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Old 07-16-2012, 05:30 PM   #21
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Last 10/22 I saw was $197 at walmart.
dang! bout $220 at my wally world.
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dang! bout $220 at my wally world.
They prices in states very I think its do to taxes on the guns or demand I'm not sure
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Accessories, accessories, accessories!

The only accessories a 22 needs is scope, rings, and ammo.

Ill take the Pepsi challenge against any 10/22 with my 60.

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My husband has the Ruger 10/22. He just got it and was having ejection issues. He's going to try different ammo and see how it goes. He got the scope dialed in, so aiming is easy.

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A great place for info on any rimfire is rimfirecentral.com
Helped me fix my marlin 60 when the only gunsmith nearby (45 minute drive) wouldnt touch it for less than a new one costs.

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Forget both and get a Weatherby! I ended up selling my Marlins and 10/22, My Mk. XXII puts them to shame - I even out shoot all my buddies tricked out 10/22's..

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Never! Lol, love my marlin, older than me, first firearm, and was given to me by my grandfather who has since passed. Also it is reliable, and easy to fix when something goes wrong. Dont know anything about weatherby, but i do know savage and that would be my only other choice for a 22 long gun.

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Man who are you buying from where a 10/22 runs $500?
They don't but you have to spend about that much on them to get them to shoot with a Marlin 60.
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I am in the market for a .22 semi auto and I know that time and the aftermarket love the Ruger 10/22. But I saw the Marlin and I like its more conventional mag and price point.

Anyone have expeience with these two rifles and how they compare to each other?
As you have read so far they are both fine rifles that compare well against one another. The only real solution is to buy one of each. That is where you start.
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as i do own a Marlin M60 and do love it for it's accuracy and performance, the Ruger 10/22 is a very good rifle too.

if you want to buy one with intentions of customizing it and either going from mild to wild, go with the Ruger. if you just want one out of the box and at the most just put a scope on it and go shooting, then buy the the Marlin.

IMO, the M60 may have a little edge in accuracy, but probably both are pretty equal for the most part.

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