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Old 06-10-2012, 02:09 AM   #11
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You should study .22 rimfire ballistics or pay attention. C3 laid it out very clear. You can not ignore or over come these facts with a rimfire round that can not be reloaded. The twist rate of the barrel is used to stableize bullets of established weight ranges.

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Anschutz makes some very accurate 22 rifles as does CZ, but they tend to be on the pricy side and are not cheap.

here is a suggestion, try out a Marlin or Savage 17HMR bolt action. they are very accurate, and with a MV of 2500-2650 FPS, one of the fastest rimfires available. i have used my Savage M93r17 out past 100 yards and even close to 200 yards a few times.
My friend really likes his savage. I only have one but I will check out the one you suggested.
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You should study .22 rimfire ballistics or pay attention. C3 laid it out very clear. You can not ignore or over come these facts with a rimfire round that can not be reloaded. The twist rate of the barrel is used to stableize bullets of established weight ranges.
I guess I have to study them because I had absolutely no clue and I will admit it. I do not know much more than from what I have shot before and read the few small things at what I was wondering about. Thanks for all of the input.
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Anschutz makes some very accurate 22 rifles as does CZ, but they tend to be on the pricy side and are not cheap.

here is a suggestion, try out a Marlin or Savage 17HMR bolt action. they are very accurate, and with a MV of 2500-2650 FPS, one of the fastest rimfires available. i have used my Savage M93r17 out past 100 yards and even close to 200 yards a few times.
My friend really likes his savage. I only have one but I will check out the one you suggested.[/QUOTE]

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I edited the other post. but "axxe55" suggested looking into a Savage M93r17 and the quote of that didn't come out right. Sorry for the confusion

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here's my Savage M93r17. Boyd's laminate stock, Rifle Basix trigger sear, BSA Sweet 17 6-18x40 scope. shoots pretty good when i do my part.

hey Mulie! haven't seen you on here in a while. glad you're back.

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here's my Savage M93r17. Boyd's laminate stock, Rifle Basix trigger sear, BSA Sweet 17 6-18x40 scope. shoots pretty good when i do my part.

hey Mulie! haven't seen you on here in a while. glad you're back.
Well howdy axxe good to be back, just dont get to close im rabid damn fox
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That is looking quite nice. I have to scope my cz and get mags for it then it will be back at the range. Can't wait for that. How much was your savage ^^ with everything like the scope and all?

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That is looking quite nice. I have to scope my cz and get mags for it then it will be back at the range. Can't wait for that. How much was your savage ^^ with everything like the scope and all?
it's cool Mulie, i've had my rabies shots! your good people Mulie, so i ain't worried.

Corey, i bought the savage about 8 years ago as a combo package for about $260, late last year i bought the Boyd's stock, shipped and delivered for about $110, paid about $140 for the scope and about $75 for the trigger sear.
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it's cool Mulie, i've had my rabies shots! your good people Mulie, so i ain't worried.

Corey, i bought the savage about 8 years ago as a combo package for about $260, late last year i bought the Boyd's stock, shipped and delivered for about $110, paid about $140 for the scope and about $75 for the trigger sear.
I just did get the day 3 series of shots now for 7,14,21,28
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