An old Sears re-branded .22 magnum. It appears to be a re-branded Marlin 980DL. I have a bunch of history on the J.C. Higgins branding in the video, but skip to a couple minutes in if you don't care too much.
This is just me, shooting my Marlin 795. Those steel targets are 50 yards out, and I went for semi-rapid fire, with some fast rapid fire at the end. The more that I shoot like this, the more I realize that the stock sights aren't great. But at the end of the day, I don't care. The 795 is still my favorite gun in the cabinet!
Ugh, so many technical difficulties after upgrading to Vegas 13, but I got this rendered properly, and I ironed everything out! It was a breeze to render on my new FX-8350 rig. Those 8 threads go a long way!
Showing off a little muzzle flash from my Marlin 795. it's not much, as .22's don't have much powder to burn, but at dusk, it's certainly noticeable. I would say it's less of a "flash" and more of a "streak". This may or may not have to do with the priming compound in the rim (rimfire), rather than the powder, or any other effect in itself. Still kind of interesting to watch the little streaks from such a small caliber on film. Enjoy!