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 Post subject: Rolling block .22's
PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 2:13 pm 
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I went over to my buddies last evening and he showed me his latest acquisition, a rolling block single shot .22 (ETA- could be called a 'falling block' also). I was not being a forward thinker so I did not take pictures of it. ETA- Image
It is a very small lite little rifle- one of those types that were given away at co-ops and gas stations for being a good client. ETA- It's a Remington model 6... It had a hammer that was cocked back then a knob on the right side of the block the hammer strikes was pushed down to roll the block out of the way. As the block lowered it pushed the spent casing out enough to get a fingernail under it to remove it the rest of the way. A new round was inserted, the knob lifted the block back up into place and it was ready to fire. Yup, it was ready to fire! No safety... :roflol: Cool little gun! Only weighed about 1.5 lbs it seemed. I'll text him and ask him to take a picture and send it to me. Just one of his extensive collection of .22's and other old western style firearms.
Husker, I don't know for sure but his collection might just rival yours in shear numbers. He said he lost count about 20 years ago! Of course, he collects more than just .22's also... I know just since midsummer (when I help him move we carried in a large number of VERY heavy cases that he said where packed with rifles) that he has bought at least two dozen more. :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Rolling block .22's
PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 4:07 pm 
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Pretty neat old rifle there :great:
Just something about the old .22s that keeps a guy wanting more of em.

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