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    Sears Bolt Action 22

    A friend of mine told me recently that he had an old 22 rifle he wanted to sell. Turned out to be a Sears model 43-103-18911 bolt action with a tube magazine and a Weaver 4 x 20 mm scope on it. Rifle was dusty but otherwise in very good shape. I removed it from the stock and cleaned it up good, put it back together and shot it. Old rifle will drive tacks at 40 yards. Not a bad deal for $45.00.
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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    Not a bad deal at all.
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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    Lets see a pic. I recently bought a tube fed .22 bolt action(81-DL). Just wondering if you have the store brand of the same one I have.
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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    I have a problem posting pics on this website. Sorry. Too many pixels and I don't know how to adjust my camera. Didn't Marlin make the rifles for Sears ? aka Glenfield and this 22 I have.
    An old saying is "An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth." I believe in a head for an eye and a hand for a tooth. Keeps folks away from my eyes and teeth.

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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    I have the
    Quote Originally Posted by kynardsj
    I have a problem posting pics on this website. Sorry. Too many pixels and I don't know how to adjust my camera. Didn't Marlin make the rifles for Sears ? aka Glenfield and this 22 I have.
    I have the same problem. the solution I have found is stand a little farther away, and crop the image down until you have the proper amount of pixels.
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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    You can also use photoshop to change the image size. Change the width in pixels down to 600 or so and have the dimensions constained box checked. This will take a 14 mb file down to 700kb.

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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    The Sears rifle you have is made by Marlin as a Model 81.

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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    Hey kynardsj
    Here's mine. Does yours look like this?
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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    Looks just like it Cody without the little Weaver scope. I tried six times to post a picture but the smallest I could get it to was 578 kb. Thanks for the pic.
    An old saying is "An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth." I believe in a head for an eye and a hand for a tooth. Keeps folks away from my eyes and teeth.

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    Re: Sears Bolt Action 22

    Hello cody77 Your 81DL has the early style bolt, so it was probably made between 194148 or so. Seems like the majority of the ones I see from this period are DLs, and most of the true DLs are from this period. I assume it does not have a bullseye in the stock. GoodLuck - RounderRick


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