Im on a .22LR rifle thing right now....

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    Im on a .22LR rifle thing right now....

    Had a few already and bought the Marlin 60. I think next up is a Remington 597 or Ruger 10/22.

    I see my local gunshop guy has a nylon too Hmmmmm
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    Have you seen the new Sig 522? MSRP is 539.00 I bet you could find it around 450.00 or less.
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    Don't get any old Mossbergs......they are addicting

    I started with a 46Mb, then found a 51Ma that I had to have.....then the other day I walked out of my local shop with a 152. Along with the old Remington 5-teens I have I will soon have to find a safe stretcher to make them all fit.

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    I prefer the 10/22, there is so much more you can do with one. If you want a really nice 22 that is priced reasonable for what it is, look at a T/C classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    Have you seen the new Sig 522? MSRP is 539.00 I bet you could find it around 450.00 or less.
    My brother in law just bought the Keltec SU22. Its nice and all but I just am not a $400 .22 guy.

    I think in the $200-$250 range is where I wanna be. Then add the scope. I dont need to make EBR 's out of em. However, a 10/22 with the Tapco thing looks pretty freakin cool.

    My local guy I buy alot of guns from has a Remington in his shop right now in Camo. He's just asking a bit too much for it IMO. He wants $200 and Im just not sure the Remy is worth that used.
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    +1 for the 10/22. It has a ton of aftermarket goodies and is a great price too.
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    10/22 is a must have (although I don't have one at the moment). Another one I'm glad I do have is the henry survival rifle.
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    A 10/22 target model will keep you busy for a very long time if you're so inclined. It will also keep a smile on your face most of the time as well. I figure it's the easiest and most widely user modified 22 rimfire rifle in the world and for good reasons.

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    I have 20 .22 rifles; I think I'm hooked. They can be as addictive as 1911's - Run! Run!
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftyjuan View Post
    I have 20 .22 rifles; I think I'm hooked. They can be as addictive as 1911's - Run! Run!
    Yes they are. I dont know how many I have... around a dozen I suppose.

    Marlin makes a good product for the money, and the 10/22 can be made into a tack driving machine, but I'm still a huge fan of the T/C classic.
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    +1 for 10/22. You might find your other .22 rifles collecting dust after you get one though, so be warned...
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    If you're going to own more than one 22 rifle, give some consideration to a CZ 452/453. Great bolt action rifles. :)

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    The Nylon 66 rifles are pretty collectible these days.
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    Those 10/22 are realy the one to have if you can only buy one. They are a work horse and will pretty much eat anything in my experience.
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