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Old 04-06-2011, 11:26 PM   #1
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Default Best bolt action .22

I have a 10/22 & a springfield 187r & a winchester wildcat. The wildcat is less than accurate compared to the two autoloaders. Can anyone suggest a reasonably priced, acurate bolt action?
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:11 AM   #2
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I personally am partial to the Savages. Good accuracy and well priced.

That being said, CZ makes a beautiful bolt action gun but is a bit more money and probably no more accurate than a Savage.
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Remington 541 is a nice gun.... used prices are not bad $400-450
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Heavy barreled Savage 93. With the right ammo, will make 5 shot one hole groups at 50 yards.
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My son is very fond of his CZ 452 Scout, and if the full size 452/455s are as good as this little carbine, I'll definately look into getting one soon. The 455 can switch from 22 to .17 with a simple barrel change.
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My Savage Mark II shots dime size groups at 50 yrds.....using Wolf ammo
Can't beat a Savage for accuracy...
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I had a Savage 93-17. It was a real tack driver, and was far more accurate than I could see. I couldn't even make out the target in the scope, and it would still put round after round in a tight group.

I'll regret giving up that rifle one day.
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I purchased a CZ453 (set trigger and standard) late last year and it is the most accurate 22lr I have shot. Tight groups, reliable and repeatable results. My first CZ and I am very impressed.
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+10 for the savage,, I picked up a .17 and love it super acurate and really fun to shoot
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