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Old 08-11-2009, 12:53 PM
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opinion - .22LRifle

Wanting to purchase a .22 Long Rifle. Looking for experienced suggestions...

I'd like something tried and true, accurate, simple and effective. -preferably used.

please chime in with experiences.

thanks!!
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Old 08-11-2009, 12:55 PM
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Can't go wrong with a Ruger 10-22. I love mine, it's accurate and dependable. They are pretty simple, only thing easier would be a lever gun or a bolt action. Depends on what you really want
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Old 08-11-2009, 12:58 PM
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Ruger 10-22. Only problem with them are the clips wont last very long if you shoot alot, but that can be taken care with an aftermarket clip.
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Ruger 10-22, great gun!
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Ruger 10-22. Only problem with them are the clips wont last very long if you shoot alot, but that can be taken care with an aftermarket clip.
I forgot about the POS clips
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If you want to keep to REALLY simple, get a bolt action with a tubular magazine
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Can't go wrong with a Ruger 10-22. I love mine, it's accurate and dependable. They are pretty simple, only thing easier would be a lever gun or a bolt action. Depends on what you really want
I second that, and a 10-22 has an endless amount of aftermarket stocks, magazines, barrels, you name it.
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It's a sweet riffle, we have two here at my house. You can fit like 10 clips in a pocket.
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10-22 hands down

YouTube - Ruger 10/22 Full Auto.."that's HOT"

cant beat that
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Old 08-11-2009, 02:55 PM
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well i guess it unamious.

i'll take a good look at the 10-22.

what's this Marlin Papoose that i've seen on the net....anyone ever use one?
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