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Old 09-02-2011, 02:50 PM   #11
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I like the marlin also. I fired a buddy bolt action last week at the range and I fell in love I got to get one.

From what I have seen bolt actions are as close to 100% reliable as you can get. Just comes down to how accurate and marlin can holds its own very well.

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Old 09-23-2011, 03:32 AM   #12
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I love my Marlins, but for the bolt action 22LR, I'll have to suggest the CZ 452American. Great shooter and you can't get any better quality.

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Old 09-23-2011, 04:11 AM   #13
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This rifle will shoot better than I can. I can use any ammo and get 0.5 inch groups at 50 yards.

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My pick !!!!!!!!!!!!

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marlin or savage bolt action. inexpensive, accurate, rugged and simple. in a SHTF situation, for the purpose you want one for, perfect.

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For a real shtf small game rifle it would be hard to beat the new Savage bolt with a threaded barrel for a suppressor.
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My pick !!!!!!!!!!!!
The OP was asking about BOLT 22 guns-
Not FLOAT 22 guns
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I'm another kool-aid drinking CZ follower. I have a 452 Ultra Lux that is fantastic for iron-sight shooting, and I would definitely recommend it if you want irons. If iron sights aren't your thing, there is the 452 American, which doesn't have irons at all and is specifically designed for a scope. In the middle is the regular 452 Lux, which lacks the 28.5" barrel of the Ultra Lux, but has iron sights in addition to its scope mount. If you're thinking SHTF, there are two schools of thought I would follow: get the regular Lux, mount a scope, and use the irons if the scope ever breaks, or get the Ultra Lux and learn to use the irons really well - possibly put a tech-sights aperture on there. Even with the stock sights on the Ultra Lux, it's easy to hit shotgun shells at 25 yards with good consistency. I hate shooting paper, so I don't have group sizes to show off...

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I'm another kool-aid drinking CZ follower. I have a 452 Ultra Lux that is fantastic for iron-sight shooting, and I would definitely recommend it if you want irons. If iron sights aren't your thing, there is the 452 American, which doesn't have irons at all and is specifically designed for a scope. In the middle is the regular 452 Lux, which lacks the 28.5" barrel of the Ultra Lux, but has iron sights in addition to its scope mount. If you're thinking SHTF, there are two schools of thought I would follow: get the regular Lux, mount a scope, and use the irons if the scope ever breaks, or get the Ultra Lux and learn to use the irons really well - possibly put a tech-sights aperture on there. Even with the stock sights on the Ultra Lux, it's easy to hit shotgun shells at 25 yards with good consistency. I hate shooting paper, so I don't have group sizes to show off...
the CZ's are very nice guns, but are kinda of pricey! in other words, not cheap. but they are nice looking too. never shot one, but looked at a couple at the gun store, very nice, well made gun.
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I have a 1942 Remington 512 that my Dad gave to me when I was 10 y.o. as my first gun. It's awesomely accurate even at 69 y.o. If you can find one of them in a pawn shop or Garage Sale, they go for $150-$200 if they are in really good shape.

My old eyes needed some help, so I mounted a modern scope on it a couple of years ago and have been very happy with the way it shoots with the scope. I can easily get nickle sized groups at 50 yards with Fed. 550 Bulk Box ammo.

These guns are all steel and very rugged.

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