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Old 11-30-2011, 07:04 AM   #1
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Hey forum, I recently acquired a revolver chambered in .22 WMR and long story short the revolver was junk so I sold it and now have 500 ish rounds of .22 WMR (I like to stock up ) and a few extra dollars I'd like to invest in a not so junky rifle that is chambered for that round. I'm looking for suggestions on an affordable purchase option or even ridiculously expensive rifles too, it's always good to know what's out there regardless of price.
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Old 11-30-2011, 09:11 AM   #2
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Check out a CZ: CZ-USA -> CZ 455 American
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Henry Golden Boy. An acquaintance is very pleased with his. (+American made)
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Marlin XT22 is available in 3 version in .22 mag
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My .22 WMR rifle is a Ruger 10/22 Magnum. It has a 20" GM heavy barrel, Kidd trigger in a Hogue stock. It shoots almost as well as my similarly modified 10/22 in .22 LR. Nice if you can find one. They are now out of production.
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I have a Ruger 77/22 magnum bolt action. It's the All Weather stainless model with laminate stock. Mine is an older one with changable barrels like the 10/22 models. The newer ones have a screwed on barrel.
There's Rossi(either as a single rifle or as combination kit)
Marlin, Henry, H&R, Savage, Remington, Weatherby, Winchester, Browning, Mossberg, Stevens(owned by Savage), Sako and I'm sure some that are older and not in production anymore. Just be sure you can get parts for one if purchased.
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Here is one that's ridiculously expensive, but they're not being made any more and the value increases every day. BRNO is the predecessor to CZ and they stopped production in 2005. Some say it's the best .22WMR ever made, all steel, always nice wood, and extremely accurate. Plus they're cool little breakdowns.

The magazines are becoming very scarce and can command $150 and up, if you can even find them. This one comes with TWO mags, which is a real plus.

BRNO Arms Model ZKM 611 22 Magnum Semi Auto Rifle : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com
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For $1250 I will have to pass.
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Here is the rifle I have: Marlin Model 982VS. Its not the most expensive date and not the least expensive, but its a solid performer that is very accurate and looks good to boot!

BTW - If you can't find a rifle I can take al that .22WMR off your hands so you have more space in the gun safe.
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Browning-CZ-Exel Arms-Henry-Marlin-Remington-Ruger-Savage-and a few others all make rifles in 22WMR.
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