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Old 12-06-2012, 09:37 PM   #21
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N0 10/22's here.
Semi auto rifles are only for pro shooters.
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:45 AM   #22
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I'm surprised she gets away with it.



They are so afraid that thier employees will quit, they do not discipline them at all. I am picking up another 10/22 today. Youth model with extra full size stock and barrel combo. One hell of a deal. $250.00 for the package.. Couldnt pass that up..


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Old 12-07-2012, 09:40 AM   #23
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They are so afraid that thier employees will quit, they do not discipline them at all. I am picking up another 10/22 today. Youth model with extra full size stock and barrel combo. One hell of a deal. $250.00 for the package.. Couldnt pass that up..

Nice! I saw a green laminated 10/22 here in Ephrata for $345. Thought it was really high.
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:13 AM   #24
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Morning all!

Just got a 10/22 synthetic stock carbine with the "LaserMax" attached to it. Been wanting a 10/22 for a long time. This was $329 at Gander Mountain, probably a bit pricey, but my wife liked it as well, so had to jump on the train.
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Morning all!

Just got a 10/22 synthetic stock carbine with the "LaserMax" attached to it. Been wanting a 10/22 for a long time. This was $329 at Gander Mountain, probably a bit pricey, but my wife liked it as well, so had to jump on the train.
I didn't look for a deal but the gun in paste has a high starting bid of $259 + 35 shipping + 25 FFl . So you did good on your Gander Mnt buy . I put 5 super low bids a week on NO RESERVE auction on GB and when I win one it is normal a steal . If the starting bid was lower my bid would be about $200 on that gun and only go to the high of $225 and stop there . Just remember there is a lot sharks in the EB and GB pool .

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=398106088
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I didn't look for a deal but the gun in paste has a high starting bid of $259 + 35 shipping + 25 FFl . So you did good on your Gander Mnt buy . I put 5 super low bids a week on NO RESERVE auction on GB and when I win one it is normal a steal . If the starting bid was lower my bid would be about $200 on that gun and only go to the high of $225 and stop there . Just remember there is a lot sharks in the EB and GB pool .

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=398106088
I would have had to pay sales tax also.
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Morning all!

Just got a 10/22 synthetic stock carbine with the "LaserMax" attached to it. Been wanting a 10/22 for a long time. This was $329 at Gander Mountain, probably a bit pricey, but my wife liked it as well, so had to jump on the train.
Right before Xmas, Cabela's had the LaserMax model 10/22 for $249. I kick myself for not jumping on that.
Please post a range report & let us know how you like shooting it with the laser. as I am still considering one. I have rimfire rifles & pistols, but do not own a 10/22...yet!

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I would have had to pay sales tax also.
That is another reason I live and love Tx . I only paid sales tax on internet stuff if the seller is in Tx .
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That is another reason I live and love Tx . I only paid sales tax on internet stuff if the seller is in Tx .
Washington State changed it about six years ago when they discovered they could track the sales with serial numbers.
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That is another reason I live and love Tx . I only paid sales tax on internet stuff if the seller is in Tx .
Missouri does the same. My problem is Midway, Graf's, Cabela's & Bass Pro are in MO.
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Missouri does the same. My problem is Midway, Graf's, Cabela's & Bass Pro are in MO.
I'll pay tax or shipping but not both. When Cabela's opened a store down south I stopped ordering from them. But then they built one closer so now I can order and pick it up at the store and not pay shipping. The state will sometimes try to bully others into collecting tax even though they have no store in the state. I don't do business with those.
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Right before Xmas, Cabela's had the LaserMax model 10/22 for $249. I kick myself for not jumping on that.
Please post a range report & let us know how you like shooting it with the laser. as I am still considering one. I have rimfire rifles & pistols, but do not own a 10/22...yet!
I'm probably going to head back to Gander Mountain and their indoor short (20 yard) range, just to get a feel for it. Once I find an outdoor range around here that doesn't charge an arm and a leg, I'll join up.
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Just thought I would start a 10/22 thread. I currently have six plus one Charger. Most are from the 60's and 70's but I do have one from about 2003. When I get home I'll put them all together and take a picture.
I now have twelve. They just seem to follow me home.
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Old 03-09-2014, 02:59 PM   #34
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We currently have one 1022, a mid 80s vintage Sporter Deluxe. Nice enough gun, but no tack driver by any means. We tend to be much more bolt gun shooters for the sake of accuracy. Each to their own, of course. Our different shooting preferences and experiences are what make this forum an interesting place.
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I still have two, an old walnut stocked blue carbine and a stainless 22" marked "Rifle" on the receiver, checkered hardwood sporter style stock. Both are scoped with 4X scopes and, while not tack drivers, they are plenty accurate enough for rabbit and squirrel hunting. I really enjoy shooting .22s, the little Rugers are fun rifles for the money.
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I agree, 1022s are plenty accurate enough for squirrel hunting, despite the myth that a squirrel rifle needs to be super accurate. I used a plain old 1022 carbine without scope, many times, back in my younger days, to fill the stewpot with squirrel meat. To me, squirrel hunting has always been more a matter of hunting skill than shooting skill. I remember many instances of taking people out in the woods to go squirrel hunting with me, then splitting up and finally getting back together at the end of the day. More often than not, they'd tell me they hardly saw a squirrel and came back empty-handed while I had a whole game bag full of squirrels. Squirrels who live out in the woods with all kinds of predators are a much different animal than the ones you see in your yard or the city park.
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I will give a local gun shop $300 1st or do without before giving walmart one dime of my money . I live in a small town and WM has ruin it with low wages and running small business out of business . If Chnia don't make it WM don't carry it . I bet if I gave you $100 for every USA made item they sell and you gave me $1 for every China made ones I would be the big winner . SORRY WM is a sore subject to me like obama .
I hear you Tx but the flip side is, they do provide jobs to people that otherwise don't have one and they provide products that the people otherwise can't afford. WM does carry some name brand products. I always try the buy America and support my local businesses but try to find American made, it's really tough! My GMC is made in Canada and my Ford was Mexico. My last car made in America was a Toyota!

We have a wage issue up here where the fast food folks figure they ought to be paid $15 per hour. When my family started out we got low pay but as we gained experience and training got better paying jobs. Better benifits came with better jobs and employers offered insurance to get better employees. Now employers are "forced" to provind what the government wants, not what the people want.
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Hardly anything is made in America anymore. And what is is usually only assembled in the U.S.A. from parts made overseas. I have a Craftsman screwdriver that was assembled here. What that means it the detachable bits were not in the driver.
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My wife's brother inlaw worked where they forged the sockets for Craftsman.
They are out of business as of the last quarter and he got laid off.
The Craftsman sockets are headed over the water.
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My wife's brother inlaw worked where they forged the sockets for Craftsman.
They are out of business as of the last quarter and he got laid off.
The Craftsman sockets are headed over the water.
The Chinese can't make tools that are worth anything.
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