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#26 BustaNinja

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Posted 30 December 2007 - 10:24 AM

I agree, Metal Bullet. I only shoot .22 in a Ruger 10/22 rifle, and a Ruger Mk II tapered barrel pistol. My


Does the Ruger have a wood stock? Those are beautiful guns.

Remingtons are good to. I used to own remington BB gun rifles and my friend has a ... don't know what model but has one of their .22s.



Piney is your gun like *wood stock*
*Not wood stock.*

I couldn't help but laugh. One of my friends has a Ruger 10/22 but his is a bit more tactical.
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Folding stock, laser sight, banana clips. Yes this sis a pretty accurate representaition of his 10/22. This however is not his. You really need to see that gun to believe it.
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#27 angrscottishkid

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Posted 30 December 2007 - 01:50 PM

I usually airsoft in my backyard, or the nature reserve down my street, so I stick with spring guns and a green gas sidearm. I'm really more of a paintballer.

p.s. The nature reserve is being cleared to build a gated community. Is that even legal?
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#28 Pineapple

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Posted 30 December 2007 - 03:00 PM

TMB; the 10/22 I have has a composite stock.

We live near the ocean, on a small island. We have very salty climate and high humidity which makes for a corrosive environment. I like the way the 10/22 wood stock looks. I wanted a stainless version, but I was short on funds and the blued version was right there for the taking.... impulse buyer I am.

I gotta keep it in a corrosion-resistant gun sock, and in it's gun bag, so it doesn't get those little red specks all over it.

My friend's 10/22 also has a similar composite stock, but he also has one of these unused... looks pretty cool.
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Bullpup stock from Muzzleite. I think he wants $100 for it, but I really do like the RB Precision Evolution stocks that BustaNinja is talkin' about. They have neat configurations, and since I probably won't be buying an assault rifle any time soon, this might fill the bill for a fun, pseudo-military plinker.
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Of course, again, .22 LR is a whole lot cheaper than a box of .223 ball ammo (AR-15 and variants). And I can feel like Rambo for the price of Scooby-Doo.



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#29 The Metal Bullet

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 03:34 PM

Piney, Over in Hawaii what are the shooting regulations? Such as closest distance you can be from a house and so forth?

Over here In Cali it is something like 1-2 miles you have to be from the closest house, That is unless your at a range.
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