Looking for cheap .22 plinker

Discussion in 'Rifles Wanted' started by samuelm16, Nov 11, 2013.

  1. samuelm16

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    Trying to find any kind of .22 rifles for under a hundred bucks
     
  2. dwaineshort

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    I have a marlin model 60 I would let go for $70.
     
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    If you werent in washington id love to have it one of my favorite 22s but transfering it would probably be a pain thanks though!D
     
  4. dwaineshort

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    Sorry, I was told by 3 firearms shops in Oregon that I didn't need an FFL transfer for a person to person across state lines for A rifle. Everything I see online says otherwise.
     
  5. BVB

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    sam, bolt action or semi auto, which are you looking for?
     
  6. samuelm16

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    Anything really not really interested in youth size guns though just trying to rebuild after selling off
     
  7. jbett98

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    PM Sent.
     
  8. samuelm16

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    Ttt and thanks again jbett98
     
  9. KAYL

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    still looking?
     
  10. lucky guy

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    Misunderstanding somewhere, I don't think that's correct. Call BATF in Seattle, always helpful when I've called them with a question.
     

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