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Old 08-18-2012, 03:35 AM   #1
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Default Only 1 .22 rifle. Semi, bolt or lever?

You only get one, if you had to choose, what would it be? .22 LR rifle in either a semi auto, bolt action, or lever action.

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Old 08-18-2012, 03:46 AM   #2
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Bolt action. You would use your ammo more wiser than you would with a semi

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Lever. I really like a good lever gun.

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Lever. Faster than a bolt, slower than a semi. YMMV.

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Bolt for me. I would'nt trade my Savage bolt action for anything, I just love hitting the range with it.

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Ruger 10/22. Learned firepower disipline in the Army, semi-auto's not an issue.
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Bolt. Unless you think zombies are real, then get a semi.

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Bolt action. You would use your ammo more wiser than you would with a semi
My exact thought.
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Only one? Buy a quality bolt action. There really is no substitute.
Later on, if you feel the need to burn through a lot of ammo, you can grab a used 10/22 somewhere.

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A bolt gun (and most levers) can feed and shoot any standard .22 RF And the 10/22 is a good rifle, but see how it does with shorts or CB longs/ Colibris.

I DO have some Remington 550-1s that can cycle with shorts, longs, long rifles- but that is rare for an auto.

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