New toy to SHOOT with . . .

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  1. Canon Fan

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    Picked this up at an auction over the weekend. Got bored yesterday morning and started messing around with a pic or two. Just thought I'd say HI again :thumbsup:

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    Nice "toy"... i'm afraid to say a bad word about this picture now :)
     
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    .22?
    What brand is it? :)
    Nice crisp photo btw. :)
     
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    HeHe, I dunno, you Americans and ya guns LoL.
    Great shot though, pin sharp.
    Nice one.
     
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    .30-06 or .308 I'm guessing.

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    from the length of the bolt I don't think it is a caliber that big... I still think it's closer to a .22
    It's hard to tell the size in the photo though... nothing to compare.
     
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    If I had to guess, I'd definitely go with a .22.

    Great shot, the DOF works perfectly. :thumbup:
     
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    I'll make that 3 for .22. Looks like a Marlin .22--great little varmint gun.
     
  9. jstuedle

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    The ejection port is only long enough for a .22 or 5mm. Make that 4 for .22.
     
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    :lol: Besides, it's got to be a small caliber, he's a Canon fan.:lol:
     
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    hey, I shoot Canons... and I have some pretty BIG caliber guns. hehehe :gun:


    ;)
     
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    For those who said 22cal you'd be correct ;)

    It's a Romanian M1969 22LR Training rifle dated 1981.

    Decent shape and only $40 US. Couldn't pass it up :thumbup:

    Much bigger stuff coming in the future. This one is just for fun at my moms farm :mrgreen:

    small crummy snapshot . . .
     

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