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    Martini 22 SMRC

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    Took the day off from work and went poking around some gunshops. Found a martini that was too good to pass up. It began life in 1893 as a, I.C. 1 carbine. Later, it was converted for use by the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs. Now in 22 rimfire. Rifle is beautifully finished. Heading to the range with it on saturday. Hope it shoots as good as it looks.
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    The Martini is always a ton of fun. I have a Cadet conversion in .222R that shoots like stink . You can learn a lot mucking around with these old guns.

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    I converted one to 218 Bee years ago. used a very heavy bull barrel

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