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This is a discussion on The Force of The Dark Side is a Powerful Thing. within the Ruger 10/22 Rimfire forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Originally Posted by bwinters A wood stocked browning is a thing of beauty and I will never tell someone not to won one. I Agree ...


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Old September 11th, 2019, 02:18 PM   #16
 
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A wood stocked browning is a thing of beauty and I will never tell someone not to won one.
I Agree with You.



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Old September 12th, 2019, 07:28 AM   #17
 
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Please don't beat me to hard, I've meandered off the Beaten Path. The temptation was just to hard to resist.
So this is what I found a Browning 2007 SA22.Attachment 131073 Attachment 131075 Did pick up a Scope Mount, Rings, and Scope. Scope is a plain old Bushnell Banner 3-9x 40mm nothing special.
The Rifle has never been Shot and the Jury is still out if it Ever will be Shot, odds are 50/50.
Did find something that put on the Straight and Narrow Path again.
My First Ruger Rifle, yep at 68 years old it's even hard for me to believe. But good things sometimes take longer than other things to happen.
It's a 10/22, Attachment 131077 Davidson's Talo Model 1234-R.
Really like it a Whole Lot. Has a Nikon 3-9x 40mm Prostaff Scope. The Old Eyes do Enjoy it besides the fact there are no Sights on it.
Have had Them about a month, had to get a New Camera.
I Truly believe the Wait was well worth it. It Really likes them there Pesky Varmints.
Thanks for looking.
Why would anyone own a firearm they do not intend to shoot? Especially a 22, its not going to hurt the value.
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"The force of the dark side" is usually referring to Black Powder, in fact when I referred to your post I was thinking some one else had been taken in to the shooting of Black Powder firearms such as I have. What a bust!
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The Gentleman offers sound advice. And I understand what he has said. Investment not really it is not a Rare Find. It has survived 12 years in this condition and the Jury is still out as to Firing it.
Do Appreciate your Advice.
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I do have other Ruger .22's that have not been fired.
A 1986 Single Six that is an 'Arrow'. it only came with the Long Rifle Cylinder and only in production for 3 months. And there are others.
I guess it's just my choice.
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Will keep an eye out for that.
Glad you like the Maple. Have you ever seen an Old Kentucky Flintlock that has a Maple Stock?
They Still look Great and have developed their own Patina thanks to use, oil, grease, and dirt.
I have, actually, but not in person. A member on another forum posted some pics of his pair in a "Maple" thread. They were gorgeous, and like you said, had a character all their own.
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"The force of the dark side" is usually referring to Black Powder, in fact when I referred to your post I was thinking some one else had been taken in to the shooting of Black Powder firearms such as I have. What a bust!
Sorry to disappoint you.
To me the Dark Force is something that is Evil and Very Tempting at the same time.
About the Black Powder, do have a Hawkins .50 caliber that is a very accurate with a 140 gr. powder and just a Round Ball. It was a Kit even Browned the Barrel.
A year later the Wife got me a Patriot .45 caliber Pistol. Both are Percussion. Also a Kit.
Very interesting this was back in 75' or 76' as it turns out to this day the Pistol has Never Been Shot.
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To me, 'The Dark Side' looks like an AR-15. Just sayin'...
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