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Dan 763-443-7833 1-800-928-6173 Cooper Arms Mdl 38 Classic 22 Hornet , Cooper Arms Mdl 22 22-250 Both in ex shape . I have box for the hornet and loading dies for both . Very few rounds shot these. Traded in by an older gentleman.
 

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I have a 1-800 number to call but the prices are 22 hornet $1200 shipped and the 22-250 $1150 shipped . I work for a lumber yard driving during the day so call the 763 number or the 1-800 after 3 pm central
 

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Hey there Tron,..not to get OT but do you have any experience with the Ruger 77 Hornet? Accuracy? I've heard they are fickle to get to shoot well? Im also skeptical about the rear lockup and brass stretching...but I have the chance to get one cheap!
 

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My buddy bought the heavy barrel Ruger .22 hornet and it shoots almost as good as a CZ I used to own and it is huge and heavy. My CZ with a sporter barrel shot 3/8 inch groups and has a 4 way adjustable trigger from the factory. The standard Rugers shoot modified choke shotgun groups. The new Little Gun powder really helped the Rugers tighten up the groups. a .22 hornet( even a Ruger shooting modified shot choke groups) runs out of energy before it runs out of accuracy. If you like the Ruger becuase you like Rugers I wouldn't hesitate to buy the one your friend is selling. The ones we first shot did about two inches at a hundred and with Little Gun powder, small pistol primers, and Hornady v-max 35 grain bullets they shoot just over an inch. They are a fun round with good accuracy and a mild report. Enough energy to do the job on Hornet size game to 150 to 200 yards or so. A 22-250 they are not but they are quiet and sometimes quiet is good. Jeff
 
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