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Old 01-31-2012, 11:26 PM   #11
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Browning also makes a buckmark pistol w rifle stock and 18" barrel which is a unique piece and it should be a lot of fun to shoot. Buckmarks have a good rep and have taken some of Rugers 22 mkt share.

To tie onto C3shooters input, Cabelas has the Rossi 3 barrel set on sale right now, and very reasonably priced.
Do you have a link? I just looked and it was $349.
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:37 AM   #12
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You might look at the Henry "US survival 22" 125.00+20 for shipping



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You might look at the Henry "US survival 22" 125.00+20 for shipping

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Henry's survival rifle is a rebranded AR-7 and I've heard an abundance of bad things about them,so not a very viable option for me
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I vote Cricket.
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Ever hear about a browning take down model. Made in Belgium between1956~1960.

http://www.gunsamerica.com/Search/Category/101/2/Guns/Rifles/Browning-Rifles/Semi-Auto/Hunting.htm
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Seriously, check this site out. It mentions a couple we missed.

http://www.equipped.com/devices30.htm
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if money isnt an object check out the volquartsen fusion maybe a little heavy
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Find a nice old Remington Nylon 66---very lightweight and thin.
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Anybody know of a good lightweight takedown .22lr to throw in a bug out bag? NOT interested in any ar-7 type rifles. I like the Marlin papoose but can't find them anywhere,I also like the idea of a super lightweight minimilist .22 like the pak rifle. (Pic #1 attached) but price tag is $400 which I think is a bit pricey for what your getting,even if built solidly. I've seen a carbon fiber conversion for the cricket rifles (pics # 2&3) but those also fetch a price tag twice that of the cricket.
I reeeally like the SA m6 scout but those are just plain to expensive for me to pay for a .22

Any one know of any other good rifles for a bug out bag?
The Pack-Rifle manufactured in Logan UT looks perfect.

I guess they developed this design for local backpacking.

$425 is not a bad price either.

I would want the peep sight on it not a scope. There is just too much parallax with a scope for close-in 50 yards or less shooting.

http://www.packrifle.com/contactus.html
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http://bulletin.accurateshooter.com/2012/03/new-ruger-1022-takedown-rifle-nicely-executed-package/

Two pieces. 4.5+ lbs. $400. (< $100 per pound )
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