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Old 03-10-2011, 01:31 PM   #1
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Looking for some feedback on your choice in a .22 semi automatic PISTOL (my bad) to be used as a plinker.
Not looking for a pricey competition piece, just a good dependable one.
If you have a good one you want to part with, shoot me a pm.
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Old 03-10-2011, 01:36 PM   #2
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Pat,

I like my older model Ruger 10-22. Had it for a number of years and it has been very reliable. Oh yeah, don't want to sell it, LOL.

Good luck in your search.
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Ruger 10/22 and Academy has them for sale at 187.00 good shooting and easy to work on simple gun
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Pat,

I like my older model Ruger 10-22. Had it for a number of years and it has been very reliable. Oh yeah, don't want to sell it, LOL.

Good luck in your search.
I agree on the 10/22, the way I have mine set up it's the most accurate .22 I've shot. Was not very pricey to set up either. If you want the specs and sites PM me.
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Old 03-10-2011, 02:16 PM   #5
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I also have a ruger 10/22 bull barrell with a redfield scope,,
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Ruger 10/22. Incredible amounts of aftermarket accessories available.
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I have one set up like a assalt rifle with adjustable stock and scope from ruger not after market, sell 200.00 paid 284.00 need money for new transducer and mount have 25 rd clip and 10 rd clip to go with it, only shot to sight in
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For the pistol, I am partial to the Browning Buckmarks. I have a 5.5 Target model, and it is a tackdriver. A lot of people like the Ruger Mk series as well, I've just never owned one. Academy had a Buckmark, I think it was a camp model for under $300.
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Definetly a Ruger MK or Browning Buckmark if you are looking for dependable and reasonably priced.
I have a couple of MKII 5 1/2" bull barrel stainless pistols. I like 'em a lot.
A Colt Woodsman is nice but pricey.
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Get what feels best in your hand.

The bull barrel Ruger target is a tack driver and many after-market parts are available. I don't particularly care for the grip angle, though.

I like the S&W 41, but it is expensive.

I got a S&W 22A for my son.

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