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SHS-70: Remington Nylon 10

On this episode of the Second Hand Showcase we are looking at the sister gun of the Nylon 66. The Remington Nylon 10 single shot rifle.  The specs: Maker: Remington Model: Nylon Action: Single Shot bolt-action. Caliber: 22LR – 22L — 22S Stock: Nylon / polymer Condition: Excellent If you wish to contact this FFL about this rifle, click here: …

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22LR Luger By Erma

While visiting the Cody Firearms Museum (CFM), taking a gander at the Lugers is always a must. Now I admit I am not the biggest Luger fan personally. Makes, variations, markings, finishes? Meh. Not my bag.  We actually have a Luger, but it is in 9mm. Why? Because that’s a caliber we support. But… There seems to be a German …

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CMMG 22 Conversion Kit – Second Generation

Previously we had published a video discussing a CMMG 22 kit we had purchased 9 year ago at SHOT. It didn’t run very well. Ehhh….no big surprise. It’s a 22 kit. Not a dedicated gun.  Well….CMMG reached out to us and stated, “We redesigned the kit years ago for a reason. Let us send you a replacement”.  Which they promptly …

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CMMG Replaces 22 Kit

This is a follow up to a post we made on social media in regards to some issues we were having making a CMMG 22 kit run properly.  A kit we bought 9 years ago and never used.  Well…CMMG reached out to us unsolicited and indicated that: The kit we have is a legacy design and has been dropped for …

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Blaser Releases R8 22LR Kit

Some years ago, Freeze and I were attending the NRA show in Texas. I think it was Dallas? And during our visit, we stopped by the Blaser USA booth and talked at length to Kevin Wistner about the future of the R8 and Tactical 2 lines.  One subject Kevin was very adamant about was the intention to make a 22LR …

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14 Degree Snow Day

So we finally had a blast of cold weather come through the range. Considering it’s been the third wettest year on record, having stuff frozen solid is a nice change. I found this kit poking around the armory a few days ago. It’s a 22 caliber AR conversion insert. Unfired. I acquired at SHOT show years ago. As in 9 …

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CZ 452 w/Bushnell Banner Scope

I have bragged on my CZ 452 for years. I topped it with a Bushnell Banner Scope and since the weather is getting nice, I’m chomping at the bit to take on Marky’s Winchester Model 52. He technically has the advantage with the heavy barrel and optics but I still feel my Czech baby will dominate the day.   Freeze …

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Ruger’s Incredible Single Six Convertible Revolver

Ruger’s Single Six Convertible revolver comes with two interchangeable cylinders so you can shoot either .22 Long Rifle or .22 WMR cartridges in it. It’s also my single most favorite plinking revolver–specifically the “Super” variant because it has adjustable sights. The original Single Six Convertible was made from 1962 to 1972 and is found with 4 5/8, 5 1/2, 6 …

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Marlin’s Golden 39A Mountie

When I went through my lever-action phase decades ago, I picked up a Marlin Golden 39A Mountie so I could shoot a lot with .22 Rimfire ammunition. That’s wishful thinking these days considering the cost and limited availability of .22s, but it’s still a fun gun to shoot. It feeds and functions reliably with Short, Long or Long Rifle ammunition, …

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Pro-Tip: Always Wear Eye Protection

I shoot a lot. I really do. And with that, I see snake-eyes rolled more often than most. In just the last 12 months, I have seen a 38 Special slug ricochet and hit someone square in the forehead. I have seen another shooter have a razor-sharp section of copper-jacket slice right through the lower lip. I’ve seen one ruptured …

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Winchester 52C Photo Gallery

One of the neatest rifles I have ever picked up from an estate sale is a Winchester 52C. What made this particular rifle special was it came with both Redfield peep-sights and a Unertl scope. I won’t bore our readers with the legendary accuracy of the Winchester 52. Many of you know. But when I first picked this up, many …

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The Art of Plinking by Scott Mayer

Moving out West has given me a renewed appreciation for the simple sport of plinking because you can safely shoot just about anywhere, and no one gives a second thought to hearing a rifle crack in the desert. When I lived on the East Coast, however, finding a place where you could safely and legally take a crack at a …

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.22LR Martini-Henry Rifle

I have been on a Martini- Henry kick the past year. I blame the movies Zulu and Zulu Dawn. As such, I have been paying more attention to them online. And I have been keeping an eye out should I run across an example in person. I spied this recently on the gun rack. It’s a Martini-Henry rifle in 22. …