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Old 08-31-2005, 06:49 PM
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I own the Ruger 10/22T with the bull barrel and have a Leupold VXII 4-12x40 on top of it, and a Harris ultra light bipod underneath it, and at 50 yards you can cover my ten shot group with a fifty cent piece. That will take care of all of my groundhog, rabbit, squirrel, and target shooting needs.
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Old 08-31-2005, 07:21 PM
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got to agree with paul on this one, i've got 3 10/22's one mag, one stock, and one that if my wife ask, i have less than 500 in, (closer to 2 500's), the mag is a great shooting gun not as accurate as i would have thought, but my only comparable gun to it is a ruger bolt action mag that will flat out shoot, the stock 10/22 is that way because it was a gift, and i prefer to leave it like i recieved it, the one that has been worked on, well i'll start by saying i love the 10/22's but if this had been my first taste of this gun i would have been highly disapointed, it was a good donor gun at best, the accuarcy was not there, the gun would fire and not cycle, the spring at the back of the trigger was messed up[:@], anyway i started buying parts for this gun, heavy flutted barrel, houge overmold stock, new trigger/group with titanium sear/hammer/and other parts, trigger at 1.5#, topped off with a leupold. i love this thing, and it gets shot more than anything else i own combined,but i couldn't sell it for what i have in it, but then again i don't intend to sell

sorry can't tell you much about the rem.

best of luck, oh yea!!! welcome to the forums
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Old 09-02-2005, 08:54 AM
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The 10/22 is an excelent gun , and accesories are cheap and abundant for it , that alone makes it a top pick , I bought mine for $120 , and put a bull barrel and stock on it for $100 . scope and triger job and its awesome . If I were to look at another 22auto , it would be the T/C , They are a nice little gun . For a bolt gun Id look at kimber big $s , or a CZ . For some reason I have not had much luck with the marlins , cant get good groups with them . Last trip to the range my friend was shooting a winchester auto, and it shoot great groups , but the triger was junk .
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Old 09-07-2005, 02:45 AM
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I don't know anything about the remington, but my 10/22 is magnificent. At 50 yards, that thing puts 30 rounds in a 1.5 inch hole. I love it to death. I have not done anything to it either...it is just out of the box. I would also recommend the Marlin 39A lever action...both are very fun to shoot with good accuracy.
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Old 09-07-2005, 03:17 AM
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As someone who still kils 1000 rabbits a year and used to be a full time rabbit catcher stay clear of any semi-autos, the ruger is probably the best auto but for price accuracy and reliability go for a brno/cz bolt action. I have 2 cz's a .22 with cut down barrel and moderator and a heavy barreled .17hmr both are excellent rabbit weapons.

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Old 09-07-2005, 10:32 AM
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for a semi auto .22 I would go with the Ruger 10/22 in the rifle version. I love my Ruger 77/22 though it will shoot a 1/2" group at 50 yards. It is very accurate with everything but stingers.
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Old 09-07-2005, 05:50 PM
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ive got a marlin 22 semi auto got it for 100 bux one of my favorite rifles ever done me good got some geese ducks crows pidgions everything with it shh dont tell no one about that though but know i got a little cheap scope on it its dont me good for the past 4 years never jams
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Old 09-22-2005, 01:36 PM
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Old 09-24-2005, 04:04 PM
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I sure HATE the way a 10/22 feels like a "beached whale" in my hands!! (I do have one) So, i choose a Rem. 552 as my fav semi auto 22 lr... (i also have one of these) and even though it's not as popular as the Ruger i do believe it's a better semi auto.. I've found that "out of the box", 552'stend to be moreaccurate than 10/22's too...

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Old 09-24-2005, 04:19 PM
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Don't like the rem 597s. 10/22s look, feel, and shoot like toys from the factory.

That said, I'm a huge fan of winchester 52s, remington 541s, Rem 581s, and from what I hear, CZs aren't too shabby either.
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