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Thread: New 22 lr

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    New 22 lr

    Hi new to this site so it probally already been asked, but....
    For $1k bare rifle - what is the best straight out the box for bunny's

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    I think the Tikka T1x bare rifle is just over at $1099.
    That would be my first choice.
    2nd is the CZ457 Synthetic for $859.
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    Tricked out 10/22 or a basic 10/22 and loads of ammo.
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    Don't know what exp you have shooting, if you have to ask, I'm guessing not a lot. T1x is a preniun rifle that will hold it's value and be about as accurate as a .22 gets. With the safety of bolt action. My only complaint would be a lack of iron sights.

    Savage b22 would be another contender. And leave you more money for ammo and optics.
    Alternatively a good /proven second hand of any flavour, as come up on here now and then...
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    Cannot go wrong with the Tikka T1x. Typical Tikka accuracy and build, so you know it will perform.
    Also accepts T3 / T3x triggers and stocks, so you have a lot of options for customisation down the track.

    To get a 10/22 to shoot as well as a Tikka will most likely fall outside of your budget.... been there, done that.

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    Thanks for the replys

 

 

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