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Old 01-30-2012, 10:05 AM   #1
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I know it's been talked about too much & after some researching I know some good ones to stick with, but what do you all have to say about just the ones on this link?

I don't want to spend alot because I don't even hunt anymore, But I have an old rem 22 that is beat and I don't like not having a nice 22lr rifle on hand.It just feels good having one even tho I may not use it much.

http://www.impactguns.com/category.aspx?zcid=243&Caliber=22+Long+Rifle
That's the page I'd shop from. First page cheapest!

Skip the single shots ofcourse. I kinda like the bolt actions. I want to stay cheap but good.

I know a Ruger 10/22 is always liked so I do have that on the list.

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Old 01-30-2012, 12:17 PM   #2
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It's hard to beat a 10/22, especially when Wally World sells them for just over $200, which is what I did.
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I am a big fan of Marlin rimfire rifles. Their micro groove rifling is awesome. They offer great semi-auto and bolt action designs. They are tough to beat for out of the box accuracy at their price point.
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if just wanting a decent inexpensive, accurate 22lr, check out the marlins. bolt action or semi-auto. i have an older M60, that still shoots great. the marlins are one of the best bargains out there for a 22lr. many different choices.
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I have several 22lr rifles so the only one there that really interests me is the Savage FV-SR since it is set up for a suppressor. The Savage plastic rimfire stocks dont work very well with a scope as they have too much drop. Easy to pad or replace though. The Ruger stocks are not that great for scopes either. I like a solid repeatable cheek weld and my Ruger is padded. If you run into one of the CZ 452, 453 or 455 rifles, take a serious look at them.
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Well, since some of their prices are high, and some low...
I'd say this one is the best deal.
http://www.impactguns.com/marlin-22lr-auto-tube-14-rd-syn-026495074982.aspx

Followed by this one...
http://www.impactguns.com/marlin-papoose-22-lr-take-down-rifle-70pss-026495077204.aspx
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Love my marlin model 60!! Never fails !
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God, I love those beat-up old Remington 5-teens.
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God, I love those beat-up old Remington 5-teens.
My old Remington is from sometime back in the 80's. It's a cheap plastic stock job that has had a beating sence then.I can't even remember what model it is & it's not stamped.The thing still shoots everytime but a bolt that goes thru the stock to the barrel is broke off & the brarrel rotates side to side about 1/8 inch or more.Beleive it or not it still seemed like a good shooter last time I shot it.It was only about 30yds though.
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