New t bolt

Discussion in 'Rimfire & Smallbore' started by Gary Schiefelbein, Sep 11, 2018.

  1. Gary Schiefelbein

    Gary Schiefelbein

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    Been wanting to add one of these for quite sometime.Then a long comes a pristine one.Know it's not a Winnie or Remmi or an Annie.But it's one hell of a Mossy. 2768_1536707829472.jpeg 2770_1536707822001.jpeg
     
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  2. drover

    drover

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    Congratulations, that is a great looking rifle. Those are a very under rated rifle, they shoot great.

    I have a 142A (carbine with the fold-down forearm) that was my first rifle, it has had tens of thousands of rounds through it and will still shoot 1/2 to 3/4 inch groups at 50 yardwith any decent ammo.
    It is 69 years old now and is in the hands of my grandson.

    Years ago I did a home gunsmith shim on the trigger to get a lighter pull and it has performed flawlessly.

    drover
     
  3. dkhunt14

    dkhunt14

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    Looks like a Mossberg target. They shot really well. Another good one was the Browning T-bolt. Matt
     
  4. Gary Schiefelbein

    Gary Schiefelbein

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    144 t bolt
     
  5. 55fairlane

    55fairlane

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    Peep sights....hand stop/sling rail......in the right hands, these rifles will hang with an Anschutz, and cost a lot less.....very nice rifle.....
     
  6. USMCDOC

    USMCDOC Silver $$ Contributor

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    really? how matches matches have they been used in for the win?
     

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