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Heavy BBL 22

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Newt, Dec 18, 2006.

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  1. Newt

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    Recently, I've been given a 100 dollar Christmas bonus from my employer. I would really like to put that toward a new 22 bolt gun. I'm looking for something in a heavy bbl. Savage makes a Mark II F that looks like what I'd be in the market for. Wallyworld has one listed for $137.00. I already have a Remington 597, so this would be mostly a plinker. I'll worry about glass after Christmas. Anything comperable to the Savage Mark II F out there in the $150 range?
     
  2. Newt

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    Nobody?!?! Man, I sure thought I'd hit a nerve with a question like this one. Surely there's someone that has some experience with this.
     
  3. El Tejon

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    How much are those Thompson Center heavy-barrelled .22s now?

    Those always looked like soild weapons but can't help you on price.
     
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    T/C .22LR HB = $399.00

    T/C .22LR HB = $399.00 in Michigan

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    Ohhh, sorry. How about a used 10/22 and then install an aftermarket barrel on it?
     
  6. rangerruck

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    in the same price range? marlin 7000 if you can still find one, or a 795.
     
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