What 22LR is the most fun to shoot?

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Mapnapkin, Aug 17, 2009.

  1. Mapnapkin

    Mapnapkin New Member

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    Since 22LR is so cheap, I was just curious what would be the funnest 22lr to shoot..
    Revolver, semi auto, full auto.
    rifle , Machine, handgun.. dont care..

    Please also post pictures if you can.

    I want to buy something

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  2. RL357Mag

    RL357Mag New Member

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    PArdon the short reply, but the indians are coming...
     

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  3. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    Seattle?? Holy crap, you aren't far away at all...

    I would say ANY .22lr is the most fun to shoot. The one you have in your hands, because they are all fun.

    I have a .22 1911 and it's a great practice rifle.

    I have a Ruger 10/22 that is just plain old, golf ball shooting fun. throw a few out there and take turns blasting them further down the field.

    I have an old Mauser WWII training rifle that my grandfather had in bootcamp that he "appropriated" and gave to me as my first rifle ever. That little bolt action will shoot dimes all day at like 75-80 yards....

    .22's are just plain good old shooting fun for everyone.

    JD
     
  4. skullcrusher

    skullcrusher New Member

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    ANY you can get your hands on. Shooting is like sex or drugs. They're only as good as what you are getting at the time. Seriously. Think about it. :D
     
  5. Mapnapkin

    Mapnapkin New Member

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    I was just looking at the AK 47 22lr.
    That looks pretty fun. Not really for target shooting , but fun.
     
  6. Bigcat_hunter

    Bigcat_hunter New Member

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    Its not fun until you get the suppressor!
     
  7. Shotgun Shooter

    Shotgun Shooter New Member

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    I like my ruger 10/22. Its a blast to shoot. Damn 22Lr ammo is dried up.

    S.S.
     
  8. fisher77

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    I like shooting my Marlin model 60. It was my first rifle. Got it for christmas when I was about 12. Still love shooting it to this day.
     
  9. NitroxAZ

    NitroxAZ New Member

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    I can't resist...

    Non automatic with a can. Venture forth quietly:D
     
  10. Mapnapkin

    Mapnapkin New Member

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    awesome.. Ruger 10/22
    I think I will have to get one of those.
     
  11. Shotgun Shooter

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    Plenty of different accessories you can get for them. Sucks we cant have any magazine larger than 10rds, but I'm not surprised either.

    S.S.
     
  12. IGETEVEN

    IGETEVEN New Member

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    Frikking stole my line dude..........WTF??? :D:rolleyes:

    Jack
     
  13. Hawg

    Hawg New Member

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    Henry Golden Boy.
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  14. canebrake

    canebrake New Member

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    A 1967 Western Auto Supply, Revelation 150 (Marlin 60)

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  15. IGETEVEN

    IGETEVEN New Member

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    That's nice looking Marlin rifle there Cane, very nice. :)

    Jack
     
  16. Mapnapkin

    Mapnapkin New Member

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    wow both those, Cane's and Hawg, are nice. Look good.


    What's this from?
    "Non automatic with a can. Venture forth quietly"
     
  17. Shotgun Shooter

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    Its nothing. LOL.
    Check out the 22LR survival thread and you'll see. :p

    S.S.
     
  18. yesicarry

    yesicarry New Member

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    Ruger 10-22 is my vote.. I've had mine since I was 10.. Fired thousands of rounds though it and never had to replace anything.. And many options are available for it. Recently inherited my Father's 10-22 that is one number from mine on the serial number. Both are 34 years old and both function just fine.
     
  19. MemphisJim1

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    I have yet to find a .22 that isn't fun to shoot. And I intend to get my hands on as many as possible in search of that elusive "dog."