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WTB Quality .22 cal

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by MikeGrahn, Jan 29, 2012.

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  1. MikeGrahn

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    I am looking for a quality .22 cal. sporter bolt action rifle. I currently have a Sako m-78 and would like maybe- Anschutz, Kimber, Magnums would also work. Thanks Mike 320 979 9304
     
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    I Have a NIB Winchester Model 52 (made by Browning). PM me if you are interested. JM
     
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    NIB Ruger 77/22-RP All-Weather Stainless bolt-action rifle chambered in .22 LR. Matte black DuPont Zytel stock with Ruger name/symbol, stainless steel barrel and receiver, 20" barrel, three-position safety, 10-shot rotary magazine, includes factory scope rings,

    My experience with these is that they are as accurate as any 22 made and the barrel is long enough to get max velocity out of whatever you put in it

    You cant destroy them

    Sometimes you need a trigger job but once you have done that the trigger is as good as guns that cost several times as much

    $497.77 and a few bucks toward shipping

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    Gene, that's a good price for your Ruger, but let's not get carried away with statements like "as accurate as any 22 rifle made"
     
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    I have an Anchutz model 1415-1416 22 that appears almost new ( no marks on wood nor metal).
    It is available with a Nikon 4x40 scope and rings if desired.
    If interested, send me a PM and I will send pictures

    Don
     
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    I have a MINT Kimber of Oregon Custom Classic .22 with a matching Leupold RF scope that is MINT...repeat, MINT!
     
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    dakota arms. just have them build you one
     
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    the one I liked best was a remington 541S ruger 77/22 in ok also look at a CZ. oz
     
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    Agree on the 541S. Not well known, but a good barrel and tight chamber. I've had two of them.

    John
     
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    CZ Varmint thumbhole 22LR threaded for a supressor. Shoots one hole at 50 yards with Aguila sub-sonic. Mint condition: $400
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    I have a Browning T-Bolt new model,Remington 541T,Anschutz Sporter with 54 match action,Remington 513 Sporter,Winchester 75 Sporter.



    Take your pick,
    i_shoot
     
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    I have a Rem. 541-S which was my dads...I wouldn't sell it, but would highly recommend it. Beautiful, graceful, and accurate.
     
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    Remington model 33 (made in 1932), and Browning T-bolt.22LR Both are great and I have sometimes taken both to the field to do in squriels at 125+ yards.
     
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    Go buy a new henry, you will not find a better made 22, they have an action as good as a fine clock
     
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    For nearly the ultimate combination of accuracy, quality, and classic design, go with a Cooper 57M.
     
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    I have way to many but just recently got a pair of Remington 541S again cannot go wrong, the 541 T that is going to be for sale next would be worth a look had one new but let it go.
     
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    If you are niot set on a bolt..Marlin39A..pre-2009 and in bolts the CZ452
     
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    I have a Rem 541-T sporter wt in excellent condition and is VERY accurate with match ammo. Cannot send pics , but is near perfect cond. Call if int. 7174236965
    central PA. Tom
     
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    God I hate you guys.....I feel an onset of Rimfire Fever coming on.

    Last time this happened I spent a pot of money.

    Kimber, CZ (452 is phased out, 453 American is nice),542, Win 52, 39A.

    All wonderful rimfires, Fun and cheap to shoot.

    HM
     
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    I like my Remington 541T and 541S. Feed them the rite ammo and there a fun shooter. For cheaper guns the Remington 500X series of rifles are fun as well as the Winchester 69 and 72 model rifles.
     
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