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Old 02-11-2012, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default the best heavy barreled .22 on the market you decide

Im leaning towards a the savage mark 2 models TR ETC.

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Old 02-11-2012, 05:32 PM   #2
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Anschutz!!

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I second the vote for the Anschutz and want to put a vote also for Remington 40x

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Anschutz is the standard by which .22 rifles are judged.

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Anschutz are some of the best 22 rifles bar none. a lot of the biathalon skiers use them in competition. very well made, accurate and expensive!

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Biathlon athletes use Fortner action it is a strait pull very cool pull open slap shut and fire the only manufactured rifle close to this is the Browning t bolt also a cool rifle that wood be a cool rifle for rimfire sporter competition. well I kind of got off topic sorry I shoot three position and 75 to 85 percent of the rifles are Anschutz and the rest wish there's were I know I shoot a 40x very good rifle but still want a 2013 action Anschutz rifle but thats about 3000.00 plus

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What about the Volquartsen?

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Cz 453 is my favorite 22

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Why would the 10/22 be humiliated by an Anschutz? $850 bolt gun VS a $250 semi-Auto........

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Why would the 10/22 be humiliated by an Anschutz? $850 bolt gun VS a $250 semi-Auto........
I had a 10/22 with a spiraled bull,im just not a fan of rotary mags I bought 3 of them and kept giving me issues its had to beat a good bolt action.
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