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Old 02-29-2012, 01:57 AM   #1
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Default What .22 bolt action rifles can i find at a gunshow?

For under $300 new looking at the marlin 925 and savage mark ii thanks I mainly just need to know IF I CAN ACTUALLY FIND ONE OF THESES AT A GUNSHOW..

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Old 02-29-2012, 07:08 PM   #2
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Should be able to...along with previous versions of the 925 (825, 25N) and its brothers (XT22/980/981/880/881/880SQ)

Bear in mind that a new XT22 adjustable target trigger assembly can be fit onto an older unit as well...
All ya gotta do is make some room in the stock for it

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Really depends on the vendors but most likely if not those specific guns at least some general bolt actions. I went to show couple weekends ago they had whole bunch of .22 bolts. Everything from the old beaters to new ones. Most i saw that weren't tricked out were under or around 300

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Really depends on the vendors but most likely if not those specific guns at least some general bolt actions. I went to show couple weekends ago they had whole bunch of .22 bolts. Everything from the old beaters to new ones. Most i saw that weren't tricked out were under or around 300
Good to hear I've been to a couple but just for fun not to look to buy something anyway if I didn't get one at a gunshow should I go to a sporting goods store or special gun shop or what?
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Check your local gun stores and pawn shops. I have found better deals there than not. Gun shows are all selling high dollar to the folks that think they can bet a real deal. Most often not, in my experience unless you park at the front door and watch for someone carrying one of interest in the door with the intent of selling it. JMO. TB

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