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PistolPete75
12-24-2007, 9:46 AM
Give me some ideas expect for a ruger 10/22.

Looking for precision 50yard shooting. Best bang for the buck with the best accuracy possible.

I was looking at this rifle. Marlin Model 60ss. Any feedback on this rifle?

wildcard
12-24-2007, 9:51 AM
Ruger 10/22 with a match barrel and bedding job can hold 1.5 MOA with crappy bulk ammo. Match ammo with shrink it down to sub MOA. You can play with mine next time and see what you think.

CSACANNONEER
12-24-2007, 10:12 AM
I'm serious. If you want a cheap tack driver, find an old Mossberg M42 or M44. I have one of each and they both shoot 10 shot cloverleafs at 40m with bulk ammo. In the 80's I built up my M42 to shoot smallbore silloutte. It held its own against the Anshultzes, Walthers and Kimbers that were the most prevalent at that time.

Fjold
12-24-2007, 10:25 AM
Precision and Marlin are mutually exclusive terms.

A well tuned 10/22 will hold good ammunition into moa no problem but no autoloader is going to be as precise as a really good bolt action like an Anschutz.

PistolPete75
12-24-2007, 10:29 AM
i might take a look at this too.

Savage Mark II BV

Prc329
12-24-2007, 10:44 AM
Whats the deal with the Mossberg 702? Turners has them for $100.

PistolPete75
12-24-2007, 10:54 AM
Whats the deal with the Mossberg 702? Turners has them for $100.

not so good reviews

i thinking, i'll just "borrow" my brother's ruger.

wildcard
12-24-2007, 11:06 AM
Also "borrow" that Bushnell he has laying around for it.

elroy
12-24-2007, 11:38 AM
get the marlin 60 , i have an old one and its very accurate , the best gun in the hundred dollar price range

bear308
12-24-2007, 12:22 PM
What's your mark for affordable?

These are pretty cool, my dad bought one a few years ago.
http://www.mtguns.com/cm-2.htm
damn good accuracy out of it.

There are others that aren't quite that much, but it's an interesting gun. Plus it say Kalashnikov on the side of it

OutlawDon
12-24-2007, 12:32 PM
Also look into CZ's line of rimfire rifles...good prices, looks, and build, with accuracy.


http://www.cz-usa.com/products_rimfire_rifles.php

Timberwolf
12-24-2007, 2:18 PM
Savage Mk II BTVS - it has a similar feel to the AICS stock.

bear308
12-24-2007, 2:38 PM
Also look into CZ's line of rimfire rifles...good prices, looks, and build, with accuracy.


http://www.cz-usa.com/products_rimfire_rifles.php

Very, very well done guns. My huntin buddy has a 453, shooting plates at Angeles with iron at 200yrds 50% hits. Amazing little guns.

AnniesGetYourGun
12-24-2007, 3:09 PM
Also look into CZ's line of rimfire rifles...good prices, looks, and build, with accuracy.

Ditto that. The CZ 452 ZKM Trainer is the best bolt-action .22 you can get for less than Anschutz prices. They are built to an adult size and are made of steel and wood; there's virtually (maybe literally) no plastic or aluminum in them. The trigger is adjustable; so are both the front and rear sights. The receiver is milled for an 11mm dovetail. The rifle should run around $310.00.

Black Majik
12-24-2007, 3:17 PM
+1 on the CZ 452. Best .22 bolt action rifle out there under $500 IMO.

rksimple
12-24-2007, 3:38 PM
I've shot a CZ 452 Varmint and its a sweet rifle. Very smooth and accurate. For the price, and for the purpose it would serve, the Savage MKII with the thumbhole stock would be better as a practice rifle. Dealer on those is around $260+s/h, don't know what street price is. It would be nice if we could get that barreled action and machine a piece of aluminum to accept the AICS skins and the action of the savage. That would be a great trainer.

PistolPete75
12-24-2007, 5:17 PM
I've shot a CZ 452 Varmint and its a sweet rifle. Very smooth and accurate. For the price, and for the purpose it would serve, the Savage MKII with the thumbhole stock would be better as a practice rifle. Dealer on those is around $260+s/h, don't know what street price is. It would be nice if we could get that barreled action and machine a piece of aluminum to accept the AICS skins and the action of the savage. That would be a great trainer.

if Joe takes the CNC class it should be do able. the block of aluminum runs about $180.