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I couldn't find a "regular rifle room" in the FN Forum. So, if this needs to be moved, go right ahead. :)

My wife surprised me (totally!) with this beauty! It's a Browning BL-22 (grade 2) with a Maple stock. It's gorgeous!

I've been wanting a lever action. Wifey did her homework!





She even got me a brick of ammo!














I've got several really COOL guns (mostly FNHs). But, this is my first PRETTY gun. I'm totally digging the Maple stock!
 

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She's a beauty. Congrats and Merry Christmas!
 

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Congrats! She's a keeper! (wifey too! )
 

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She's a beaut, eh?
 

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Gorgeous gun man! I really dig that Maple stock.
 

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Browning's fit and finish has always been top shelf for production firearms. I love blued steel and wood.
 

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Congratulations.

Don't let any small children handle it... when I was probably 9 or so, I had my brother's BLR 22 (grade 2 as well) in a leather sheath and was to put it in the truck. The window was rolled down, and I was just big enough to see in, so I raised the end up high to put it in the truck through the window and out slid the rifle onto the graveled road. It looked like a car after a hail storm. I didn't say a word hoping no one would notice. Trust me, I still hear about it to this day.
 
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Nicely done. Love the grain of that maple stock.
 

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Sorry to say it here on FNF, but there's just something wonderfully timeless about a nice gun made out of steel and wood. I must still be living in the 19th century.
 

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Nice!!!
 

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Sorry to say it here on FNF, but there's just something wonderfully timeless about a nice gun made out of steel and wood. I must still be living in the 19th century.
I don't think FN minds anyone complementing a Browning rifle.
 
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