savage 37 my father would shoot dozens of rabbits in a day while walking through brush piles in the pits.
Now this was in the 1960s/ We just to go to Quartonios and pick up fishing and hunting ammo. We could get a brick of 500 Federal s=hollow points for $5.00
Now we shoot Yellow Jackets in of TC. Putting the TC up since it is so nice and not a mark on it. We have 3 - 10 round mags and 3 5 round mags.
It is put away fo someone that really wants it. Shoots Yellowjackets in the same hole.
I did the wood on the TC and 37
I wish I could find YellowJackets. They were the ultimate in accuracy and performance in all my .22's
 

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I bought this before the 2020 election with high hopes to fire the first round on Trump's inauguration. Y'all know happened. It will remain unfired. Hopefully my 9 yo grandson can appreciate it when he gets older to own all the weapons I will leave for him.

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