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#1 sportingspecialist

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 07:57 AM

Does anyone shoot a single shot ?

With the proliferation of autos especially,the custom Ruger 10/22's and the Volquartsens and of cousre the use of traditional bolt guns, the single shots have fallen from favor.I must admit that when I think of shooting .22's or hunting small game, I reach for a bolt gun.There was a time when single shots intrigued me.I went through a period when embracing the challenge of using a single shot was an overiding passion.That passion has since faded with time,but the memories of time spent afield with a single shot still looms large.This gun is what I used for all those forays into the field.I've long ago removed the scopes to use on other projects,but I think they're calling for me to once again take up the challenge.

What do our memebers think ? Does anyone hunt with a one shooter ?

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 08:18 AM

This is my one shooter.

It's not a hunter but a good target shooter. It would definately shoot some squirrels eyes out though.

Suhl 150, Weaver T36x

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Here's how it can shoot at 50yds.

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Here's a couple at 25yds.


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Posted 21 January 2007 - 09:01 AM

Brad,

Can I come watch you carry that around all day squirrel hunting? :D I'm not gonna' help carry it though.

An old friend of mine who is gone now was from just south of you at Sikeston.... had to look up Jackson to see how far it is.

Although I don't hunt anymore, I do have a 510 Remington and an Iver Johnson single shot .410. This isn't my dad's old I.J., but I probably shot more pheasant with one of them than anything else.

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 09:19 AM

I've got a couple of rimfire one-timers. A Contender and a Savage M30, both in 17 HMR. Both of them are accurate enough but the Savage is destined to become a paper weight. It appears that all Savage did was rebarrel the 22lr version. When you open the action, the hammer interferes with the extraction/reloading process. It doesn/t clear the empty case or the live round. You have to hold the hammer farther back with your thumb while you remove the spent case and insert a live round. It's very light, pretty accurate, and fun to shoot but not user-friendly. I've been thinking about seeing if it can be rechambered to 17HM2.

The Contender sometimes makes range trips and prairie dog shoots.

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 02:29 PM

Your post got me to thinking...and counting. I have a goodly number of single shot 22s. Most are heavy target rifles but I have a few sporting. The only 2 I have hunted with though is a 67a and an 1885 low wall. Well, I'll admit the low wall didn't actually hunt very long and it didn't stray too far from home. I actually have a soft spot for singles. I've been thinking about adding a TC.
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Posted 21 January 2007 - 03:23 PM

I sure do. Both my my hornets are single shots, and I tend to feed my .17 HMR bolt gun single shot when things are slow.

Here is one of the Hornets

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 10:40 PM

I sure do. Both my my hornets are single shots, and I tend to feed my .17 HMR bolt gun single shot when things are slow.

Here is one of the Hornets

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Are you sitting in an ant bed? I haven't been west of the Mississippi but that's what it looks like. :)
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Posted 21 January 2007 - 10:44 PM

Are you sitting in an ant bed? I haven't been west of the Mississippi but that's what it looks like. :)
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Posted 22 January 2007 - 06:43 PM

Sissies! A few little ant bites gonna ruin your fun..?? You gotta get down there and crawl around with the bugs..

The mortars were coming in from the squirrels. they have upgraded from claws and teeth to more serious weapons..!

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 07:44 PM

I've got a NEF 17HMR that I'm getting rid of if I can find a buyer. Nuthin wrong with it, just isn't what I'm wanting to shoot. All it needs is a scope, bull barreled, synthetic stocks, rings and base included. I just prefer a .22.

Oh, my kid is shooting a Chipmunk, single shot, 4x32 BSA scope. Fairly accurate, going to put a better scope on it for him before next squirrel season. That little gun has surprised me with what it will do considering that it's just a youth trainer.

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 10:40 PM

Look into a Weaver Rimfire 2.5 X 7 28mm , a very clear scope that will not over power the gun in scale.



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Posted 22 January 2007 - 10:43 PM

Sissies! A few little ant bites gonna ruin your fun..?? You gotta get down there and crawl around with the bugs..

The mortars were coming in from the squirrels. they have upgraded from claws and teeth to more serious weapons..!

I bow to your superiority...I just thought that was a new thing...a "see how long you can hold while sitting in fire ants" stage. :D

Squirrels with mortars make me nervous. :D

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 10:54 PM

I have a Henry youth single shot bolt .22 for my young daughter, and I use it all the time. It is like a very long pistol :-) It has fiber optic sights, and weighs about 3 pounds. It is eery how accurate it is to shoot the thing offhand. The bolt is very fragile however, the cocking lever broke once already, but they sent me a new one. Maybe I shouldn't have used the high velocity ammo in the thing..

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Posted 23 January 2007 - 02:24 AM

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You may have the ground critters but you have not been bitten until bitten by our Maine black flies and what we call " no see ums" cause you can't seem um but you sure can feel their bites. You can't win in Maine. Stale stagnant water gives us mosquitoes and fast running waters gives us black flies!!!!

Also I hunted with a Mossberg .410 slug single shot shotgun when I was a kid. Later I bought a H&R
16 gauge and used slugs for deer.

Rabbit hunting I used my Remington 514 s/s

By the way we stopped hunting squirrels a few years ago when they started lobbing hand grenades back at us when we took pot shots at 'em

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Posted 23 January 2007 - 06:22 AM

Before my first child was born I went out to buy her a rifle. I found an old Stevens Favorite which I later found dates to about 1890, as far as I can tell--it has a 3-digit serial. Bore of course was trashed. Had it sleeved, then raised all the stock dents and refinished the wood with Pilkington oil finish. Found a flip-up peep to go on the tang.

Bagged a lot of squirrels with it until my daughter was ready to use it. Lovely old rifle. The metal has gone to a plum brown. Half-octagon barrel, take-down, and rarest of all, intact original buttplate.

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Posted 23 January 2007 - 07:21 PM

this was very much a shoot and move situation. i caught a few ground squirrels sharing a smoke next to their little deuce and a half, planning their next raid into the field. took all three of them out real quick like and then moved!

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Posted 23 January 2007 - 08:46 PM

I have two Marlin model 100's either o f which is very accurate for having factory open sights. I have a total of 110 dollars ivested in tne two and some of the local boys don't care to shoot against them!

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 04:08 AM

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This is my .22WMR. Dollar for dollar an extremely accurate weapon.

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 07:05 PM

It seems like most of my .22s are single shot. The old training rifles from CMP just seem to wind up in my safe, somehow. The recent single-shots they've been selling (and I've been buying), Winchester 52D, Remington 40A in Standard and Heavy barrel. All have Olympic front globes with Lee Shaver aperture inserts (fine work). The Winchester has a Redfield Palma rear and the Remington's have Redfield International rear sights. The Remingtons are drilled/tapped for Weaver bases, the Winchester is not.

The 40A with Standard barrel could go hunting, it's not all that heavy.

Mostly I shoot Wolf ammo, Match Target if I remember right, anyway, it's the lower end Wolf stuff.

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Oh, yeah, got 2 Kimber 82's from CMP, but they haven't made it to the range yet. I need a break in the weather.

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 07:25 PM

Where in Michigan? I'm in Grosse Pointe and shoot at the Detroit Sportsman's Congress.

In a week, the newest .22WMR will be dressed thus:

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 08:14 PM

I'll figure out how to post pics here and throw a couple of a single shot of mine you ain't run into before. How about a Stevens Walnut hill gallery gun, all engraved #1 bbl 1" from oct to round with a Stevens 6x scope all about 1910. in .22 short.

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 08:22 PM

I love single shots. Unless its a coyote or cougar out back, I always grab a ss.

The first two photos are a WesternField M815, [Mossberg 320], which is the rifle I am currently "remodeling". Its 40+ years old.
The last photo is a Remington Target Master with a 27" barrel. It's 70 years old.

These both are a joy to shoot.

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 10:22 AM

Where in Michigan? I'm in Grosse Pointe and shoot at the Detroit Sportsman's Congress.


I usually shoot at the DNR range near Grass Lake

What's the Detroit Sportsman's Congress?

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 12:16 PM

New to the forum and thought this would be a good entry.

While not all rimfire, they are all single shots;

45 T/C smoke pole
Remington 514 22 lr
Brno ZBK 110 22 Hornet
NEF Sporter 17 HMR
Stevens 'Favorite' 30 22 WMR
Stevens 24F, 22 LR over 410
Page Lewis 22 LR
Chipmonk 22 LR (Grandson's)
12 guage Dbl Barrel smoke pole (two SS side by side) :rolleyes:

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Posted 19 July 2007 - 11:51 PM

I love single shots. Unless its a coyote or cougar out back, I always grab a ss.

The first two photos are a WesternField M815, [Mossberg 320], which is the rifle I am currently "remodeling". Its 40+ years old.
The last photo is a Remington Target Master with a 27" barrel. It's 70 years old.

These both are a joy to shoot.

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NIGHTFIGHTER do you know if westernfield made the revalation 22 rifle for western auto iv got a old revalation model R100B and it is identicl to ur gun i refinished it back in the winter if i get a chance i will take pic tomorrow so u can see thay are identacal....

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Posted 20 July 2007 - 10:10 AM

Boy, the wood on them is beautiful :rolleyes: Thanks for the pics. I'm from Grayling Mi.
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Posted 20 July 2007 - 11:16 AM

NIGHTFIGHTER do you know if westernfield made the revalation 22 rifle for western auto iv got a old revalation model R100B and it is identicl to ur gun i refinished it back in the winter if i get a chance i will take pic tomorrow so u can see thay are identacal....





I think Westernfield and Revelation were both made by Mossberg.

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Posted 22 July 2007 - 02:57 PM

I'm glad that someone resurrected this thread. In the last couple of years I have been picking up 'vintage' 22 rifles, mostly repeaters, either clip fed or tube fed. But lately it seems that most have been single shots. This morning I kinda went through the gun safes and took a short inventory and here's what I came up with....

Remington model 6
Remington model 33
Remington model 41A with a base for a Redfield 102 receiver site and globe front sight
Remington model 41P
Remington model 510
Winchester model 1904 with the cresent buttstock
Mossberg model 320K with S330 receiver sight and globe front sight
Stevens model 26 crackshot in nickel
CRUSO model CB

I have been keeping my eyes open for just the right Winchester model 60 or 67.

I would love to have a scope on some of these oldies but goodies, but I keep finding them un-molested without extra holes in them. So far I haven't hunted with any of them, just punched paper at the vintage distances of 50 feet and 25 yards. For carrying through the woods and fields, nothing beats my Winchester 1890 in 22 short. Someday I'll have to see if I can figure out the whole post pictures to the thread thing.

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 11:49 AM

I have several 22 LR single shot rifles.

One of two rifles that I class as a mediocre quality rifles, is the stevens model 30G, a reiteration of the Stevens Favorite, with the commemorative circular placue inletted into the butt stock. I say mediocre because it not the quality of the original Stevens Single shot rifles. I didn't spend very much money for this rifle... Still fun to shoot though.

The other rifle that I have, a single shot rifle, I also class as mediocre, which is a H&R reiteration of the Stevens Favorite. This rifle also isn't up to the quality of the original Stevens Favorite. I also didn't spend very much or this rifle either... And this rifle is fun to shoot too.

I have a Winchester/Miroku High Grade Low Wall in 22LR. This rifle is almost, but not quiet, too pretty to shoot. The Reciever is engraved and it has gold inlays, and outlining, on both sides of the receiver... This is a rifle close to my heart, because of a family history with Winchester model 1885 single shot rifles. I have only shot this rifle on paper, not having hunted with it yet.

For several years I saw pictures of, and read about, a reiteration of the Stevens Favorite single shot rifle. This rifle was made by a company, in Marietta, Georgia, named Varner Sporting Arms Inc. and the model is the Favorite. I finally found one on the rack in a local gunshop. It took me all of five seconds to buy it. The price I paid was $299.00. I would have paid twice that amount, for this rifle.

This little rifle exudes quality, every which way you look at it. It looks like this rifle is made better than the high grade original Stevens. If I get the time, and the discretionary dollars, I will have this rifle engraved and casehardened as the original high grade Stevens Favorites were.

The test target that came with the rifle, has five shots touching each other.

I would be interested in hearing from other Varner rifle owners, if someone out here owns one of these fine rifles.

Bill

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 12:03 PM

Not nearly enough single shots.....


Rimfires:
Remington #4 rolling block
" 510
" 510-P


Centerfire:
Remington #2 rolling block (32-20 cal.)


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Browning BT-99

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Posted 28 September 2007 - 08:28 PM

My single-shots consists of ------
.410 H&R for my daughter
20 gauge H&R
20 gauge H&R ultra slug hunter( Tack driver with copper solid slugs)
Winchester 52C ( I know i know it has a 5 round magazine ) but mine has a solid magazine with a spring loaded ramp, making it a single shot.
I like to hunt with a single shot for the challenge. I'm currently trying to decide on a single-shot rifle for hunting to add to my collection. Although i have my eye on a Remington model 5 .22 thats in the gun shop that i work for. So that might come first???


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Posted 29 September 2007 - 08:24 AM

I don' thave any, but if my buddy ever wanted to sell his I'd snatch it up in a heart beat! Its a K-98 .22 Mauser, and man does it shoot. We sat one day and shot empty shot gun hulls out at 75-80yds with iron sights and sub sonics.

What a hoot!

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Posted 26 January 2008 - 09:36 PM

I have a de facto rimfire single shot...my 1906 Winchester doesn't have a magazine tube. Even in single shot mode, that old gun has taken many a rat at the town dump, back when the dump used to be open. (Longs for the good old days....) Today's kids don't know what they're missing.

My Dad had a Remington rolling block .22 but I did not inherit it. I don't know what became of it.

Some of my earliest memories of shooting a .22 were with an old Remington(I think) bolt action single shot that had to be manually cocked after closing the bolt.
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Posted 29 January 2008 - 07:49 PM

I'm still shootin' an old Winchester model 60a single shot. It's a dicipline, but it reminds me of when I was a kid, buying my own ammo and making every shot count!

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Posted 29 January 2008 - 10:03 PM

I'm still shootin' an old Winchester model 60a single shot. It's a dicipline, but it reminds me of when I was a kid, buying my own ammo and making every shot count!





A big welcome to RFS 20two .....nice taste in rifles.



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Posted 10 January 2012 - 10:12 PM

I have 2 ,a Winchester 67a & this Stevens 44 that i got 2 months ago. Did anyone ever hear of a barrel maker by the name of HORST?
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Posted 22 January 2012 - 10:34 AM

I have a few they are great.

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Posted 07 February 2012 - 05:59 PM

i think HORST is a german mfgr , but i cant recall why i think that ,

do have a few single shots as i started with a stevens favorite as a kid [1915 in 22LR] moved to these british 22LR trainers , and am back to a few 22cal commercials ,


bottom up -

1892 EFD MLM mkII / Cond II [1912 conversion]
1910 BSA mkIII / no2 mkIV* [1921 conversion]
1945 LB Cno7 [purpose made]

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Stevens mod 414 22LR
Winmchester 'windermusket' Mod 1885 22SHT

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and the non 22cals -

1891 Springfeild M1888 rod bayonet 4570

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modern Sharps 1852 'quigly' 4570

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and an 1888 martini-enfeild mkIV .450 / converted to 22LR 'miniature' at BONEHILL / then converted by a gunsmith to what i use it for 12ga trap gun

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and a new - kids starter Tompson Contender im holding for my grandson in 22LR

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 12:15 PM

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 02:02 PM

I have a BRNO ZKM 468 "Garden Gun". Neat little shoot and pretty accurate too.

I also have a Civil War replica Zuoave in 58 caliber rifled musket.

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