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Check out this Walther .22 with a Carbon Fiber stock.

 

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I've taken a close look at one before, it would be a great plinker.  They can be converted to left hand, that makes me happy.  Heck if someone really wanted to blow money on one, put a M6 illuminator laser/light, a dot sight of some type, and a vertical grip on it.  It's got all the rails for it so hell why not.  He he

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Is it a bull pup????  Where does mag go?
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The factory stock has two mag wells in the buttstock.  One for a spare mag and then the other for making the thing go bang.
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I just read in a gun magazine (sorry I don't remember which, I read too many of them) that it is indeed a bull-pup design.  One of these would sure make a great complement to my Walther P22, which is a great little pistol.
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I looked at one in a gunstore the other day.  I almost bought it.  It has an unusual balance due to being a bullpup, but is otherwise very comfortable.   I am going to do some more research to it to see if it has a reputation of being finicky with ammo (I've heard that Walther pistols are a bit picky).

 

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This is my idea of a nice german-made rimfire, I'm going to buy one as soon as I can afford a nicer scope to replace my Vx-II 6-18 on my AR varmint gun (and then I'll move my Vx-II over to this one below)

 

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friend had one at the range the other day and i was not impressed at all,spend youre mony on a ruger 10/22.
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Ruger 10/22's are the best but you can't pick them up at least where I live for less than $300.
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wow, i know Big 5 has them on sale for under $200. (west coast sporting goods store)
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