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Old 12-18-2010, 09:10 AM   #11
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I want one just for fun.

My main 22 is a Savage MKII BRJ. It's one fantastic bolt 22 and darn good looking.
The stock really fits me well.

It shot.4" groups, 5 @ 50 stock. I sent it to SavageGunsmithing for their accuracy job.
It has now shot a best 5 shot 50 yd group of .117" on a good wind day and the trigger breaks like glass at 8 OZ and is safe.

I really make the CZ and Annie shooters mad, shooting such tight groups with a Savage. I love it

I also have a customized 10-22 which is a fun rifle, but it won't shoot with the savage.

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There is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of with a Savage rifle. Like with most 22 rifles they usually get a little work before the things do what people buy them for. I was given one a little while ago (Mark II) that I'll be taking down and seeing what I can do to make it suit my needs. Most Savage rifles I've got the chance to shoot have done their part when I've done mine. You can't ask anything more out of one. They don't cost a lot compared to some others and that's a problem with some people but that makes it all the more entertaining tome when I see one of those "not so good" rifles burn up the range. I'm a pretty big fan of the Savage AccuTrigger. I'd like to add a couple of their bigger rifles to my collecton before it's said and done. I have the 22 and a 17HMR. Maybe a 17 Mark II, I do like the idea of the round but have not done a lot of shooting with them.
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Old 12-18-2010, 08:30 PM   #12
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My shooting partner and I ran another 1100 rds through his M&P22 yesterday with no problems. With the 400 we ran through it two weeks ago it is at 1500 with no cleaning and no failures. Yesterday was drizzly, cold and rainy all day but it did not matter to the M&P.

I slapped the Aimpoint from my M4 onto it and we ran drills all day.

If you are familiar with the operation of the AR the M&P22 is the way to go for training as the controls are exactly the same.

If you just want a neat little plinker there are so many great options in the tacticool .22 world right now.

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I've got the Colt/Umarex M4, love it. Around 6500 rounds thru it, no issues. Also have the S&W 15/22 pistol, love it. BOTH arms put an instant smile on anybody's face- from 8 to 80 yrs old!!!



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Very cool, rodent.

The fun of shooting these aside, I shoot every day & was spending a fortune on 223 etc. These 22 tac-sim models allow extended range time. If you are running high speed drills, forward and lateral movement-to-target drills, etc, burning 18 to 20 rounds on a 10-15 second course...22 is the only way to go (unless of course you are being paid to shoot Uncle Sam's ammo.)

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Old 12-22-2010, 10:40 PM   #15
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Default Tactical looking 22

Well, here is my little 10-22. I know a lot of "Real Men" don't like 22s dressed up. I don't care.
It was fun fooling around with this thing, and my grandkids love it.
And it's cheap to shoot and a breeze to keep running.



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Really nice! My grandson loves the .22's, and my Ruger Mark II pistol really puts a smile on his face....



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I've got the Colt/Umarex M4, love it. Around 6500 rounds thru it, no issues. Also have the S&W 15/22 pistol, love it. BOTH arms put an instant smile on anybody's face- from 8 to 80 yrs old!!!
I have the S&W 15/22 rifle and the Ruger Charger .22LR, both are a blast to shoot. The main ammo is Blazer CCI and Stingers. I smell range time in the morning!

I am estimating about 4000 rounds!
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What I found most fascinating in the American Rifleman article about the tactilook .22's was the difference in accuracy with the three types of ammo they used. Considering they are all .22LR one brand was nearly twice as accurate as the worst brand. The worst brand for accuracy was still a premium ammo.

Most .22 shooting is just plinking, but I shocked at the difference that the ammo made.

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My "tactical" 10/22. It makes a damn good squirrel sniper and a cheap plinker too.

Tasco 4x and a Choate Druganov stock

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Marlin 795 - $99
Ramline model 70 stock - $15
ATI SKS Retrofit kit to make it a folder - $9
Sling - $9
Folding Bipod - $20
Adustable Target Rear Sight - $9
DIP Adjustable Trigger & Guard - $60

Rifle that looks cool & shoots well - Priceless

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