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Question by bryce wood. Uploaded on August 02, 2010
I have a Marlin modle 60 and its great, I got it for $130. The Ruger 10/22 is also a great semi .22.
I totally agree with NYhunter. If the semi auto you want is in the rifle category get the Marlin 60. Follow directions and clean it when you take it home (as you would the Ruger) and expect nothing but good times. It is a good quality rifle.
I'm not putting down the
ruger 10/22 I've had one, it's good but I only think it's price tag was higher was because there was so much after-market stuff to put on it. It sure was no more accurate than the Marlin.
I like the Ruger and the Marlin and have both. My brother in law has a Thompson Center semi auto and I have to say that I have never shot a more accurate 22 rimfire. He can make 50 yard groups, with good ammo, that you have to see to appreciate. All good guns but if I have to give the accuracy edge to the T/C.
Ruger 10/22...on the cheap end I think they're around $200. Use the extra money for an extra mag or two and a good scope with mounts.
DITTO!~BioGuy The 10/22 is a fine carbine.
The 10/22 is a nice piece. But in my hands, it feels like a toy. I played with a hundred or so rifles in 3 counties when my wife and I were getting a couple.
I decided to get the Remington 597, because it has that 'big rifle feel'. It's oversized stock felt better to me.
Ruger 10/22 are nice...however most Ruger's triggers suck!
Here a good one, but more ezpensive.
Expensive.... But I recommend at Marlin 60.
two numbers 10/22
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