Keystone Crickett Bolt Action 22LR Rifle Mossy Oak
Caliber: .22 Short, Long or Long Rifle standard or high velocity
•Action: Manually cocking single-shot bolt action made from Alloy Nickle Plated Steel
•Trigger Pull: 2 1/2 - 3lbs. (approx.)
•Safety: Rebounding firing pin automatically blocked to prevent accidental discharge.
•Length Of Pull: 12"
•Sights: Standard with Iron Sights
•Barrel Length: 16 1/8 inches.
•Barrel Diameter: 1/...Details
Marlin XT-17VR 17HMR
4-shot and 7-shot clip magazines
Blued bolt action, thumb safety, red cocking indicator
Black synthetic Beaver-tail stock with palm swell, full pistol grip, molded in swivels, and stippled grip areas
22" blued heavy varmi...Details
*Regular use scratches, good condition, includes Bushnell scope as shown in picture*
The Remington Nylon 66 is a rifle manufactured by Remington Arms from 1959 to 1989. It was one of the earliest mass-produced rifles to feature a stock made from a material other than wood. Previously the 22-410 Stevens combination gun had been offered with a Tenite stock. The firearms market generally lacked experience with synthetic stocks, making the Nylon 6...Details
Henry Lever Action 22 MAG Repeating Rifle
If you are sold on the Western styling conjured up by a lever action .22 and want more stopping power for small game and varminting, this .22Magnum is right for you. The Henry features deluxe checkered American walnut stock, a grooved receiver for easy scope mounting and a 19.25 inch barrel that will deliver the accuracy you need.
Action Type: Lever Action Repeater
Caliber: 22 M...Details
The Ruger SR-22 Autoloading Rifle
Legendary 10/22® action, a tried and true Ruger design, ensures consistent, reliable performance.
• Patented 10/22®, detachable 10-round rotary magazine features a unique rotor to separate cartridges and provide reliable feeding.
• Fires the inexpensive .22 LR allowing shooters to shoot, train or just have fun.
• AR-style ergonomics with industry leading H...Details
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