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Shooting my family hand me down 1936 Rem 22 cal.
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Short reveiw....Shooting my gramps old 1936 Rem 22...With some old 22 rounds...lol..As you can see some cheap 22 really bad on age..lol..I think they lost about 400 fps.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmVJofnkVt0
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Too cool...made my index finger twitch just watching
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#3
Pretty cool. My mother has one that looks very similar to that one that my late father had. I need to go take a look at it and see what it is.

You are giving me the itch to go and shoot some rounds out of my old Remington Nylon 66!



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Very cool!
I've been contemplating buying a local Remington 341-P. It's approx. the same vintage as yours. Metal is very nice, but the original stock and peep are gone. They've been replaced with a period correct small tube scope, proper base and a larger beavertail style target stock.

It'll go nice with my Mossy 42M-C Smile

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When I first read the title of the thread "Shooting my family..." I thought my fellow Washingtonian friend had lost it. Then I reread it.

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That lookscablot like the one I got from my dad who got it from his... A Remington 33 or 35 or something like that
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OLE PONY;121307 Wrote:Pretty cool. My mother has one that looks very similar to that one that my late father had. I need to go take a look at it and see what it is.

You are giving me the itch to go and shoot some rounds out of my old Remington Nylon 66!

Ohhh Use to have a little nylon 22..Most dont have a clue what they are when i ask if they shot one..lol

Jim and Jutta;121318 Wrote:When I first read the title of the thread "Shooting my family..." I thought my fellow Washingtonian friend had lost it. Then I reread it.

Jim

Lmao...Well..That would be a show stopper of a post..lol

CZ-75;121342 Wrote:That lookscablot like the one I got from my dad who got it from his... A Remington 33 or 35 or something like that

Great little guns..I break it out once and a while...Enjoy the weight of the walnut stock it has and heavy long barrel.
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Nice....It's good to have old family guns to pass on.That's a nice long barrel.I've got an old rifle that was my great grandfathers & was made in 1902.

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Kermit 460;121498 Wrote:Nice....It's good to have old family guns to pass on.That's a nice long barrel.I've got an old rifle that was my great grandfathers & was made in 1902.

{thumbs up} I hear ya there...That gun was in my great gramps hands too for a while...My grampa paid for it...But left it with my great gramps in MO back in the 1950's... till he passed on in the 1990's and i went down with my grampa to help with funeral..And we took that old 22 home...I had a few freinds offer to buy it from me..Just cause it such a tack driver and its long barrel..."so far longest out of all my freinds 22's"..I tell them...They are not that spendy if you want one..But this one staying with me..lol

Ty for watching...Post up some pics of the old girl if you got them...I enjoy old rifles and such..Im quite the collector of them at times..Anything from 1800's on up..lol
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You might enjoy this one Hyena.
Here's my boy a few weeks ago with my Mossberg, first time ever trying his hand at pinging some steel chickens and turkeys with the big boys.
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It was made between 1947-50, has a 23" barrel. I have the factory peep and front switch blade sight around here somewhere... I plan on looking for some sort of 6-14 or 8-36X scope to replace this vintage Bushnell. Bought a parts trigger group the other day to do some stoning on. Want to try to get it down around 1.5lbs or so, but didn't want to modify the original guts. Even though the pull is factory adjustable (yep), it just isn't light enough. Oughta make a neat long(er) range bench or silhouette lead slinger... Big Grin
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