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Old 10-28-2010, 09:57 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a .22 rifle. Something similar to the styling of the Beretta CX4. Anyone know of a rifle like this thats available out there?

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Old 10-28-2010, 11:11 PM   #2
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if you mean a clip inside the pistol grip - no

but there are
S&W M&P15-22
sig 522
and ruger has some interesting ones

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Buy a Ruger 10/22 standard model, nuthin fancy, then buy a conversion kit to make look like anything you want. The rifle will probably be about $150-$250 then a conversion kit will be anywhere from $60 to $800.

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These aren't grip feeders but interesting Bull pup designs in 22 to retro a Remington 597 and a Mossberg 702 Plinkster.
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RimfireCentral.com

has a tactical section of their 10/22 forum.

Im sure you will find something you like.

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The 10/22 looks like a good way to go. I can't believe how much after-market there is out there for it!

If anyone has any other "tactial" .22 suggestions, let me know.

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GSG makes a few tatical 22 rifles and they run between $450.00 and $550.00.
Keltec has a Bullpup design as well as S&W and Sig. The 10/22 is a good deal and there is one available with a tactical stock as well as other dealer exclusive ones. You could also just buy the 10/22 sporter or carbine and get some hi-capacity aftermarket mags for it. You can get them in 25, 30,40, 50, as well as 75 round drums !

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GSG definitely has some cool .22s, I've got the GSG-5 which is an MP5 clone in .22 and it is loads of fun and like $400. It is a solid gun, pretty accurate, good weight to it, cheap to shoot, and looks cool as hell.

Here is a link to Impact Guns which has a variety of GSG guns and accessories for you to look through, as well as many other cool .22s and accessories.

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