GUN Decided to share a few more pictures with you guys..

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  1. blindarrow

    blindarrow New Member

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    This time of my .22. Yea yea yea.. nothing special, but it is to me. Moreso because, well, I've never seen another like it.

    It's a Remington, model unknown.. solid black stock, with a chrome action..

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    Here's a closeup of the chrome.. very well maintained (the glow is my shit-ass cell phone taking the picture.. it's the LCD on the outside of my phone):

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    The most peculiar thing, though, is where/how you load the gun.. in the end of the butt! There's a small piece you pull out, then load as many as 12 rounds into the gun.. replace the little pole, and you're ready to shoot:

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    And here's where you load the rounds in:

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    This gun has been in the family for God knows how long.. my grandfather somehow got it, gave it to my dad, and he gave it to me.. shoots dead on any day of the week, is pretty light, and is all-around fun. Just wish I could identify it :hs:
     
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    7 First comes smiles, then lies. Last is gunfire.

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    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    Nice rifle. I've never seen a loading system like that before.
     
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    :cool:

    I've tried to learn more about this one in particular, but it's next to impossible without a model :hs:

    I've always loved it because it's so damn fun to shoot, it's a family heirloom, and I still have yet to come across another one like it.
     
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    does it have a wooden stock or a plastic nylon stock

    if it is plastic, turn the rifel upseide down and look on the bottom of the rear stock under the white stripe (about where your pinkie finger rests when actually shooting the rifle) , i believe there should be a plastic cap with "remington nylon 66" enscribed on it, and theres your model number, but if it isnt a nylon stock, hell if i know
     
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    Plastic. You'd think it would be kinda cheap feeling.. it isn't too bad. Then again, it was the first gun I ever knew..
     
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    My dad had an original Browning like that.

    Damn thing got stolen :wtc:
     

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