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Old 06-07-2012, 02:48 PM   #31
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Ruger 10/22. Grab a couple 25 rnd mags too.
Don't forget to buy a Green Mountain barrel if you want to get anywhere close to the precision that Savage or Marlin can do...
and a Tuffer Buffer...and a VQ hammer & extractor...might as well get a trigger set too...
oh wait, you can put a better 1022 together from Aftermarket Parts than Ruger makes...
why do you think their aftermarket is so huge...the basic rifle is a decent plinker, but if you want Precision...you gotta throw around $500 more in it.
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What exactly is a "boolit"??
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What exactly is a "boolit"??
I think he means 'bullet'.
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but i like to shoot boolits......
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To OP: Just wondering why you would spring for the ammo every time? In our group the rule is; You can shoot anything you want, but you have to bring the ammo you want to shoot. This includes 22's.
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What exactly is a "boolit"??
Sorry, I keep forgetting we've got Yankees & Kalifornian's on here that aren't quite up on Southern Vernacular
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hey now......

I may have been born a yankee but once i visited heaven on earth i'll never go back

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Sorry, I keep forgetting we've got Yankees & Kalifornian's on here that aren't quite up on Southern Vernacular
So I guess a boolit is a bullet dipped in sweet tea.
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If you want to go really cheap try the Savage MKII bolt action rifle.Comes with a funny 10 round banana clip,but you can buy a more flush 5 round clip for 15 bucks.About $130 new.
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If you want to go really cheap try the Savage MKII bolt action rifle.Comes with a funny 10 round banana clip,but you can buy a more flush 5 round clip for 15 bucks.About $130 new.
More flush? Maybe smaller, but not remotely flush. I got a MkII. I shot a 1.5" group with CCI Velocitor at 100 yards off my 'pod & towel with it. It was not expensive, but it cost more than $130. They start at about $200.
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