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Here is my 10/22 coon hunter. The barrel is shortened and trigger is lighter. Gets the job done and is nice and light. Can hit them between the eyes at 50 yards if needed.

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havent got pictures but we use a variety
sometimes a .22 pistol if there will be alot of walking sometimes a marlin model 60 .22 or if we cant see well in early season a 16 gauge with low brass shells. all knock em out dead. and in a hurry


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This is just a remintong .22. its made from a nylon material, looks plactic, but is holds up real good and i use it alot. i prefer the open sites for coonhunting. you can load 14 shells in it at once, 15 with one in the chamber, you just load em in the hole on the butt off the rifle. i like this type of load style alot, and i prefer the lever action over any other, especially semi auto.



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supressed 22 mag.

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thats a sweet gun bassmaster. my dad has a .22 mag to, they are sweet little guns


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10/22 . lost the 10 round clip in a creek the other night and haven't bought another , thats why I got a 50 round clip .

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 3:44 pm 
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Here is my little "coon getter".
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montananative wrote:
This is just a remintong .22. its made from a nylon material, looks plactic, but is holds up real good and i use it alot. i prefer the open sites for coonhunting. you can load 14 shells in it at once, 15 with one in the chamber, you just load em in the hole on the butt off the rifle. i like this type of load style alot, and i prefer the lever action over any other, especially semi auto.



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Those model 66 nylons are actually worth some money now! Very popular item, Montana!

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alright! just another one of my grandpas old guns that i inherited :D


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looks like some of em are assualt rifles. :lol:

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winchester model 72 tube fed, win. model 60 single shot,win. model 67 & 67a single shot, browning blr. just like to mix it up. the 72 is my favorite!

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montananative wrote:
This is just a remintong .22. its made from a nylon material, looks plactic, but is holds up real good and i use it alot. i prefer the open sites for coonhunting. you can load 14 shells in it at once, 15 with one in the chamber, you just load em in the hole on the butt off the rifle. i like this type of load style alot, and i prefer the lever action over any other, especially semi auto.



Want to sell it? :lol:

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LOVE THE NYLON...TOO NICE TO COON HUNT WITH THOUGH IT LOOKS TO ME!


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i got tired of shootin coons two or sometimes three times in the heart and head with a .22 so i bought a savage model 93 .17 hmr with ballistic tips. and now its a one shot one kill type deal. you can make a mistake and shoot them i the body and theyll still drop and be dead before they hit the ground.


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I carry a Heritage Rough Rider with a .22 or .22mag cylinder

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My Brother generally brings his 20 gauge also incase we can't get a good shot with the .22


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