Looking for inexpensive .22 youth rifle....

Looking for inexpensive .22 youth rifle....

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    Looking for inexpensive .22 youth rifle....

    I want to get a .22 bolt action single shot youth rifle for my nephew. I would like to spend around $100. Any suggestions?


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    Look around for a Remington model 511 in decent shape.

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    How "youth" is he? Would one of the Crickett rifles work? Bud's Gun Shop shows one model for $119.00 delivered.

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    I found a Romanian M69, the same store has a CZ single shot for $100.

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    If your not limiting yourself to bolt action. I bought my son a Rossi Youth Combo. It's single shot, But comes with your choice of .410, 20 ga or 12 ga. shotgun barrel also.
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    +1 on the Rossi. Got my youngest the 22/.410 combo. Fun and was a good starter gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvhoss View Post
    How "youth" is he? Would one of the Crickett rifles work? Bud's Gun Shop shows one model for $119.00 delivered.

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    Another vote for the Rossi Combos. The .22 with a 20g barrel is a good choice, since 20g ammo is cheaper than 410. Light loads are available while recoil mangement is learned, and good hunting loads for later. I've also seen a .22LR/20g/.243 combo - cover all the bases with one gun.
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    +1 on the Marlins I have a .22 and one of their bolt action shotguns both are great guns, no problems and running on 15 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmac58 View Post
    I found a Romanian M69, the same store has a CZ single shot for $100.
    I second the Romain m69!! Aint much to look at but they sure shoot well and are cheap too!! My next choice would be a norinco jw15, a bruno knock off. Its a tack driver and cheap. Neither are single shot but fit the bill of cheap and are great first 22 rifles.
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