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 Cool find today 1965 Ruger 10/22 International. 
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Found a Ruger International 10/22 1965 production today. One owner, sat in storage for many years. Has the original Leupold M7b 3X. He mounted. Just thought it was cool as heck. Love old school stuff!

I also picked up a Marlin 57-M. Lever action, tube fed .22 magnum. Same owner. I have a scope base on the way for the .22 Mag.


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Fri Jul 03, 2020 3:18 pm
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That's some old school cool right there! :thumbsup2:

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Nice! I like the mannlicher stock on the 10/22 and the Marlin action design looks really interesting.

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That 10/22 is very sweet, love the look. If you ever want to sell...…...


Mon Nov 16, 2020 7:36 pm
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Very nice examples of vintage 22 rifles.

You may want to double check the serial number on the 10/22, the International models were introduced in 1966, first one had serial # 46077


http://tincanbandit.blogspot.com/2020/0 ... ional.html

and if you didn't know the Marlin model 56/57 actually started life as the Kessler Arms model 50 Levermatic....

http://tincanbandit.blogspot.com/2020/0 ... ssler.html

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I love the Mannlicher stock on the 10/22. I had the opportunity to pick one up several years ago and didn't. I think I found it in DJ's? One of many rifles I've left on the wall there and eventually regretted it. I'd also like to have a nice lever action .22 like your Marlin. I just love shooting them.

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delliottg wrote:
I love the Mannlicher stock on the 10/22. I had the opportunity to pick one up several years ago and didn't. I think I found it in DJ's? One of many rifles I've left on the wall there and eventually regretted it. I'd also like to have a nice lever action .22 like your Marlin. I just love shooting them.



You can still get one, I built one last year using a stock I got from S&P outfitters

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https://sapoutfitters.com/product/ruger ... d-end-cap/

Ruger still lists them on their website, so I assume you can order a new one.

https://www.ruger.com/products/1022Carbine/models.html

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