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Old 01-05-2012, 06:22 AM   #1
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Okay. I have a 12 ga, a 9mm, .357, and a .45. what do you think I should get next. Rifle and handgun suggestions. I live in IL so I am limited to certain (lame) laws. Oh and my budget is around 900-1000.00

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Old 01-05-2012, 06:52 AM   #2
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Agreed... then you can use the remaining $900 on ammo and targets.
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I'm looking into building an ak, there's a lot of data on it online
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What?! You don't have a .22? Everyone needs a .22 for plinking. And with the rest of the money you have budgeted, you could build yourself an AR-15.
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What?! You don't have a .22? Everyone needs a .22 for plinking. And with the rest of the money you have budgeted, you could build yourself an AR-15.
Agree, a .22 target pistol and a .22 rifle are a great way to practice and plink on the cheap.
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A 22 was what I was thinking. But what brand? I know a lot of ppl always say that to me. Lol. Everything I went to look I always got something bigger. And how much does it cost to build an ak or ar. That would be cool as hell.
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The Ford vs Chevy principle applies here.

Ruger 10/22 or Marlin 60/795

Ruger Mark III or Browning Buck Mark
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Ruger Mark II Target would give you the best bang for your buck. But if you are looking for some serious quality in a target 22, there is the S&W Model 41 and also some of the old High Standard models.

If you want a target 22 rifle, there is the CZ 452/453, various Savage models, Browning T-Bolt, Ruger auto and bolt versions, etc.
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If I were in your position and doing my gun collection over again, I would go with a .22. Specifically a S&W M&P 15-22, a CZ 452/Savage BV bolt action .22 and put the rest in ammo.

Or if not interested in a bolt action rifle, pick up a .22 pistol in something comperable to what you are shooting in centerfire.

I own 2 of the 3 guns that I am recommending. I have a lot more .22s but these are the two that seem to go to the range everytime.
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