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Old 01-25-2011, 04:11 PM   #1
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are there any good .22's under 175 that are good and reliable. i just picked up a xd45 and that one gets expensive fast. so im thinking im going to pick up a 22. how ever i dont want to spend over 200 with paperwork for a 22. can anyone recomend a nice 22 for what im looking to spend? i will eventually scope it and what not but a basic 22 i can tinker with and throw a nice set scope on it would be awsome for plinking some cans and targets and what ever me and my buddies are shooting that day. thanks a bunch i will be looking forward to replies.
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Old 01-25-2011, 04:27 PM   #2
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16099 - Mossberg 702 Plinkster Rifle .22 Long Rifle 18" Barrel 10 Rounds Black Synthetic Stock Blued Finish

I do not own this rifle and do not know anyone with it, but i do like mossberg products.
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im going to see what some others have to say but looks like a decent little 22
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Marlin 795 is accurate and reliable and can be found for around $125ish most places.
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Mossberg also make a nice little bolt action 22lr in that same price range. I use a Konus 2.5x32 shotgun scope on my 10-22s. It has a diamond reticle for fast target acquisition and runs $45+ shipping at SWFA.
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does marlin make and extended mags? id like to find something i can get like a 20 rnd mag for. i know ruger makes an extended mag but havent seen any other ones available! i would also like a semi auto, no bolt action im not really a fan of them other than for like a 30-06 or hunting rifel along thoes lines!
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Marlin model 60 would be a good choice.
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If you have a Dick's near you, they carry a Savage Mark II package deal. You can also get the gun as a model 64 if you want semi-auto. Comes with a 4x-32 scope and when on sale is $159. $189 is the regular price. Nice wood laminate gun that shoot accurate and doesn't break the bank.
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There are extended mags for the Remingtons.
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I'll have to see what dicks has for sale also Cabelas I would really like a ruler 1022 but little higfor the budget after buying my xd 2 weeks ago
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