Your Favorite .22

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Your Favorite .22

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Just curious as to what your favorite .22 is?

I have a Toz with an adjustable trigger that shoots better than I could ever match. Only paid $99 for it several years ago.

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Love my WZ48, shoots well and a little different
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I'm going to have to say it's this one !............
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CZ Mod 4. I have two of them and have put a 36X scope on one of them. I have shot flies from 50 yards and cut playing cards in half at that distance too.

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M1922M2 and MAS45
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Mauser mini-98 WWII trainer with an original 4 power Fecker scope.
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BSA Model 12 martini

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A Remington model 41 "Targetmaster" given to me by my uncle when I was 9. He is the one who first taught me to shoot. It was the very first gun I owned.

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Remington model 33
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Valmet 150 Standard model target or 1950 Marlin 39 can't choose. And you thought I would say Suhl 150 ;)

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Remington Nylon, bought it years ago with the intention of selling it ,but after I tried it I changed my mind.

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Winchester 9422 built in 1964 that my dad gave me
Fits me great and shoots any ammo out there

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I have to say my ATI STG 44. because it actually has the weight and feel of a real rifle, instead of a pop-gun. which is the only reason that is the only .22 I own :)
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it actually has the weight and feel of a real rifle
You should take a MAS-45 or a Reising M65 trainer out for a test drive, and if that's not hefty enough, try a Stevens 416 trainer.
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My rusty old Ortgies survival rifle. Not bad for 35 dollars. Love this thing and Burner always smiles like a little girl when he shoots it.
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