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good, accurate .22

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by SteveM, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. SteveM

    SteveM Oregon New Member

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    Im interested in a accurate .22 with possible bipod lower, power scope option.
    Looking for good experience for under $400.
     
  2. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    savage, accutrigger, bull barrel, bimart, mueller scope.
     
  3. numbnutz

    numbnutz molalla Active Member

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    ^^^^ this end thread. I have a savage mk II and am really happy with the accuracy.
     
  4. Skang

    Skang WA Well-Known Member

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    CZ 452 or 455 :thumbup:

    oh wait, under $400. well spend little more. ;)
     
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  5. Horses are delicious

    Horses are delicious Willamette Valley Active Member

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    Ditto. Then again, I use a Marlin model 60 with Redfield Revolution much,much more and still have $$$ left over for a gross of boolets.
     
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  6. Otter

    Otter Oregon - mid Willamette Valley Active Member

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    A good experience is a great way to describe my Savage Mark II BV model. Mine has a 4.5-14X Burris Fullfield II and I use a Harris benchrest bipod that tilts. I have about $600 into it. A decent compromise to keep you around $400 is the Burris 3-9x scope ($150) and a less expensive bipod. I like the Burris scopes because the ballistic plex reticle works great with rimfire ballistics, and they are a good value.
     
  7. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    i like burris scopes too.

    i have a savage 93R17FV i bought at bimart for $169 topped with a Mueller 8.5-24 X44 that i bought direct from Mueller for 159 plus frieght and a set of fity dollar luepold rings. this would leave enough change for a ten dollar chi-commie bipod keeping the package under four hundo.
    viola.
    thinking bimart just ran the savages for 179 again last week.
     
  8. PDXSparky

    PDXSparky Keizer / Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    bolt action or semi-auto?
     
  9. RifleEnthusiast

    RifleEnthusiast Close to Oregon City Active Member

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    Savage MK II + accutrigger + EGW scope rail. If you can find a CZ 453 Varmint that's another great option due to the set trigger.
     
  10. Tim K

    Tim K Colorado Member

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    My trainer rifle is a MK II in a "Tacticool" stock from Boyd's. Millett TRS-1 scope on a 20 MOA rail.

    I shoot down at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, and it will put 60 consecutive shots into 1/2". Mine is especially fond of Eley Target ammo.

    The adjustable cheek piece is home made.

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  11. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    Yep, CZ or Savage
     
  12. RifleEnthusiast

    RifleEnthusiast Close to Oregon City Active Member

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    My results with that same gun is @ http://www.northwestfirearms.com/ge.../108030-finally-group-im-proud-show-here.html , 15-18 rounds @ 50 yards in about 1".
     
  13. Tim K

    Tim K Colorado Member

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    That's good considering the ammo you were using. Go fork over $5 for a box of Eley and you'll see that shrink in half.
     
  14. SteveM

    SteveM Oregon New Member

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    Great info. Thanks
     
  15. oknow

    oknow amboy wa. Well-Known Member

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    glenfield mod 20 tasco scope $35



    well that was a few years ago
     
  16. NWGunner

    NWGunner Salem Active Member

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    Felt like chiming in. These guys said it, I've got both bolt and semi Marlins and Savage rifles and they are some serious tack drivers!! Semi autos are nice but my good ol bolt actions just seem to punch paper like heavyweights! Some of my old Marlins would amaze you with what they can do after 30-40 plus years of action and their iron sights. Let alone dial in that scope and paper as well as varmints have no hope! But off of what you sound like you are trying to achieve I'd say do up a savage with bull barrel and trigger upgrades and with some half way decent glass you'd be set. Let alone something really nice to look through like Tim K has on his setup and it's a done deal. Stocks are stocks if you know how to shoot but a nice aftermarket one can really make it a lot more comfortable when shooting so you can really snug that thing up to your cheek and you wont even feel that dreaded .22 recoil. :p I must say this, be careful as I can personally tell you that it's really easy to take a couple hundred dollar .22 into the AR/AK price realm. But at least you'll probably hit more then the AK could...:winkkiss:
     
  17. ZigZagZeke

    ZigZagZeke Eugene Silver Supporter Silver Supporter 2015 Volunteer

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    Here's what I used to shoot:

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    A Remington 513T. The money is all in the barrel and trigger. This rifle will virtually put every shot in the same hole at 50 feet from a rest. We always used standard velocity target ammo. The 10 ring on a 50 foot target is .25". You had to shoot 100 prone, high 90's sitting, high 90's kneeling, and high 80's standing to be "in the money" in a four position match. I would imagine that with today's optics at 50 yards it would be hard to beat. This one's going for $650. We used to pay $150 for one.
     
  18. ShootFirst

    ShootFirst Southern Oregon Active Member

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    I am going to go with this as well, these are bolt action and very accurate, a good scope and they are awesome.
    I use CCI Stingers in them and they work well.
     
  19. mr.revolverguy

    mr.revolverguy Ohio Active Member

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    50 yard and 100 yard reviews of different ammo between CZ452, Savage MKII TR and 10/22 Custom Build
    22LR Ammunition Comparison
    Rifle Fired Ammuntiion Group Size (Bold Indicates Smallest Group)
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 CCI-SV 0.481
    CZ 452 Varmint CCI-SV 0.960
    Savage MarkII TR CCI-SV 1.241
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 Lapua X-Act 0.451
    CZ 452 Varmint Lapua X-Act 0.510
    Savage MarkII TR Lapua X-Act 1.375
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 Fiocchi M320 Match 0.261
    CZ 452 Varmint Fiocchi M320 Match 0.945
    Savage MarkII TR Fiocchi M320 Match 0.680
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 Wolf Match Target 0.934
    CZ 452 Varmint Wolf Match Target 0.465
    Savage MarkII TR Wolf Match Target 0.974
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 RWS 50 0.682
    CZ 452 Varmint RWS 50 0.621
    Savage MarkII TR RWS 50 0.927
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 Lapua Center X 0.741
    CZ 452 Varmint Lapua Center X 0.413
    Savage MarkII TR Lapua Center X 1.275
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 Fiocchi SM320 Super Match 0.590
    CZ 452 Varmint Fiocchi SM320 Super Match 0.891
    Savage MarkII TR Fiocchi SM320 Super Match 0.629
    Ultimate Kidd 10/22 Eley Tenex Ultimate EPS 0.321
    CZ 452 Varmint Eley Tenex Ultimate EPS 0.505
    Savage MarkII TR Eley Tenex Ultimate EPS 0.595

    50yard review
    Day1 22LR Accuracy Test: Ultimate Kidd 10/22 Build – CZ452 Varmint | Day At The Range
    100yard review
    Day2 22LR Accuracy Test: 100 Yards | Day At The Range

    Hope this helps
     
  20. Dyjital

    Dyjital Albany, Ore Flavorite Member Bronze Supporter

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    Marlin model 60

    straight off the shelf it's very accurate.

    Then again if you want one to build upon, get a Ruger 10/22

    My Model 60 in unmolested condition shoots just as well as my Ruger 10/22 that's been built.