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WTB 22 Rimfire Target/Varmit rifle

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Barrelbulge(Fl), Dec 11, 2012.

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  1. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    Ray, why not look on gunbroker if no luck here for a Ruger 10/22? They have a lot of aftermarket products to customize one just the way you want it. Bulge.
     
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    Where are you located?
     
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    Really Marlin makes some good ones and for what they want- a local trigger job would put you right in the ball park

    CZ makes some good ones

    Savage has a couple with their acu trigger

    If you can find a Winchester model 75 sporter that is classy gun as is the 52 sporters ( the repros have horrible triggers but there are a bunch of articles online on how to tune those)

    In autos- the factory Ruger 10-22 target is impressive and if you can find an older blued one even more so

    Then of course you have all the customizing options for regular 10-22s

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    Where are you located I'm in San bernardino callifornia I have exactly the rifle your looking for Remington bolt bull barrel laminated stock 3-9x50 scope

    If your interested e-mail for further

    mulychaser@yahoo.com
     
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    CZ"s are VERY Accurate right out of the box. Joe joe90t
     
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    I would reccomend a CZ and do a trigger job.

    My 22 Mag turned out great(12 oz), and it was easy.


    HM
     
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    How would you like a browning model 52. (no Scope) $750 plus shipping?
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    Ruger 10-22 Target, laminated stock, stainless bull barrel, no sights. $419.00
    Mike Battista
    727 410 5212
     
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    if you can find a Rem 541s, you will never look back. Mine has a 8 oz pull and wow does it shoot.
    Deadeye45
     
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    You guys are overlooking a very underrated Ruger M-77 target/varmint. I shot this one and it's twin in silhouette for several years. Both of them could hold less than MOA. Both were 40-getters. "trigger jobs" take about 15 minutes and an ark hard stone.

    The picture didn't download very well.

    Kip
     
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    I have one of the above Ruger M77/22lr NIB,As for the Remington 541's I have to agree I have two 541-S and 1 541-T they all shoot great.
     
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    I have one of those Ruger 77/22s like R Kipling pictured, mounted an old steel El Paso Weaver T10, shoots good.
     
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    Guess I didn't mention I would sell my NIB M77/22 if intrested.
     
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    You don't see very many at gun shows, or for sale at all, for that matter, but I really like my Anschutz 54 Sporter in 22 LR.

    With a good scope, and quality shells, I'll put it up against any other gun in its' category.

    MY $.02

    Danny
     
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    try guns america.com
     
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    HOW ABOUT this kimber 82 nice french walnut.
     
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    This is a picture of a 100 yard target shot from a bench with the M77 I posted earlier. Without the wind both my M77V's shoot sub-MOA. The blood stained shot off in the corner is(was) a fly that happened to land at the wrong time.

    My picture quality is actually much better than manages to upload to this site.

    Just FYI,
    Kip

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