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geez, go to Walmart, LOL

 

The best thing about .22 rifles is they are cheap.

 

do you walk gunshows?  there are always 100 dollar rifles there.

 

I feel your pain. can't have enough

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geez, go to Walmart, LOL

The best thing about .22 rifles is they are cheap.

do you walk gunshows? there are always 100 dollar rifles there.

I feel your pain. can't have enough

I haven't been to a gun show in a couple years. I end up walking out way over budget. I may go and buy a new one but wanted to see if someone had an old beater sitting in the corner. I love my M&P 15-22 but sometimes a fella just needs an ol' rifle.

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I always seem to be able to find a 100 to 150 dollar .22 at a show.  Most of them are worth half that but all rifles need some love.

 

Really that kind of money is peanuts and those rifles are easily turned over when done messing with them.   That is what I like best.  You can learn about a rifle and fix it up, make is a shooter for pennies then turn it over when you are ready to move on,

 

and forgot to mention, it never hurts to ask.  No telling what could be kicked up.  

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I have an old Sears model 2A (Winchester 141) 14 shot bolt action butt feed........every time I think of selling it I have to think WHY? It is better to keep it as I could never replace it for what I could sell it for!

I am on the prowl for and old one and am gonna keep looking. About 7 years ago an angry ex stole my early sixties Sears and Roebuck Higgins bolt 22. It was my grandfather's and was beat all to hell and there was major slop in the bolt but I loved to shoot it. Killed a many a squirrel with it. I still have his mid 70's Remington 1100 which looks like a brand new one and a .30-06 Woodsmaster.

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