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Old October 11, 2020, 02:57 PM   #51
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The Rossi (Mossberg 702 is the the same gun imported from Brazil) RB22 (bolt) and RS22 (semi) are even shorter overall and I find they feel better and have been more accurate than my 10/22. The Rossi RB22 is in the far right of that picture and fits totally under the upper rack.

Just curious, Why a left handed stock on a right handed rifle?
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Old October 11, 2020, 03:06 PM   #52
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A friend of my little brother bought a new mod.60 years ago, He actually unboxed it at the range, it had an enormous problem with nickel plated ammo, he was ready to throw it into the lake until I traded him some brass ammo for his plated stuff, then it ran without a hiccup. Not saying the gun was the problem, just might want to stay away from plated ammo.
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