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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2009 11:30 pm 
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Anyone know anything about these .22s? I'm always looking for a tack driver.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2009 5:11 am 
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Buy one as fast as you can. They do not last long (for sale that is)! I have one and they shoot great! They are not drilled for scope mounts but have excellent receiver sights with a globe type front sight. Mine will shoot a ragged single hole at 50 yards all day long and shoot sub MOA at 100 yards. The ones that Aim has now claim to be walnut stocks but mine is beech.


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 Post subject: Schultz & Larsen M70
PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2009 1:28 pm 
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Mine was imported by Numrich aka E-Gun Parts. Although I haven't had the chance to take it to the range for 100 yard shooting it is a good gun. With the proper rest and practice I really think it will be a 100 yard 10 ring gun. The trigger is adjustable fore and aft by loosening a screw. It doesn't affect weight of pull just length.

If you have a chance to buy one of these I would recommend you do so. I also have an H&R M12; while heaver and longer, I equate the two as being very close akin, like cousins...

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:20 pm 
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Well, I bought one of the Schultz and Larson rifles from AIM and got it today. Looks is pretty good shape (I paid the extra $20 for hand pick). Have not shot it yet, so the jury is still out. I was a bit surprized to see the stock touching the barrel. Thought it would be floated. Also, the wood is not walnut as advertised. Don't know what kind of wood it is (beech maybe), but sure ain't walnut. Really does not matter to me as long as it shoots well.


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