OK ... I had to do it ..... (.22 combo)

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OK ... I had to do it ..... (.22 combo)

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.22 Combo!
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Savage .22 LR (I cut this one down) and an Old Model Ruger Single Six.

i am thinking about buying a .22 Magnum cylinder for it. Then it would make a good combo with my Ruger American .22 Magnum Rifle. The Borchardt Rifle Co. sells .22 Mag cylinders for around $100. They look good.
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:mrgreen: :mrgreen: I can neither do a .44 combo, nor it's half size little brothers!
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Do I REALLY have to open my safe and dig out all of my 22s? :lol:
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GunnyMack wrote: Tue Aug 15, 2023 4:13 pm Do I REALLY have to open my safe and dig out all of my 22s? :lol:
No. Just either your best rifle and handgun ... or the worst. Your choice. :lol:
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I'll be the first to admit these two don't make a convincing pair but I like 'em, and they work great.
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Walt wrote: Tue Aug 15, 2023 5:53 pm I'll be the first to admit these two don't make a convincing pair but I like 'em, and they work great.
They look like FUN to me!
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Thanks, Jim! I've never owned a .22 single action revolver. That needs to change.
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One of my Single Six cyls goes with the 9422 and the other cyl goes with the 9422M and I don't have to chop anything 8)
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Geeze Jim…..you get aaaalllll of the neat stuff…those 10-22’s will shoot till the cows come home and beings that your a country guy like me, we know the cows don’t come home after they made it through the fence.

I figured that a .22 needs help so I posted two .22 revolvers, both identical Flat Gates from the middle fifties along with some rifle that Winchester made, called a Model 61……..don’t know nothing about it and that’s the reason it’s still unfired from 1946.🤣. 🤪

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I win I have Win/Colt .22s for the win.
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Old Savage wrote: Tue Aug 15, 2023 11:07 pm I win I have Win/Colt .22s for the win.
Mmmmmmmm….we will let the judge determine that…….well, OK, a Colt beats anything else ever made…..I’ll go get Judge Jeanine and see what she says….
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Ok, ok, you win the shooting gallery division ;-)
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Wondered when someone would start a ".22 Combo" thread! :D Thanks Jim. I'll try to take a snapshot of mine soon!
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This is a Fun Pair >
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As promised! :D

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The old model Ruger Single Six I bought used in 1994 or so. It was made in 1966. I have the .22 Magnum cylinder for it as well. :D The buffalo horn grips on it were literally put on yesterday. I got a new-to-me used blued ROA the last weekend, and started swapping out grips, changing three in all. :D Not sure if I will keep these on the Ruger; I usually prefer some contrast with my grips to the finish.
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These are fun. Both .22 lr.
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