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Old 06-16-2014, 05:35 AM   #31
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Bro, who needs Those optics??? Just get a Match Barrel for a 10/22 and the Hawke Rimfire 200 scope!! BDC for out to 200 yds on a 22LR,...


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You have never seen an "any" match or someone shooting in "F class" then? Yeah.... check that rule book again. 3.7 (c) for starters.
I wonder why all those guys shooting in NRA Silhouette Matches are paying match fees to the NRA for? I have yet to see any iron sights being used in those. But maybe those aren't precision enough to be considered competitions....
Maybe you and two other people in US have an F class 22. Lets focus on the topic, 22LR. You can send email to both of your F class 22 buddies. Smallbore matches are shot with a 22 and open sights.

The vast majority of F class rifles are centerfire rifles, not a 22.

The NRA has made rules for any kind of match you can imagine. Some of those matches are held once every 20 years and they have a handful of participants.
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hmmm.........F Class 22? could be the makings of a new class of smallbore shooting!

i like it.
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It must get lonely being a troll.

I'll continue to advise you to go back and read the OP. My recommendation fits the OP's criteria pretty much exactly. Which is why I recommended it. You're the only one here talking about NRA competitions. The OP doesn't seem to care about that.
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So, the OP has only posted here twice. I think we could use some clarification from him on whether or not we're on the right track. I agree, he hasn't mentioned anything about NRA competitions, or any competitions in general. My sense is he just wants a real nice rifle, and to push himself as far as he can go with it. For a grand, (plenty enough, IMHO), I'd still say go with CZ or Savage, and a real nice scope.
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So, the OP has only posted here twice. I think we could use some clarification from him on whether or not we're on the right track. I agree, he hasn't mentioned anything about NRA competitions, or any competitions in general. My sense is he just wants a real nice rifle, and to push himself as far as he can go with it. For a grand, (plenty enough, IMHO), I'd still say go with CZ or Savage, and a real nice scope.

Lol.
You're about right on.
I'm not interested in shooting NRA matches or having a true competition rifle that meets certain rules/criteria.
I simply want a very accurate bolt action .22lr that I can shoot all day at the range and not blow hundreds of dollars on ammo like I would with a bigger precision rifle.
And yes, I would like to mount a scope on it at some point.




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Lol.
You're about right on.
I'm not interested in shooting NRA matches or having a true competition rifle that meets certain rules/criteria.
I simply want a very accurate bolt action .22lr that I can shoot all day at the range and not blow hundreds of dollars on ammo like I would with a bigger precision rifle.
And yes, I would like to mount a scope on it at some point.
Don't you know it doesn't matter what you want for yourself? This is the internet!!!
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hmmm.........F Class 22? could be the makings of a new class of smallbore shooting!

i like it.
Yeah well I guess we're just a bunch of rebels around here. We like to let new folks hang with us and let them shoot whatever they brung with 'em so they can join in the fun and feel welcomed.
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Well I'm glad the OP knows exactly what he wants. Now we can go back to solving the world's Problems! ...
But Seriously,....it's good know you can get some performance out of a round that doesn't Cost( hopefully gets back to normal ) $160 for a 1000 rounds..


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Lol.
You're about right on.
I'm not interested in shooting NRA matches or having a true competition rifle that meets certain rules/criteria.
I simply want a very accurate bolt action .22lr that I can shoot all day at the range and not blow hundreds of dollars on ammo like I would with a bigger precision rifle.
And yes, I would like to mount a scope on it at some point.
See, everybody, that was easy..... So, you want a rifle with iron sights....At least in CZ & Savage, that narrows the choices somewhat, I think.
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