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Old 11-21-2012, 8:10 PM
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I have a Rossi 22lr/20 gauge youth matched set for my "I can only have one SHTF rifle" http://www.rossiusa.com/product-details.cfm?id=70 It's a single shot shot so I don't have to worry about very many parts breaking, and I can quickly swap barrels and throw a 20 gauge slug or buckshot at anything larger than squirrel. Best part is it breaksdown and comes with a carry case that I've managed to cram 25 shotgunshells and 200 rounds of 22 into. All in 2ft by 4inch bag
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10/22. Lots of options and time tested.
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10/22TD makes a great package setup.

Marlin 60 doesn't need to worry about loosing a the mag.

Tube fed bolt gun will cycle ANY rounds you are able to find and again no lost mag worries.
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Ruger 10/22.

the 10/22 Takedown is looking good to me, and sometime after the new year begins i intend on picking one up.
Why wait, Turners has them on sale for $299.99 starting this Friday.
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Outlier... Henry Lever Action 22. Holds 15 rounds, clean it once a decade, and seriously accurate.
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Really hard to argue with the Ruger 10/22 logic. Reasonably priced, accurate, reliable, and parts will be everywhere if you ever have issues. I do own a couple 10/22s, but if I needed to rely on one to put food on the table in a SHTF scenario, I would chose my Marlin 880. For me it is considerably more accurate, and the bolt action is about as reliable as it gets.

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The 10/22 take down looks like a viable option but it carries a hefty price IMO. By the time you get out the door you will be spending $350. That's a lot of coin for a .22 rifle that has only mediocre accuracy out of the box. The magazine design in the 10/22 is great and hard to compete with but I'd have to say the Marlin 795 with the mirco groove barrel, light weight and reasonable cost would be my pick.
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My Marlin 795 with Tech sights, fiberglass stock with magazine pouch on the stock for two magazines ala M1 carbine, and sling makes a really handy, accurate, fast shooting and reloading and reliable firearm. It goes thousands of rounds without cleaning and always works. It can be shot one handed if needed. Having owned a 795 and 10/22 I feel the magazine changes are faster and more positive with the 795. For close in defense and game taking I like the 795 better.
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Why wait, Turners has them on sale for $299.99 starting this Friday.

price is right, nobody will say "no" to me, all the stars are in alignment... except it's too close to Christmas; have to get some presents for loved ones, not to mention almost $400.00 registration fees for my Silverado due in december. the 10/22 Takedown purchase has gotta wait until early in the new year. but, i'm looking forward to getting one.

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price is right, nobody will say "no" to me, all the stars are in alignment... except it's too close to Christmas; have to get some presents for loved ones, not to mention almost $400.00 registration fees for my Silverado due in december. the 10/22 Takedown purchase has gotta wait until early in the new year. but, i'm looking forward to getting one.

thanks for the heads-up.
You can put it on layaway with 30% the last day of the sale that gives you 30 days at which point you can start the dros and put another payment and pay the rest on the last day to pick up which gives you about 2 month putting you at the end of Feb.
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You can put it on layaway with 30% the last day of the sale that gives you 30 days at which point you can start the dros and put another payment and pay the rest on the last day to pick up which gives you about 2 month putting you at the end of Feb.

i like that math.

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Probably a savage bolt action, magazine fed .22lr or .22wmr. I like both of those rounds for different reasons.
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+1 on the 10 22 Take-down I got one a few months ago. And its quickly becoming my favorite rifle.
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I have an old 10-22.Never had a problem after many thousands of rounds.My son had a Marlin Papoose.Terrible!Also have a JC Higgins.Nice! But my favorite is my SW MP 15 22.Use CCI ammo and it never jams.Easy reloading mags with a spring pull,and very accurate at 100 yards.
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I choose my Sig 522 for three reasons.

1. .22lr round (round carry count is a plus)
2. It looks very much like its big brother Sig 556 so if SHTF it has the intimidation thing going.
3. It is what I have.
You forgot to add that the 522 is insanely reliable
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I've got a 22 conversion kit for my AR but I have been wanting to get a dedicated 22.

I've been debating between the AR7 and the 10/22. Sounds like the 10/22 is the clear winner based on posts in this thread.
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The 10-22 Takedown looks nice. You could break it down and put it in your pack without raising suspicions at checkpoints or when heading into town and wanting to keep a low profile.

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This (with one edit: The 10-22 Takedown is nice.)
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If you had to pick 1 rifle for SHTF what would you pick?

I like that the Marlin 795 is cheap and its light.

The Marlin XT-22 is a little heavier but feels pretty good. Would a bolt action be better for SHTF since less maintenace/parts?
For SHTF bug-in, I wouldn't choose a .22 as a primary weapon.

For most SHTF bug-out situations, I wouldn't choose a .22 - unless it's going in the wife's or kid's BOB.

For a situation where 95% of the population was wiped out and it was a survival bug-out, I'd take a .22.

In that case I'd choose:

1. Marlin Papoose 70PSS if you can find one. It's a takedown that's a pound and a half lighter than the Ruger 10/22 Takedown. Also good for GHB's.

2. Ruger 10/22 Takedown. Also good for GHB's.

3. Marlin 795SS.

4. Ruger 10/22 - K10/22RBPBTC.

5. Henry H001L.
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Ruger 10/22, Marlin Model 60, or a Henry Golden Boy. All of those are tried and true rimfires that would serve well in just about any SHTF situation. The tubular fed guns hold more than the standard 10-rd box mag for the Ruger 10/22, and best part, it's legal since they are tubular fed guns and are exempt from hi-cap laws because of the simple fact that they are tubular fed guns. Cheers! --1911ShooterPhil
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Winchester XTR9422 - Tube fed, lever action and deadly accurate.
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10/22 is a great .22 rifle. my first gun in fact.
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It depends on where I am, and what I'm doing with my situation, as far as what .22lr. For most situations I'd probably go with an AR and my CMMG conversion kit, bring a bunch of .22lr, and a few mags of .223, while only needing to carry the one rifle.

Sig 522 would be my second choice, because of reliability, still looks like a scary black rifle, and it is very compact when you fold the stock.
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It depends on where I am, and what I'm doing with my situation, as far as what .22lr. For most situations I'd probably go with an AR and my CMMG conversion kit, bring a bunch of .22lr, and a few mags of .223, while only needing to carry the one rifle.

Sig 522 would be my second choice, because of reliability, still looks like a scary black rifle, and it is very compact when you fold the stock.
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Outlier... Henry Lever Action 22. Holds 15 rounds, clean it once a decade, and seriously accurate.
Beat me to it.

My .22 rifle is a Henry Lever Youth. Short, light, takes .22lr and .22 short, which rocks when shooting Colibri/Super Colibri, which won't cycle a semi, and faster than a bolt action. Seriously reliable.

Kind of a PITA to reload though.

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I'd probably go with my old Win Model 62. It's an old pump, but she is accurate and reliable, and is the most modern .22 I have currently. Of course, thar breakdown 10/22 would be a very "nice to have."
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No love for the Henry AR7 survivial rifle? Been the go-to survival rifle since Eugene Stoner designed it in the 50's

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I went with a Marlin 795 because I got it on sale With the difference of a 10/22 I bought few bricks of ammo.
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I'm glad I'm not the only other person to say Henry lever action! Its durable and dependable, shoots ANY .22lr and it can be shot quite fast if the need arises. I love my tacti-cool AR22 (I shot Appleseed with it) but it's finicky with ammo and just a touch temperamental.
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I like that the Marlin 795 is cheap and its light.

The Marlin XT-22 is a little heavier but feels pretty good. Would a bolt action be better for SHTF since less maintenace/parts?
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Defense and a great way to feed yourself.
Heck...my great grandfather and grandfather used to hunt deer with .22 shorts!
I bought my son one of these for christmas. I will pick it up on the 4th of January. It was missing the front sight when I bought it. I e-mailed henry and explained the situation, they are sending one out. I also went to AR-7.com and bought a cammo soft case with outside pocket and locking zipper for 26 dollars, an extra front sight for 6 dollars and extended charging handle for 8 dollars.
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Ruger 10/22.

the 10/22 Takedown is looking good to me, and sometime after the new year begins i intend on picking one up.
I wonder why they include a head space tool with that rifle? Could it be it goes out of whack once in a while?
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The ruger 10/22 is just meh at best.

A Savage 64 is much more accurate and cheaper.
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I have a 10/22 but would probably nod toward the AR-7 if I had to be in survivor mode. Concealment would be a big issue and the AR-7 definitely has the edge, even over the 10/22 Takedown version. As long as it is accurate enough, then it is good to go!

PS- In a real live SHTF situation, my first grab would be the MINI-14 with a 30 round magazine. That rifle has range and knockdown power that a .22LR can only dream about.
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In a true survival scenario, I would go to my guns that no matter what caliber, works the same EVERY TIME! I see a lot of crappy "survival" guns that are lightweight but really unreliable. Go with what works.
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