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JW-15?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by MP-44, Jul 2, 2006.

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  1. MP-44

    MP-44 Member

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    I hate to admit it but I am .22lr rifleless at the moment and I can pick up a Chinese JW-15 for around $75 that's in VG-EX con. How accurate are these guns?
     
  2. dodge

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    I have one of these also and with a cheap 4x scope on it it will do under an 1" with cheap Remington bulk ammo. I paid $90 NIB for mine about 15 years ago.
     
  3. DWARREN123

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    If it is in fact very good to excellent condition that is a good price. The ones I have handled have had soft wood stocks.
     
  4. rangerruck

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    the jw 15 is possibly the best mass copy/clone 22 rifle ever made. not the wood, however, it looks like it is whittled out by blind old chinese men, and made of bamboo. Everything else is a copy of an old miitary style BRNO/cz rifle trainer. they did a fine job on the bbl/action, and it should be as accurate or more than any 22 you are likely to have. you would probably have to go high end/ comp style 22 , to guarantee more accuracy, than you will get with this little guy. That is also a fine, fine price you are getting on that. usually you would have to go up to canada and buy it there, for that kind of price. Down in our neck of the woods(houston) and the rest of the U.S., you would have to spend way more green to get that rifle. they typically go for about 150 down here.
     
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