was Hello, now arms

Marilyn Mason masonjs at nrtco.net
Wed Aug 18 17:54:06 PDT 2010

> Heck, the other day I took apart my old beat up 10/22 Ruger and put a 
> couple
> hours into tearing apart the whole firing and trigger mechanism (while
> watching a Rush retrospective). Very relaxing, and now the action and
> trigger are as slick as butter (or as slick as a 20yr old prairie dog 
> rifle
> can be).
> Don in GJ
You made me curious about the age of my 10/22 as I bought it used about 2 
years ago.  Found it was made in 1974.
At least 1/2 of the 22rf  I own don't have serial #s.  The strange one is a 
Remington Nylon 10.  Remington went to the trouble of stamping the year, 
month and day of maufacture but no serial #.


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