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  1. #11
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    Remington 552 Speedmaster. Itís an all time classic .22 automatic.
    If you always do what you've always done you will only get what you've always gotten.

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    Make sure it's an old 552.

    Winchester 52 A through E and a 52 Sporter. Remington 40X Sporter.
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    1890 Winny

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgcatty View Post
    Remington 552 Speedmaster. Itís an all time classic .22 automatic.
    I was just going to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspy5 View Post
    How about Winchester's model 61 & 63. Also Remington 121,24 & 241. Top it off with a Browning Trombone.
    Yes thank you. These are exactly what I like, I will be searching for them this year. This last year I averaged 2 buys a month. I hope to double that next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    1890 Winny
    Wow thatís beautiful. I will be looking for this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by patience0830 View Post
    Make sure it's an old 552.

    Winchester 52 A through E and a 52 Sporter. Remington 40X Sporter.
    Yeah, I looked this up because I used a Remington 22 semi-auto in the 50's or early 60's that shot 22 shorts, long and long rifle. The info on the site I looked at is wrong as it claims the 552 (shown on the site as a smooth rear receiver) was the first rifle to do all three as a semi-auto.

    The one I used had a knurled knob on the receiver that you turned to increase the bolt recoil spring pressure. Relieving the tension to shoot shorter cartridges. It kinda of worked but shorts would not feed reliability. Sure don't remember the model number as it was near or over 60 years ago!
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  8. #18
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    How about a Winchester M 56, a neat and very rare .22.

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    Great collection! The Winchester 62 and Marlin 39A are the two must-haves of that group in my opinion.
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    Winchester 61, Marlin 57 levermatic, and a old Stevens.
    Last edited by Jaybird1980; 12-26-2018 at 10:47.

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