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Old 04-15-2011, 01:51 PM   #21
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I was in the same dilemma and finally went with the Colt/Walther. It was very tempting to go with the CMMG or other .22 upper then swap on my lower but in the end I liked the idea of two rifles. So for me I had to choose between the Colt and S&W. I have to say I like that the .22lr rollmark says Colt and M4, plus it has the heft of the M4. I've had no reliability problems with it since I quit using Remington Golden Bullet so I'm happy.

Lots of good choices though.

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Old 04-15-2011, 01:57 PM   #22
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Why not buy a dedicated rifle?

Try these guys:

CDNN Sports, Inc.


CALL 800-588-9500 TO ORDER

OFFERS EXPIRES MONDAY APRIL 18th @ 6pm CST



Colt M16 22lr 21" Barrel Quad Rail Hand Guard Fixed A2 Style Stock 1-25rd Mag
Flip Sights Bird Cage

FREE Target Sports 30mm Red Dot #TAR93

#COL2245056 $369.99

You'll spend that much on the 22lr upper!

My daughter has the M4 OPS and WE love it. (Well maybe everything but the pink Ergo grip!)

This shoots better than me!



It eats anything we feed it and you can shoot all day for $15. And its all metal.


Just saw Cane's post in another thread and quoting it here just in case...
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