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I Need a New Toy

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by steve4102, Mar 12, 2006.

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  1. steve4102

    steve4102 Member

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    I think I need a new semi-auto to play with. I don't think I can scrounge up enough cash for an AR-15 this year, I'll work on that later. I already have a Ruger Mini-30, so the SKS is out as well. Any ideas on a semi-auto fun gun to take myself and sons to the range and fire off a few hundred or more rounds just for fun? I would also like the ability to install a Red Dot sight or scope.

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  2. Deer Hunter

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    FAL! :)

    Or, maybe a ruger 10/22? You wont be broke after shooting 1000 rounds in one session.
     
  3. Tiny in Ohio

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    I second the 10/22 idea, 550 rnds for $9 is hard to beat.
     
  4. whm1974

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    AK of some sort. Ammo maybe a problem getting a hold of right now however.

    -Bill
     
  5. .38special

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    I would go with the 10/22 also. I bought one 2 days ago and i love it. I can shoot Federals, 510 for 6.80$, now thats CHEAP!
     
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    a 10/22 would be a good choice for a cheap semi-auto. also in the cheap bracket would be a hi-point 9mm carbine.

    if you want to spend a little more, you could get a FAL or a Kel-Tec SU-16.
     
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