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Old 12-19-2011, 02:02 AM   #11
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It's fantastic. More fun than a barrel of monkeys.
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Old 12-19-2011, 09:22 PM   #12
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Well I just picked up my 15-22. It looks great. The only bad thing is it's a Christmas present from my wife, and she won't let me shoot it till Christmas. Oh well, I guess I can wait that long.
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Well I just picked up my 15-22. It looks great. The only bad thing is it's a Christmas present from my wife, and she won't let me shoot it till Christmas. Oh well, I guess I can wait that long.
did you get the magpul version?? the magpul mbus are superb on that gun. works fantastic. i put their pistol grip on mine plus the sights. ive also got a vortex strikefire on it. just an amazing rifle.

i bet your you are GOING CRAZY waiting for xmas LOLOLOL!!!!
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Old 12-20-2011, 10:25 AM   #14
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No I didn't get the magpul edition. It was not available at my gun shop. I
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And yes I am going crazy. I want to shoot it so bad. Lol
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Well I finally got to shoot my 15-22 and I absolutely love it. I have a BSA red dot optic on it and I love it. I shot 100 rounds and I can't wait to shoot it again.
The attached pic is from about 15 yrds. After I set the red dot in, that's how it shot. It's a good shooter, but mire importantly, it's awesome to shoot.

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The one in the pic is my son's. I liked his so much that I bought one for myself. My two boys love to shoot and try to compete by seeing how many times they can hit a milk jug at 100 yards and keep it moving between them.
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The one in the pic is my son's. I liked his so much that I bought one for myself. My two boys love to shoot and try to compete by seeing how many times they can hit a milk jug at 100 yards and keep it moving between them.
Nice collection! I want a bigger caliber one day. I figures I would get used to the AR format on a .22 then move up.
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The 15-22 in the most fun I've ever had with a .22 rifle. Gave my first one to my son & his family and bought another.

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The next time to the range, my MP 15-22 is a coming, this last time the Ruger SR-22 came to the range. Shooting both at 50, 100 of even 200 yards is fun.
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