Rimfire Rifle Photos Thread

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I have been looking as you all can see, if u dont care lets see some pics of your rifles just to give me a better idea of what i am looking for. Not alot people around here are into this like I am. If u dont wont to showem I understand that to.
 
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jtb33, did you build that one yourself? Very interesting and something I've never seen before. Not really my style (get my fill with real ones at work), but still very cool.
 

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I realize that it's not necessarily in harmony with the overall vision of this web site, so I will provide some additional details so as not to <span style="font-style: italic">completely</span> derail this thread; sorry OP.

Yes, it <span style="font-weight: bold">is</span> a .22LR. If you thought it was a .223, well, that was my intent. Unfortunately I can't afford a real transferable M249, but my kid wanted one that at least fired, so I did the best I could. I didn' want a cheesy pre-done kit that the end result looks more like a pulse rifle than an M249, so this worked out well. It's certainly been a conversation piece. It's a metal airsoft M249 that has been precisely measured, cut and trimmed to allow a Ruger 10/22 to fit inside it. It attaches to the Ruger receiver using the same two stock mounting points that the normal 10/22 stock uses, so it's in there very securely. Yes, it's heavy. Yes it's metal. The box mag covers up a 50rd "teardrop" magazine. It can also take regular 10/22 mags and the 25 rd mags. The barrel is an ER Shaw threaded barrel and I added a roller-style charging handle to the Ruger. The .223 belt is purely aesthetic.
 

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JTB that has got to be one of the coolest things i've seen.

If there's one thing that Airsoft has done for the shooting industry is to provide us with a limitless supply of 'stuff' that can be cannabalized for .22 use.

Too bad it isnt legal over here or i'd be having a field day...
 

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Remoah</div><div class="ubbcode-body">JTB that has got to be one of the coolest things i've seen.

If there's one thing that Airsoft has done for the shooting industry is to provide us with a limitless supply of 'stuff' that can be cannabalized for .22 use.

Too bad it isnt legal over here or i'd be having a field day... </div></div>

Thats what I was thinking... you can technically get 10/22's down here Remoah, but its just a bitch because you need a different licence... Damn Johny Howard!
 
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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: sinister</div><div class="ubbcode-body">...and it looks bad-ass as hell.</div></div> Definitely agree there and the fact that it was for your kid makes you the coolest dad ever!
 
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And in action.. not me shooting.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: armorpl8chikn</div><div class="ubbcode-body">


CZ452
Rifle Basix trigger
MKIV Leupold 16x and MK4 medium rings
Tacticool stock
Harris Bipod w/podlock
Custom 25MOA rail from Murphy Precision

Here is a place not too far from you where you can meet a lot of folks "into this":

http://www.snipershide.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=2041255#Post2041255 </div></div>

That's quite the setup for a rimfire. I take it that it's not a .22LR. Is it a .17 HMR?
 

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Eh, what the hell...
10/22 - KIDD Match 20" - VQ Trigger - Boyd Tacticool - Weaver T24


Remmy 40XB - AICS Chassis - TPS Rings/Base - Super Sniper 16X

 
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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: RicosRevenge</div><div class="ubbcode-body">

Remmy 40XB - AICS Chassis - TPS Rings/Base - Super Sniper 16X

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Those are rimfire rifles?!
 

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: RicosRevenge</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The Black one is... the other (tan) is a .308 </div></div>

I know this is a picture thread, but the SS on your rimfire is at least a 10x optic. How far can you accurately shoot it? Is it a .22LR or a .17HMR, or something else?
 

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Remington 40-XB, Hart Barrel, Kenyon trigger, bedded in a CMP take off stock, Unertl 32X Programmer 200.



Remington 37, Freeland stock, Anschutz 1913 buttplate, Canjar LP trigger, Unertl 20X.

 

Aries64

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: kejones1</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I have been looking as you all can see, if u dont care lets see some pics of your rifles just to give me a better idea of what i am looking for. Not alot people around here are into this like I am. If u dont wont to showem I understand that to. </div></div>
This post and the following three show some of mine:

<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">Kimber Model 82C "Super Classic":</span></span>









Keith
 

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<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">Kimber Model 82C "Classic", wearing a PMII 5-25X 0.1 MIL Gen 2 XR CCW + 2" USO ARD in NEAR rings on top of my brand new Murphy Precision 25 MOA Two Piece Base. The PMII and Mark 4 rings will be transferred over to my 40X .22LR Repeater clone when the action becomes available and I can get it built. It will be a complete, full-size .22LR version of My Tac Ops X-Ray 51:</span></span>








<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">SS Murphy Precision Two-Piece 25 MOA Base for the Kimber of Oregon Model 82 "Roundtop" Receiver shown with SS screws:</span></span>


A big thumbs-up to Cameron Murphy for machining the two-piece picatinny base for me. For more info and close-up photos of the Murphy Precision 25 MOA Two-Piece Rail, check-out my <span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">"Murphy Precision Kimber Model 82A/B 25 MOA Base"</span></span> thread.


Keith
 

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Below is my full-custom MOA 10/22 wearing various scopes. It wore a S & B PMII 5-25X Gen 2 XR CCW w/Seekins High rings on top of a shortened EGW Extended 20 MOA Rail while I waited for my X-Ray 51.

<span style="font-weight: bold">EGW 20 MOA Extended Picatinny Rail on custom MOA 10/22 w/threaded Kidd barrel - no V-Block!</span>


<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">My full-custom MOA 10/22 wearing a PMII 5-25X Gen 2 XR CCW w/Seekins Highs on top of shortened EGW Extended 20 MOA Rail:</span></span>




<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">Wearing Falcon Menace 4-14X 44mm FFP w/Seekins Lows on top of shortened EGW Extended 20 MOA Rail:</span></span>


<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">Wearing Leupold Vari-X III 4.5-14X 40 SFP w/Leupold PRW Lows on Tactical Solutions 15 MOA Picatinny Rail:</span></span>




<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">A few specifics:</span>

MOA Corporation 17-4 SS Receiver w/ Front & Rear lugs, threaded 3/4-16
Kidd SS 19.25" barrel threaded into receiver (3/4-16) - no shitty V-Block!
Volquartsen SS CNC Bolt and CS Spring w/Power Custom SS Guide Rod
Kidd Two-Stage Trigger in Silver - set to 1 lb. 1st Stage / 8oz. 2nd Stage
Kidd SS Receiver Pin Kit and Kidd Recoil Buffer
McMillan Sporter Stock, Molded-in 75% Black/25% Dark Grey, inletted to accept Rear Lug and Rear Hold down screw to allow free-floating barrel. BC opened to 1" to free-float barrel
Harris BRM-S w/KMW PodLoc
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Keith
 

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UPDATE EDIT: Well, after nearly four (4) years, I finally got around to building a dedicated lower for my "Frankenstein" TacSol / LWRC AR-22. I had built the upper using a Tactical Solutions (i.e. .22 caliber Rock Creek) barrel, hardened SS TacSol BCG, and TacSol upper receiver I bought used from "crossgun" back in March 2010 and planned to swap it on and off of a Bushmaster Pre-Ban lower. Unfortunately, I would get sporadic FTF and FTEs', which I attributed to the notched hammer of the Jewell trigger in that Bushmaster lower (dedicated upper or conversion bolt, AR-22 setups typically don't like notched hammers). It probably didn't help that the rim of the chamber also had some slight "pinging" at 12 'O Clock from dry-firing when I bought the parts used. I didn't want to give-up my two-stage Jewell trigger, so at that point I decided that I would just build a dedicated lower for my AR-22, but I never got around to building-up the lower until now. After I built the lower I worsened the pinging by playing with the SSA-E trigger (I forgot to push an empty case in the chamber between trigger pulls). Now I'm waiting on a .22 Chamber Iron from Brownell's to address the pinging before I can go play with my AR-22. Dumbass. Oh well - what's another week?

AR-22 Upper Components:
Tactical Solutions 416 Stainless BCG
Tactical Solutions 16.1" (.22LR) Rock Creek barrel
Tactical Solutions-marked AR-22 Upper Receiver
LWRC ARM-R MKII-B Quad Rail
LWRC-marked Troy BUIS (Front & Rear)
MIL-Spec Charging Handle
Mil-Spec Barrel Nut
Mil-Spec A2 Flash Hider + Cone Washer
Tango Down Black Rail Covers

Lower Receiver Components:
Franklin Armory HSC-15 Forged 7075-T6 Lower
RRA Lower Parts Kit
Geissele SSA-E Trigger
Magpul UBR in OD & Black
LWRC 7075-T6 Buffer Tube
LWRC H2 Buffer
Tubb Flatwire Buffer Spring
Magpul MIAD in OD

TacSol AR22 Receiver, Hardened SS Bolt, and 1:16 M4 Contour barrel:
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My dedicated Frankenstein TacSol / LWRC AR22 Upper:
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Closeup of fore end and free-floated barrel:
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Closeup of SS Bolt and rear BUIS:
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And here's the whole enchilada:
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Keith
 
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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> That's quite the setup for a rimfire. I take it that it's not a .22LR. Is it a .17 HMR?</div></div>

Then you would take it wrong
That is a 22lr and that is a group at 210yds on steel.
 

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: jtb33</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I know this is a picture thread, but the SS on your rimfire is at least a 10x optic. How far can you accurately shoot it? Is it a .22LR or a .17HMR, or something else? </div></div>
Tying in to ^^^ it is a .22 LR - how far I can shoot with it accurately is subjective! LOL! It averages MOA at 100 yards. The Super Sniper is a 16X variety. My eyes suck!

DFOOSKING - BOOO!!!! and YAY!!!! at the same time...

~ Rico
 
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Here are some of mine
CZ452V

CZ452V (4) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

New to me CMP Kimber 82G

Kimber 82G (5) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

Spikes dedicated AR22

Spikes22 (4) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

CMP Mossberg M44

Mossberg M44 (3) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

Heirloom Marlin 81DL

marlin81 (2) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

Kimber Rimfire Target

IMG_3208 by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

Ruger Single Six

Ruger SS (5) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

My sons guns
Ruger 10/22

nadak (2) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr

Henry Lever action

Henry 22 by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
 
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Love them Kimbers Aries and Chet!

Both are fantastic...

I hope I can find a good job soon so I can go out and shoot.


Fortunately I save more than I spend (barely) so I'm doing the hurry up and wait routine which drives me f'n crazy.
 
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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: TerrorInTheShadows</div><div class="ubbcode-body">USMCCHET, do you know what peeps are on your CMP Kimber 82G?

Thanks,
-Dylan </div></div>

Other than that they are made in Austria no Dylan. I have yet to fire it as I just got it this week
 

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: remau308</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Aries, thats a nice upper, how much did it set you back in the end if you don't mind me asking. </div></div>
Thank you. It set me back quite a bit - $880.00 as pictured, but I also have a Larue LT690 F.U.G. and a Larue LT706+ Harris BRM-S Combo for it, as well as a Magpul UBR and a Full MIAD to go on a lower to mimick my LWRC M6A2-S upper on my Pre-Ban lower. I just need a stripped lower and an AR Gold Trigger and I can complete my AR22 project. I just don't have a second ACOG TA11...

<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-style: italic">MRE LWRC M6A2-S upper w/OD & Black UBR, OD MIAD, TD Rail Covers, Trijicon TA11 w/Larue LT-100, & LT-706 + KMW PodLoc:</span></span>










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Here is my Sako quad with di-products picatinny rail and straight grooves bolt handle. Leupold qrw rings and a Nikon Monarch III 5-20x44SF with BDC-recticle. I've got all four barrels: 22lr, 22wm, 17mach2 and the superb 17hmr.






 
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Here's a classic for you guys!
My favorite rifle in the bunch.
My father gave me this gun for Christmas a few years ago.

This thing is an absolute tack driver with anything I have put threw it.








Couldn't get a clear pic through the old glass

 

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Dantrom</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Here's a classic for you guys!
My favorite rifle in the bunch.
My father gave me this gun for Christmas a few years ago.

This thing is an absolute tack driver with anything I have put threw it.

Couldn't get a clear pic through the old glass</div></div>
Dantrom, that is as cool as snot on a frozen flagpole.
 
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MEAT4272, I've been curious about the PDC stocks; how do you like it? How is it shooting with a metal stock in the cold? I was thinking of using one of their stocks for one of my centerfires.

Nice set-up btw.
 

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this is my Savage 17HMR, tacticool stock, VX1 3-9x40. It's a lovely little gun.





Logo below for a little Aussie flavour



Cheers,
Greg
 
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Savage TR. Stock modified to match Manners T2. Nikon Monarch x 4-16 x 50
Pillar bedded, 1/8 inch bottom metal. Remove studs and installed flush cups for sling.
 
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I wanted to create an accurate versatile rifle. I wanted a rifle that coud be used for around the ranch and as a truck gun for critters. I wanted the ability to scope it for 100 yard precision work. And the option to shoot irons



scoped precision option


Iron sighted




red dot allows 10- 50 yards with 60grain Augila SS DEADLY on critters to 40lbs

 
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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: haptoshoot</div><div class="ubbcode-body">

Savage TR. Stock modified to match Manners T2. Nikon Monarch x 4-16 x 50
Pillar bedded, 1/8 inch bottom metal. Remove studs and installed flush cups for sling. </div></div>

What kind of coating is on those rifles?
 
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both the 10/22 and the savage are sitting in boyds tacticool stocks. I modified both stocks to mimic the Manners T2 that I have for my 308.

Finish was removed. Profil of the butt was altered using fiberglass bondo and wood. studs were replaced with flush cups for the sling. Grip traction added using textured epoxy. Action pillar bedded, barrel free floated. Five coats of OD Green Krylon and 3 coats of matt clear.

Turned out to be a great way to stay busy on the days the range was closed this winter!
 
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