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Old 10-28-2010, 11:14 PM   #41
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looks like "theneckasaurus" is the one that resurected this old thread
where is the moderator to take these off

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looks like "theneckasaurus" is the one that resurected this old thread
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Old 10-29-2010, 07:25 PM   #43
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The 10/22 is an awesome little rifle! I've had one for about 5 years, and the only problem is that it occasionally stovepipes with ammo that it doesn't like. Its also has a lot more upgrades and cool stuff than any other .22 rifle out there. And I've seen mags for it that hold up to 100 rounds. I got mine at a gunshow for about $250.... come to think of it, I've never paid over $250 for a gun! O, yea its really accurate out of the box too, but a little work on the action, some target sights or a scope, and mabey even a target barrel and it turns into a fly exterminator

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Old 11-02-2010, 01:15 PM   #44
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I'm new to this forum but just bought a Marlin 60. I wasn't paying close enough attention and didn't notice the cheapo sight. I wanted a rifle for plinking with no scope. Ended up buying aftermarket sights because the factory ones moved back and forth and no accuracy.
.22 ammo is +-$17 per 525 and .17 is +- $12 per 50. My .17 is there for larger varmints in the back yard with a scope along with a .22 Mag with a scope. Marlin is there for the little red squirrels that eat the house among other things. It is the time of year to thin out the rabbits too.

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Any gun, almost. with the Ruger name infront of it will give you great service. Sure there are MANY more expensive and "Higher Quality" guns out there. But the ruger will be a great workhorse and a great platform to build a custome fun gun that will shoot for years, Just don't dry fire it, or any rim fire gun.

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