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500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by m249saw » Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:53 am

what do you guys think i should do if possible i would only like to spend about 350 on the rifle . any advice is welcome

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Re: 500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by WY_Not » Thu Dec 15, 2011 10:00 am

Pick a Ruger 10/22 you like.

Are you scoping it or sticking with iron sights?
If iron sights, take a look at Tech-Sights
or
NoDak Spud NDS-26 Rear Sight
Use the NDS-23 front sight base for .920" bull barrels.
Use the NDS-40 front sight base for standard factory contour barrels.


Standard upgrades for any and all 10/22's I've bought so far for self and kids:
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Re: 500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by m249saw » Thu Dec 15, 2011 10:11 am

i wil stick with iron sights at first i will be using this for plinking teaching people firearms safety and how to shoot and maybe hunting squirrels

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Re: 500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by WY_Not » Thu Dec 15, 2011 10:30 am

The NoDak Spuds might work for you then. The added bonus is that you can easily add a red dot sight later and keep the irons. I've got TechSights on all my 10/22s but as soon as the holidays are past I will be ordering a set of the NoDak Spuds for my rifle.

Didn't touch on the stocks available as there are sooo many to choose from and everyone has their preference. My 10/22s still have their stock wooden stocks as I haven't found an aftermarket stock I really really like. Found a few that I'd like to try but haven't been able to yet.

Oh, and get to an Appleseed. *shameless plug*
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Re: 500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by Quick Shot xMLx » Thu Dec 15, 2011 1:37 pm

I have a GSG-5(MP5 clone) and I like it. About 250 rounds through it so far with zero failures. I'd either get that or a M&P 15-22, they both look "cooler" than a Ruger 10/22 8-)

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Re: 500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by Necrodamus » Thu Dec 15, 2011 2:05 pm

The Ruger has survived the market for 50 years for a reason.
They may not be the MOST accurate but they are as reliable as a .22 can be.
Easily modified and it fits well within your budget even if you include added optics.
It can be tweeked to suit you or to enhance performance.

It can look just as cool as an other rifle if thats your choice...
ALL 10/22s (or Chargers, the 10/22 pistol version) below

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Re: 500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by wguy00 » Thu Dec 15, 2011 2:54 pm

That MG is bad ass.
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Re: 500 dollars for a semiautomatic 22

Post by ultra magnus » Fri Dec 16, 2011 12:08 pm

10/22 or Marlin Model 60. Pawn shops and gun stores that carry decent used inventories will usually have used Model 60s in the $75 range.

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