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brianramirez 06-19-2013 12:35 AM

h&k 416 .22lr
 
I'm looking to buy my first rifle n I've been doing some research about the gun and so far the only thing I found is that its hard to clean cause u can fully disassemble the gun cause it'll void warranty

Any people have the gun can u give me your personal experience n any recommendation on other rifles

308Wins 06-19-2013 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by brianramirez
I'm looking to buy my first rifle n I've been doing some research about the gun and so far the only thing I found is that its hard to clean cause u can fully disassemble the gun cause it'll void warranty

Any people have the gun can u give me your personal experience n any recommendation on other rifles

For other rifles, I'd say a Ruger 10/22
Easy to take apart, easy to use. Don't need to pay more than $250 for it either, and lots of aftermarket parts are made for it

sharkcoasttactical 06-19-2013 06:30 PM

416D is arguable the best ar type 22 on the market. Automatic match grade barrel. Good prices right now on them. Mags are sometimes hard to get. It likes the better ammo out there. The 10/22 family, especially the ones in the Tapco stock with a 25rd mag, are worth a look at. You can also add the bull barrel to it. Maybe start with a 10/22 and do some mods on it. It does not really break down easy. Taking the receiver apart is a pain in the butt. Also, if you dont own a 10/22 now, you will probably own one eventually. Heres a pick of one of the tricked out models we offer at Shark Coast
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308Wins 06-19-2013 08:16 PM

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Originally Posted by sharkcoasttactical
416D is arguable the best ar type 22 on the market. Automatic match grade barrel. Good prices right now on them. Mags are sometimes hard to get. It likes the better ammo out there. The 10/22 family, especially the ones in the Tapco stock with a 25rd mag, are worth a look at. You can also add the bull barrel to it. Maybe start with a 10/22 and do some mods on it. It does not really break down easy. Taking the receiver apart is a pain in the butt. Also, if you dont own a 10/22 now, you will probably own one eventually. Heres a pick of one of the tricked out models we offer at Shark Coast

I keep mine clean, no problem getting it apart

brianramirez 06-20-2013 12:20 AM

Now to find the rifle haha i looked at all my gunshops today nobody has it sigh

308Wins 06-20-2013 12:47 AM

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Originally Posted by brianramirez
Now to find the rifle haha i looked at all my gunshops today nobody has it sigh

Enjoy your search. Also, research popular .22 rifles, and check out what else you might like. You might see one of those as another option if you can't find your AR style .22

brianramirez 06-23-2013 09:22 AM

I decided to buy the m&p 15 -22 because my lgs threw in a mag and discounted a suppressor and let me buy 10 boxes of .45acp woooh

308Wins 06-24-2013 12:00 AM

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Originally Posted by brianramirez
I decided to buy the m&p 15 -22 because my lgs threw in a mag and discounted a suppressor and let me buy 10 boxes of .45acp woooh

Sounds like a score on the ammo, for sure. I've got a 10/22 myself. I hear the 15-22 is just as great, but I like to have lots of magazines =)


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