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    Ol' School Russ Jerome's Avatar
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    Tactical squirrel sniper build 2013

    Im always on FB and linking images sux with new format but here is tonights work:

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    Had plenty of expensive 22's over the years, tried building Rugers with expensive parts but when it comes down to it, its hard to beat a Marlin 60 micro grooved barrel. Field tested several loads before tearing this one down (its a shooter!) and adjusted sear/hammer, springs and trigger retrun spring to 4.7#, may go less but its nice and crisp. Anodized blue and red, guy at work is gonna put a crazy squirrel on stock before I polish and clear it all. Nikon BDC 3-9, the segments were very close at 125 yards with CCI Stingers.
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    The rings are temporary, perfect height just experimenting before wasting money (wanted the scope as close as possible but hate dovetails).
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    I have a marlin 60 I would like to get a scope for yours looks like a nice set up
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    I've been on a Nikon kick for rimfires for a few years now, ask Coop what my AR-15/22 S&W looks like in text pics!
    The fixxed and variables are crystal clear, just make sure you get the rimfire for its paralex settings. Redfields new
    scopes are getting great reviews too.
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    Mines older and could use reblueing and stock could be redone but it shoots well I paid next to nothing for it
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    Here is the "after" shot of some deep forest green, may make the old 60 look cool?
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    I have enough to do it, stuff holds up great and ez touchup, maybe some bedliner stock coating
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    That would look amazing then I would just need to make my stock black
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    Here is mine not as cool as yours but maybe you could help me with mine?

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    Looks cool but I suggest when posting any gun build pics to remove any and all Duct tape from all camera angles..

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    Russ.I love you

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxtremeteam View Post
    That would look amazing then I would just need to make my stock black
    We could use bedliner on stock, durable and great texture to grip. Im game, we need more "fun projects" for drinking nights in garage.
    I'll ready the cans of paint, little trigger work while apart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Cooper View Post
    Russ.I love you
    I remember sending you a bloody squirel text my first hunting trip with ar22!
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    U did I was proud like a father seeing a son take first steps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ Jerome View Post
    We could use bedliner on stock, durable and great texture to grip. Im game, we need more "fun projects" for drinking nights in garage.
    I'll ready the cans of paint, little trigger work while apart.
    Cool I have the stock off and sanded to be flat black ill send a pm and see what works out
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    Re: Tactical squirrel sniper build 2013




    Squirrel rifle? :what:

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    I've always been a fan of Marlin 70, Remington 597, and Marlin 70 in that order. Tube magazines are just such a PITA.
    Buy made in the United States. Otherwise your job might be next. Unless you already wear black shoes and a visor with golden arches on it to work in which case your fellow american has already failed you.

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    Tube fed Marlins are cool. One of these is on my shopping list...


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    Tube fed: nothing to lose!

    Stew here is one of my old 22 pistols....accuracy??
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    Thats a Anschutz Exempler.
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