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Old 03-04-2013, 08:16 AM   #1
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I want either a M&P 15/22 or a takedown 10/22 ruger.

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Old 03-04-2013, 11:42 AM   #2
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M&P15-22 allows for more parts, although the 10/22 has alot as well. I personally am saving money for the 15-22 to buy. Ive heard nothing but good reviews. I own a 10/22 on the otherhand and can testify that it is reliable, accurate and most of all, fun.

Really it depends on what you want, do you want to upgrade a pure rifle, or an AR style?

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Strictly up to personal preference, yours.

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Buy the M&P CLIFF

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Both are good. Doesn't make much difference because there's no ammo.

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FWIW...

My m&p 15 is my coolest .22 to look at...
The Golden Boy is my coolest to shoot....
My old Savage .22/20ga with shell storage in the stock is the most rugged and versatile....

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Both rifles are excellent. There is no wrong answer here.

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I hope you have some .22lr ammo. If not ....................

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Tell them you would like to buy the rifle but you need ammo. How much ammo can you sell me if I buy the rifle and at what price? A lot of stores are holding back ammo for gun buyers.

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Ruger 10-22 is a gun that you can completely built on your own the gun is so simple and easy to get new part like mags extractors mag releases etc

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