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Magnum Lite 22lr by Magnum Research

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by kanuist, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. kanuist

    kanuist SW Washington Member

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    Anyone out there tried one of these? I'm very interested, but can't find anyone in Washington or Oregon with one in stock.

    I like the MLR22AT with the ambi thumb hole stock and the MLR22TB Tactical with adjustable butt stock.

    I'm hoping that someone out there has one that I can check out before I order sight unseen. I'm in SW Washington. Thanks
     
  2. Key-Hay

    Key-Hay North Carolina Active Member

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    Why not just build one. I did these for me and my junior shooter

    Start with a 10/22. $179
    Boyd evolution stock $99
    Pack Lite barrel $200
    Rail mount $20
    Target hammer group $45

    Save $100

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  3. kanuist

    kanuist SW Washington Member

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    Yes, I could do that. I just really like the new magnum research guns.
     
  4. brushbuster

    brushbuster Oregon City OR New Member

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    I used a Magnum Research barrel on my 10/22 for about 8-10 years with great results. It was only swapped out so I get set up with a threaded barrel for my first suppressor. I highly recommend them based on my experience. In fact, I am close to putting it back on another receiver and building up a second 10/22 because i liked that barrel so much. I have no experience with any other parts that they offer. Good luck and happy shooting.
     
  5. OldGuyPhil

    OldGuyPhil Longview New Member

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    I've had a few of them.
    They're pretty good. I've had a couple of minor issues, and the factory took care of them.

    I really like the scope mounting on them.

    For me, a gussied up Ruger doesn't do it for me, even at $100 cheaper. It's still a Ruger no matter how much polishing you do.