You are considering a vintage Browning Semi-Auto 22 Grade I Takedown Rifle. This rifle was made in Japan by Miroku in 1979. It is chambered in .22 L.R. and holds 10 rounds of ammunition inside its internally stored tube magazine. It’s loaded with a turn of a key inside the buttplate, releasing the magazine assembly and allowing rounds to be inserted into the contoured feed hole in the right cheek of the stock. The barrel measures 19.5″ and features a rear adjustable folding sight and a gold bead front sight, and is factory drilled and tapped for a scope. The wood stock and forend feature a glossy finish with hand-checkering, and the blued receiver features laser-cut engraving.
The condition of this rifle is VG to Excellent; the metalwork is above 90%, showing minor oxidation freckling and typical wear on the high points. The woodwork is above 80%, showing minor wear marks, draglines, and other typical blemishes. The bore is bright and shiny, with sharp rifling and a hint of minor surface pitting. This is a fun little rifle, weighing in at around 5.5lbs while boasting a full-size stock with 13.75 LOP. Sure to guarantee many fun trips to the range or backyard.
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