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SR-22 What cost??

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by nitetime, Sep 21, 2009.

  1. nitetime

    nitetime Springtucky Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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  2. raindog

    raindog Portland, OR Active Member

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    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...
     
  3. Nightshade

    Nightshade vancouver,WA Well-Known Member

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    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
     
  4. Weebs

    Weebs Clackamas County Member

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    the comments on the site say $625...

    WAY TOO much for that thing.
     
  5. fromotoc

    fromotoc Downtown Portland, OR Member

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    It's gonna be too much.
     
  6. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn In Utero (Portland) Well-Known Member

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    Pimped and price jacked 10/22.
     
  7. Anoobie Knewberton 47

    Anoobie Knewberton 47 Oregon Member

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    w/ msrp @ $625, my guess would be around $550. Thats a little high for me for a 10/22 w/ no sights.
     
  8. skud_dusty

    skud_dusty Salem, OR Active Member

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    Hmm...this looks familiar...

    http://www.archangelmanufacturing.com/

    $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.
     
  9. RVNvet

    RVNvet Beaverton Member

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    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!
    gsg-feature-shot.jpg
     
  10. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn In Utero (Portland) Well-Known Member

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  11. Misternt

    Misternt Salem Area Active Member

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    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.
     
  12. coctailer

    coctailer Portland, OR/Hastings, MI/Vancouver,WA I run with scissors.

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    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:
     
  13. nitetime

    nitetime Springtucky Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Maybe you need to loan it to me to "Test Fire" ...
     
  14. coctailer

    coctailer Portland, OR/Hastings, MI/Vancouver,WA I run with scissors.

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    If it doesn't sell at the Canby or Portland gunshow, I may have to turn it into a full-auto.:thumbup:
     
  15. s_ribs

    s_ribs Tigard, OR Member

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    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.
     
  16. Ben Beckerich

    Ben Beckerich NW Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    or one of the colt/umarex models..

    http://www.rainierarms.com/?page=shop/detail&product_id=1508

    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.