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Old 08-02-2011, 10:48 PM   #1
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Well I am turning 18 soon, and one of the things I want to get is a rifle of my own. I am a pretty big fan of all forms of firearm, but when it comes to rifles nothing beats a bolt action rifle to mean. What would you recommend as a good first .22 bolt action for under about $300?

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Old 08-02-2011, 11:20 PM   #2
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see if theres a pawn shop near you that sells guns. they will probably have what your looking for.

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marlin 925, in my opinion best overall 22 under 250.


Theres a pic of one

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marlin 925, in my opinion best overall 22 under 250.


Theres a pic of one
i own one. given to me 11 years ago... i will never trade/sell it.. i can hit a dime at 50 yards.... buy one. and you will be happy..i have aprox. 10,k rounds thru mine.
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i own one. given to me 11 years ago... i will never trade/sell it.. i can hit a dime at 50 yards.... buy one. and you will be happy..i have aprox. 10,k rounds thru mine.
ACtually that looks pretty much perfect for what I was looking for. I think that decision was pretty easy. Its just a matter of paperwork, and convinving my mother that I should be able to get it xD
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I actually have the 927 model. its like the 925 but it has a nicer checkered walnut stock, ill post pics if u guys want

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I actually have the 927 model. its like the 925 but it has a nicer checkered walnut stock, ill post pics if u guys want
i welcome it
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Well I am turning 18 soon, and one of the things I want to get is a rifle of my own. I am a pretty big fan of all forms of firearm, but when it comes to rifles nothing beats a bolt action rifle to mean. What would you recommend as a good first .22 bolt action for under about $300?
I'd look for a CZ-452.
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I'd look for a CZ-452.
The CZ 452 is Really a nice Rifle.
I bought the Style ($400) model #02020 this past June and I can't praise it enough.
It's very well made and has an after-maket community.

The 452 line was dis-continued but there are some left.
Whitker's in Kentucky has the cheapest prices around the Web.
CZ 513 BASIC cal. 22 LR for $257.00 Non-adjustable Trigger
CZ 452 Special Military Training rifle cal. 22 LR for $314.00

Anyhow... Welcome and good luck with whatever gun you go with.
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