.22 knock offs

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by Pounce, Aug 21, 2007.

  1. Pounce

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    Does anyone know who makes .22 look a likes of AK-47's and M-16's?
    I saw some by Armscor.Any others? If you own one,how do they shoot etc.?
     

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    I went thru it and didn't see any. Do they require you to call?
     
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    look again

    I just checked and it's still there. You have to scroll about halfway down the page, past all the personal stuff. It's right after a WASR-10. Looks like a Dragunov; they're calling it a WASR-22.
     
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    Found some more at gunsamerica.com. I could only see the 1st page of the listing--lots of stuff won't load on my BlackBerry--but there were lots of .22s among the AKs.
     
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    Thanks.I put my glasses on this time!
    I'll check out gunsamerica. I have a lot of shoulder thumpers and several types of .22's. I'd like to get one of those suckers. They look fun to shoot and less expensive to shoot also. Thanks again!
     
  6. Tony Soprano

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    Here's the site you need scroll down to M1600 model
    http://www.armscor.com.ph/autorifle.htm
     
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    Thanks Tony S. I get their flyers in the mail. (got a c&r) I was wondering if any other companies put them out. I guess they must not be all that popular.
     
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    Thought I would bring up this thread as the price of ammo being so high. The Ceiner .22 kits for the AR15 are impressive and quick to drop right in for some cheep shooting, and the AK and AR dedicated .22's are good for the $ and the sight pictures are very similar. Great for training.
     
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    I had an old Squires-Bingham Model 16...which is now the ARMSCOR 1600. Freakishly accurate for a semi-auto up to 100 yds...but 50 yards was the sweet spot for it due to the iron sights...no scope mount available back then.

    The only headache back then was finding more magazines for it ;) Now it's a LOT easier.

    Oh, yeah, if you get the wooden stock version...it looks FANFREEKINTASTIC if you strip the black paint off & stain it your favorite color :D I wish I had a pic or two of my old one...Parawood is naturally light in color like Aspen, but more dense...DO NOT USE MINWAX PRODUCTS, Parawood is a rubber tree and Minwax doesn't stick to it too well...go to your nearest Wood You or Sherwin Williams for some serious quality water-based stain & clearcoat (like General Finishes) :D