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Old 02-12-2012, 01:58 AM   #1
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what do you guys think of the savage 64? its cheap and semi auto.

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Old 02-12-2012, 05:38 AM   #2
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I don't know enough to give an opinion, but cheap is not always good (usually bad).

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Old 02-12-2012, 07:00 AM   #3
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I've heard marlin 795s are better and they r even cheaper

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I am thinking now about a mossberg 702 plinkster. its about $100 new.

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actually it will be $180 plus tax from the shop here so I will be going to a different shop with my uncle and buy a cheap used semi auto .22 and be set until I get the money then I will either get a semi auto .12 gauge or a pump action .12 gauge.

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i own one. the trigger is not the best no where near matchgrade. but for plinking and hunting its fine. mine's accuracy has gotten better each time ive taken it out. and ive found it really loves the winchester ammo.

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I will be getting a mossberg 715t soon but until then I am looking for a cheap used .22 cal semi auto rifle. anybody on here from around albion,Illinois with one they want to sell cheap? let me know.

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Everytime u post saying "I'm gonna get this..." its a new gun lmao. Can't make up your mind? The beauty with. 22s is that they are cheap and u can just buy a differrnt one lol

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i own one. the trigger is not the best no where near matchgrade. but for plinking and hunting its fine. mine's accuracy has gotten better each time ive taken it out. and ive found it really loves the winchester ammo.
How r the stock iron sights? Can u adjust rear ones left to right or just height?

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My first ever gun. Gotta say i love everything about it it was cheap and ive had it for over a year with not one problem yet and it shoots every weekend. It works great with and ammo even though i kill it with remington.

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