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Thread: .22 Revolvers

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    .22 Revolvers

    I still have fun with my .22 Revolvers. My six inch old model 17 is a hoot to shoot but I love this one too. Of course I can shoot shorts, long and long rifle and birdshot in it and it works every time. The timing, cylinder mass and overall balance of these all steel .22's really shine in the six shot (what a six gun should be IMHO) configuration. What .22 Revolver are you runnin?

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    I have small hands so a S&W 63 with a 4 in barrel is a good fit. Also have a pre 34 I frame with 4 inch barrel that is same basic gun except blued steel. Love revolvers.

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    A few years ago, I came across an older H&R Deluxe Sportsman top break .22 revolver. It was in decent shape, but needed a rear sight. Took care of that and have enjoyed shooting it ever since. Something about a 9 shot top break gun that is just cool. And talk about easy to clean!

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    Model 617 in 4" configuration. I love it. Very accurate when I do my part. Hmm, this thread gave me the thought that on my next range trip I'm going to take it and shoot it a little. See how fast I can clean the plate rack. Should be fun! Thanks TJ!
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    A little 3 incher heritage shopkeeper with the bird's head grip is my fave. I'm not as accurate with it as with some of the target pistols, but she's a point and shoot kind of girl.
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    I have two that I shoot a lot. One is a Colt Frontier Scout and the other is a S&W Model 18. Both are a lot of fun!

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    S&W 17-2 and a Ruger single six I paid $125.00 for new in 1974.

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    What .22 Revolver are you runnin?
    Been shooting a stainless Ruger Single Six 5.5" for nearly 20 years. About a dozen years ago added a Taurus 96 which looks a lot like a Smith 17 and it is quite accurate with CCI Std. Vel. Earlier this year another rimfire revolver a 1996 Smith 617-4 4".

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    My Ruger Wrangler is the only 22 revolver I own, but I like it a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    A few years ago, I came across an older H&R Deluxe Sportsman top break .22 revolver. It was in decent shape, but needed a rear sight. Took care of that and have enjoyed shooting it ever since. Something about a 9 shot top break gun that is just cool. And talk about easy to clean!
    Same here. Whatever else I take to the range, I always include my H&R for some fun.
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