Suggestions for a .22

Carpe Diem
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Re: Suggestions for a .22

Postby Carpe Diem » Sat May 16, 2015 11:39 am

The ruger 10/22s generally need a bit of work or you can swap bits out to make a really good target 22lr with bits from Kidd. Kidds are probably the best semi you can find out there.

If you want cheaper option than this just buy a CZ or BRNO I've a 527 American and it shoots real well, and my best option as I can't get a lh anshutz 54 action unless I shell out multi k's for a anshutz fortner action 54.
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Re: Suggestions for a .22

Postby hunter308 » Tue May 19, 2015 10:04 pm

willie my marlin model 60 is up for sale you are more than welcome to try it out before you buy to see if you like it or not
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Re: Suggestions for a .22

Postby gadgetman » Sat May 23, 2015 4:26 pm

hunter308 wrote:willie my marlin model 60 is up for sale you are more than welcome to try it out before you buy to see if you like it or not


That is a superb deal there for such a good setup. If you are still in the market I'd recommend this one Willie.
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Re: Suggestions for a .22

Postby Survival_Outfitt » Tue Mar 29, 2016 6:33 pm

So much hate on the 10/22! I'll be the contrarian here and say i love it. I slaughtered hundreds of bunnies with it. had a 3-9 ranger on it and i pulled off some long shots. Probably put several thousand through the barrel. Got a few stoppages after the 300 round mark without being cleaned, but that was from the amount of crap coming out of the ammo. Its a bit of a bitch to pull apart and clean, notably the spring....but I'd definitely buy one again.

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Re: Suggestions for a .22

Postby Carpe Diem » Tue Mar 29, 2016 10:03 pm

Brads wrote:And then add the extra cleaning that a .22 never needs so yeah na


So that's where Dundee got the advice to.... never, ever, bloody ever to clean his rifle from then...
I knew it!!!
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Re: Suggestions for a .22

Postby pengy » Wed Mar 30, 2016 10:20 am

@Carp Diem.
All that is required to secure n invite from those two jokers is the promise of copious quantities of beer :D
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