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Posted: 4/16/2003 2:04:15 PM EST
i have a marlin papoose and have been pleased with it. i dumped my blued 10/22 not too long ago, and have the high cap mags lying around. perhaps what would be best is a stainless 10/22 takedown which would also allow me to use high cap mags. i'm not a huge follower of the 10/22 market. anyone know of anything which might work for me? either ots or heavily modified.

essentially, i want a lightweight, rifle which can fit in a pack. stainless is preferred. high caps would be nice for versatility.


Link Posted: 4/16/2003 3:43:05 PM EST
Taurus model 62 carbine. Stainless takedown 22lr. It holds 13 rounds, you can shoot and shoot...
Only thing is, its a pump action rather than a semi. Takes down with one thumb screw.
You can get an optional flip up tang sight or put a scout scope on it.
I've got one in 22 WMR, everyone who shoots it get a big smile on thier face. One of my favorite rifles...
I don't think you'll be dissapointed with it.
Link Posted: 4/17/2003 6:43:12 AM EST
16" barrel and folding stock for a 10/22? How short do you want it? I'm not familiar with the Papoose. Maybe an AR-7 Survival Rifle?

That's all I can think of.
Link Posted: 4/17/2003 6:04:32 PM EST
I think this is what you might be looking for.

Link Posted: 4/18/2003 11:06:21 PM EST
Link Posted: 4/23/2003 10:50:02 PM EST
The Papoose is a nice light 22lr. Takes down into a 5x14" or so case. Weighs in at 4# or so with the case. They are sweet little guns. It's the same action as the 795, just with a removable barrel.

There are some marlin 15 round 22lr magazines out there.
Link Posted: 4/25/2003 4:06:14 PM EST
In regards to the 15 rd mags for the papoose, are these metal or plastic? Any idea where one could be found?

Rebel 13
Link Posted: 4/29/2003 10:26:14 AM EST
How about the Springfield M Scout?
22 (or .22 Hornet) over a .410.
break action

Link Posted: 5/5/2003 8:42:17 PM EST
I was uanble to find any Marlin factory 15 or 25 round mags for my Papoose. But both have been made.

I did buy several 10 round mags for about 8.0 each. I dont know why they only ship with a 7-round mag.

The Papoose is a great rifle, but you have to torque the barrel nut the same every time or the windage is off.
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