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Old October 4, 2012, 08:54 PM   #10
Sharpsdressed Man
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Join Date: June 21, 2009
Location: NE Ohio
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I have perfectly beautiful 1948 K22, but recentl;y got an oppportunity to buy a 1953 version that has some light rust and pinprick pitting here and there, with some additona bluing wear. Still solid as a rock, and found it to be even more accurate than the older one. It has now become my favorite .22, as I can take it anywhere and not worry about scarring up a pristine gun. I heartily recommend finding a slightly used, older one, so you can do the same, and shoot the hell out of it.
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