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Armscore Target Rimfires, anyone??

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by mdsteele, Nov 6, 2003.

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  1. mdsteele

    mdsteele Member

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    I was looking at the last CDNN catolog and noticed these neat looking little rifles.
    Anyone here have one and how is the quality?
    I am thinking of this to be my step sons first rifle.


    Mark
     
  2. son of a gun

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    Are you talking about the m16 & AK 22lr's ?
     
  3. mdsteele

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    Nope, 22lr bolt and semi-autos. They look like hunting guns.
     
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    I looked at them I like the stocks, but I doubt the phillapino quality is going to be as good as a Ruger 10/22 or a Marlin. I've seen Marlins on sale for $100.00 that even came with scopes at K-mart and Wal-mart but buying during hunting season is a bad time.
     
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    I don't know about the rifles, but ALL of the ARMSCOR .22lr and .22wmr ammo I have shot has the worst accuracy I have ever seen. The .22wmr SP and HP was particularily bad. Shot this ammo through two different Marlin model 60's, a Ruger 10/22, a Ruger Single Six, a Phoenix Arms HP-22, a Ruger MKII and finally a Taurus PT22.

    Pretty much the same results with ARMSCOR .223.
     
  6. makarov

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    In the same flyer, the IZH Biathlon Basic rifles are down to $209 and I can almost guarantee you they will outshoot those Armscor things and almost any other .22 you can name. Well worth looking into.
     
  7. Snakeshot

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    I had a friend's Armscor Model 20 for a couple of months.
    It is a semi-auto, mag fed .22lr.

    I impressed with how well it was made. The stock, though not any fancy wood, had an excellent finish.

    Accuracy was as good as any under $200 off the shelf .22 semi I have ever fired. Comparable with the older Marlin Model 60s. Better than a stock 10/22.

    They make one in bolt action? I would like to see that!
     
  8. son of a gun

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    Get him one of these

    Armscor type AK-47/22,.
     
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