Old Military 22 trainers


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I have two old military training rifles that were used to train our troops during WW II. One is a M1922 M2 trainer (rebuilt in 1942) and the other is a Remington 513T (built in June 1943). These rifles are very accurate especially the M2. They are a blast to shoot and since they shoot 22 ammo, you can shoot them all day for just a few dollars.

The M2 - http://i1126.photobucket.com/albums/l614/b52_driver/_DSC0010-2.jpg

The 513T - http://i1126.photobucket.com/albums/l614/b52_driver/DSC_0002-2.jpg
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Sgt. Rock

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Few years before my Dad died in 2010 I was over at his house and he pulled out this old military looking rifle from his closet. He said it was his Dad's and wanted me to have it. He said it was a Army trainer Winchester .22 but wasn't sure how old it was. But my grandfather was a WWI vet. It has a clip for six rounds and the sights have numerous adjustments. Can't find a date but simply a serial number 14716. Sling looks original too..little dirty but still an interesting piece.


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