Hi Nipper- I bought those printer cartridges from you- about the .22- I have a Ruger Model 77 with a 4x scope and it is fun and accurate. You did not say if you wanted bolt, pump, semi,/ high end or cheap . Also have a old 552 BDL which is a great shooter but a pain to clean thje action.
My basic CZ-452 training rifle has been a much better quality rifle than any of my Ruger's, Savage's or Marlin's (although I have not yet owned a M-39). CZ does not get the respect that it deserves---it is the best kept secret in rimfires with being a custom/real expensive gun.
For an off the shelf semi-auto, get the 10-22T, not the plain 10-22. The 10-22T is the target model, and is considerably more accurate.<br>
Can't go wrong with a Marlin 39. I have one from the 1930's that's still going strong.<br>
For bolt the CZ-452 or Savage with Accu-Trigger are the better choices.
I too have a Winchester model 63 that was given to me by my father in 1959 or so. Someone is making a copy of them today, but I can't remember who. I'm sure not quite as good as the originals but probably pretty nice. I also had a Ruger 10/22 which was nice but not near the gun the Win 63 is. Kind of like comparing a Model 12 with an 870. Both good but one (winchester) uses all forged steel parts.
I'd vote for the Marlin 39, used ones are normally just dirty and with a good cleaning are good shooters. I prefer the older ones with plain, uncheckered walnut stocks to the newer ones with wierd checkering patterns. For autos, the 10-22 is good but hard on scopes unless you spend a few bucks for a really good one. I guess that bolt slamming back and forth loosens the cheaper one's internals. My all time favorite: Savage Anschutz model 141. Great trigger, superb accuracy, and not too bad looking. Might be one out there. CZ my neighbor has shoots almost right along with it and a 77-22 I had was close.