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Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by nitetime, Sep 21, 2009.
How much do you think this puppy is going to cost??
LOL...when I saw this thread I thought "some guy is posting about his DUI".
FYI, an "SR-22" is a special high-risk insurance for people who've been convicted of drunk driving. I have no personal knowledge but I imagine it is very expensive...perhaps like this new Ruger offering...
SR-22 Not really that spendy what gets you is your required to have them 3 yrs.. depending on your state
I thought thats what he meant to..lol
the comments on the site say $625...
WAY TOO much for that thing.
It's gonna be too much.
Pimped and price jacked 10/22.
w/ msrp @ $625, my guess would be around $550. Thats a little high for me for a 10/22 w/ no sights.
Hmm...this looks familiar...
$199 plus your own 10/22 sounds a LOT better than $625. Ruger better bring this thing out on the cheap or people aren't gonna buy them.
If it ends up costing the projected $625.00, it's going to find some stiff competition from the GSG-5 (pictured below). I got a new Titanium model for my brother-in-law for $479.00 at the Gun Broker in Tigard. I think it's just as 'cool,' and I could buy a lot of .22 ammo for the difference in price!
An ugly expensive dressed up 10/22. I think the SW AR-15 22lr looks better. I'm really looking forward to the Sig 522 because of it's looks and name.
EEK.............One of my reps is sending one of these SR22s to me.
Hopefully it isn't still sitting on my gunshow table a year from now.:laugh::laugh:
Maybe you need to loan it to me to "Test Fire" ...
If it doesn't sell at the Canby or Portland gunshow, I may have to turn it into a full-auto.:thumbup:
I can't see this being popular among the AR crowd. 10/22 guys may like it though since it'll share parts with their standard 10/22 rifles.
For my money, I'd rather pick up a GSG or the M&P .22 AR.
or one of the colt/umarex models..
they ARE lame- but when you spend $400-600/month in ammo, if you can incorporate .22lr training, you can save thousands over the course of a year. including the cost of the gun.
personally, i've never been able to think of a way to do it.. so i have no .22lr guns nor conversions.