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Old 01-02-2014, 07:41 PM   #1
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Most reliable and accurate 22 pump action rifle... I don't want to spend a lot of money but something that's just fun to shot and isn't gonna jam. Any suggestions are fine with me

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Old 01-02-2014, 07:47 PM   #2
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I have a Remington 572 fieldmaster. I don't know that it is the most accurate or reliable pump .22 on the market but It is a lot of fun to shoot.

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Changed my mind. Accuracy is not a huge concern your probably not gonna find many tack drivers

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The 572 is plenty accurate, don't get me wrong. I use it for plinking mostly. I have no problem hitting beer cans at 100 yards. If you put it on a bench and shot paper you would probably find it's not as "accurate" as others. But I guess it depends what you want to do with it.

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I LOVE my Henry .22LR Pump! I have lots of Henry rifles and I guess my favorite is my Henry Golden Boy .22LR, but as far as a pump rifle goes...the Henry will be hard to beat! Very accurate and well made...and every bit made in America! As you will see whenever someone posts about Henry, the best customer service going! The CEO is very personable and will answer your correspondence himself! He is terrific! GREAT COMPANY! The pump reminds me of the arcade game pump rifles at the old time fairs I used to go to as a kid. Fun, fun, and more fun!

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I don't know what they go for used, since they don't make them new any longer, but I've found the Browning BPR to be quite nice.

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I've got a Rossi 62 I really like. Its pretty much a copy of the Winchester 62. The don't make them any more but I see them gunbroker for around $350. Its a take down model and for those interested in such things, the action doesn't have an interrupter so you can hold the trigger back it will fire as fast as you pump the action.

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I've got a Rossi 62 I really like. Its pretty much a copy of the Winchester 62. The don't make them any more but I see them gunbroker for around $350. Its a take down model and for those interested in such things, the action doesn't have an interrupter so you can hold the trigger back it will fire as fast as you pump the action.

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Sweet! Just what I was looking for. Thank you
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Sweet! Just what I was looking for. Thank you
Your welcome. They were made with round or octagon barrels with the round usually selling for a little less. Fun gun.
Also after Taurus bought Rossi they made the same gun for a while as the Taurus model 62.


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I screwed up a few shows ago and let a .22 mag Browning pump slip by

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