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I you were to buy an accurate semi auto 22 rifle for a reasonable price would you buy this http://gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=134423299 or this http://gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=134509602
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Does it have a factory SS fluted barrel?
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http://www.clarkcustomguns.com   I'd get it made for me.  That way I get what I want and not what I dont want.
 
If I wanted accurate, I'd get a CZ bolt gun.  I'd lust for an Anshutz, but would buy the CZ.
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The Ruger is an outstanding 22 and shoots very well. I would take that over the Remington. But if it was me I would look at your local dealer, since the price they are asking is more than what my local dealer is selling it for.
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+2 on the ruger, I'd also look at the new weatherby auto.
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I'd buy a box-stock Ruger, put on a Tactical Solutions Barrel, and a stock that fit me well.


As for the Gunbroker ads, I don't like the look or feel of those stocks (looked at an old Fajen - or something - and it didn't fit me well.)
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The stock on Gun Broker have a weak point,drop it and it's done.
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

   I'd buy a box-stock Ruger, put on a Tactical Solutions Barrel, and a stock that fit me well.
 
 
 
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http://www.marlinfirearms.com/Firearms/SelfLoading/70PSS.asp
Model 70PSS Stainless
believe it or not this handy little thing shoots very well.  As for the Ruger I like the internal system best and the Tactical Solutions Barrel and stock sounds like an awesome idea as I bought a ruger 10-22 a few months back and was quite surprised to find out how poorly the stock barrel shot since I have had 3 others over the years that have all been exceptionally accurate with the stock barrel.
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While I wouldn't quarrel with any of the above suggestions, the TC R-55 is another nice semi-auto rimfire with a good reputation for accuracy.

http://www.tcarms.com/firearms/rimfireR55Classic.php
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I got me a TC R-55 benchmark model a couple of years ago, and LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ground Squirels HATE IT!
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Right now I'm leaning toward building an accurate 10/22 as my winter project.
After doing some research, it looks like there are so many drop in after market parts that I will probably attempt to do most of it myself in my basement.
Sam
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Good decision, Sam C!  
 
I refitted my Ruger 10/22 with a Volquartson trigger and a lightweight Butler Creek barrel.  It holds 1/2 inch groups at 50 yards with Eley 10X ammunition, even though it just has a cheap Bushnell 4x scope aboard and is still a light sporter-weight rifle.
 
With a Ruger 10/22,  you can pretty much make it whatever you want it to be (heavyweight, lightweight, etc.).  Be sure to use match-grade ammunition, though, if you really want to see what your rifle can do.
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Originally posted by SamC SamC wrote:

Right now I'm leaning toward building an accurate 10/22 as my winter project.
After doing some research, it looks like there are so many drop in after market parts that I will probably attempt to do most of it myself in my basement.
Sam



I recommend, at a minimum, better trigger, upgraded bolt release, and a better barrel.  I've had fantastic success with the Tactical Solutions barrels.

There is little more fun than putting a suppressor on a .22LR and popping squirrels with the noise of a pellet rifle.  My setup had taken a few squirrels and rabbits and is much, much fun to shoot!
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The Bass people have a special edition Ruger that has the American walnut stock with schnabel forearm, Fleur checkering with extended bolt release. It is a real looker.
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