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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-04-2019, 01:09 AM Thread Starter
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Default Browning's sa-22 .. pure Class

Anyone else have a Browning sa22?
Mine is made in Japan.
Very very accurate.
I did have to put a Leupold rimfire scope on.
2x7x28 glossy..
Bloody little thing will light matches.
I think it's the finest.22 auto loading rifle known to man.
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Funny you should post this because I've recently got the bug for one of them! Of course there was a bit of sticker shock when I started looking for one, but eventually I'll find one for a good price. They sure don't lose much value, and if buying a used one for a fair price the value will probably only increase.

Anything designed by John Browning has class. It speaks volumes that most all of his designs are over a hundred years old now and are still highly sought after by shooters, not just collectors.
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Anything designed by John Browning has class. It speaks volumes that most all of his designs are over a hundred years old now and are still highly sought after by shooters, not just collectors.
Amen. John Moses Browning, the greatest firearm designer ever. The Japan made rifles are reputed to shoot every bit as well as the early Belgium models. The bottom ejection is cool. Nice contrast to the current .22 auto’s.

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Wonderful little rifles just don't sit at the picnic table in shorts and shoot one. The bottom eject is cool the brass is HOT!!

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Mines Belgium made,














They are nice little rifles,


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And that is some really nice wood to complement a great little rifle

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What a beauty! Thank you for sharing.

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Nice, real nice.

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Mines Belgium made,














They are nice little rifles,


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That's just simply gorgeous 😍
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