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    Average Joe Rifle Picture thread

    Post'em if you got'em!



    GET IN YOUR BUBBLE!

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    My first center fire rifle:



    It's a Marlin MR7 .270. I got it for my 12th birthday, and its ruined the day for a whole lot of deer. I still have the original walnut stock, but I did buy a spare from Numrich a while back to camo up for a beater.

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    Last edited by Polymerhead; 08-28-11 at 14:31.

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    Interarms Mark X Express .458WM

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    Great Grandpa's Winchester 1894 in .32-20 Winchester Special, 24" octagon barrel, split stock bound up with 70 year old electrical tape.



    Great Grandpa's Winchester 1894 30WCF 16" saddle ring carbine.



    A single point sling should go here.

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    Nice levers, pdp! This one was my Grandfather's. According to my uncle, Grandpa got it from an estate sale and the hole in the stock was put there so it could be hung from a peg in the line shack of a ranch. It's 25 WCF. It's the rifle that's defined for me what a lever action should be


    That's why I prefer octagonal barrels. Here's my Marlin LTD carbine in 45-70 with Ashley Express Sights


    My Marlin .22 Texan
    INSIDE PLAN OF BOX
    1. ROAD-RUNNER LIFTS GLASS OF WATER- PULLING UP MATCH
    2. MATCH SCRATCHES ON MATCH-BOX
    3. MATCH LIGHTS FUSE TO TNT
    4. BOOM!
    5. HA-HA!!

    -WILE E. COYOTE, AUTHOR OF "EVERYTHING I NEEDED TO KNOW IN LIFE, I LEARNED FROM GOLDBERG & MURPHY"

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    I am American

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    American made Savage Enfield No.4 from 1943. This was the day I got it. I love Lee-Enfields.





    Commie Hardware. Badass in their own right.

    These and my CZ .22 are all I got. I wish money grew on trees.

    On the plus side, SLRs don't seem to have any felt recoil on me.

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