Den19041977: что то парнишка тяжело дышыт, толстый видимо
ddgg00: it's in nice shape for how old it is. do you know what model that is?
hk4634: tat front sight post would wreck my head still nice tac driver
2003adearmas: The production year is right there to the right of the caliber spec. I
can't tell for sure from the video, but is a mid 70's. I have a 1994
production year and it groups half inch at about that distance with a
scope. It's my favorite rifle by far. New models go for about $1000. Got it
used in perfect condition for just $160 at a gun shop. Seems like previous
owner and customers did not know what was hanging there forgotten on the
display wall. It's by far the best .22 rifle I ever owned.
Victor Gonzalez: that spinner seems to be for an air rifle
Jommpa11: i have got an Anschutz 22.lr =D
RLtW88: I got a 1415L for my 14th birthday 10 years ago, great rifle, very accurate
little rifle. Definitely heirloom stuff.
dartyunnah: my dads, got giving a model 1 22. cal, that the Czechoslovakian, cadets,
its about 64 years old, hes shoot close to 500 thousand rabits / foxes,
since back in his time, fox shooting was allowed, and they would send the
skins off to the cities, to make the coats
Rick Miller: I luv my anshutz....
Braden Higgins: i got a model 520 its pretty sweet but i can find nothing about it online
NoCar LikeMopar: when you can shoot a 1 x2 inch square at 200 meters with a 22 rifle and put
20 out of 20 in it then you can say you are learning to shoot
Rick Miller: work with that bad boy a bit more and you can tighten that circle to about
an inch or less.
Joseph Tay: I must be real old because that gun doesn't look that old to me
Jake Bry: sweet video man, i got a video on my channel of my dads 45 year old marlin
model 99-m1. still shoots like a dream!
pmartinjob: If you have a 4x scope, shooting 3x standard LR target distance, you should
have no problem lighting up the center of a target that big.
BzerkIdeas: Near as I can tell from this vid. what you have there is a Savage Anschutz
model 184 sporter... I have the same gun.. 1973 using walmart bulk ammo...
I shoot 3/4" inch groups at 50 yards with an occasional flyer. with match
ammo its 1/2".. most in the same hole....you kept talking about how 'old'
this gun is.. quality, like these guns lasts! You own the best brand of .22
rifle in the world.. dont make excuses.. be proud!