Going to cabelas tomorrow.
What 22lr should I buy?
XT-22TR or Ruger American Rimfire.
I have a 10/22.
American is 300 and xt is 220 bucks.
I want a bolt 22lr
Also future purchase thread.
my buddy has the xt 22 with a wood stock and detachable mag. it is a damn pretty rifle, you should get it, purely for the aesthetics.
im probably gonna get a hipoint 9mm in march or april.
im still debating on getting the 9mm or the .45 acp model,
>the c9 has issues feeding hollerpoints but i own the 9mm carbine so ill have common ammo for both guns which right now is ~400 9mm fmj
>the .45 acp is a fuck huge hand cannon that holds more rounds than a 1911 and its a damn .45
shit nigger ill just get both problem solved
if i buy both ill have a grand total of 3 hipoint firearms
why does everyone hate on hipoint? theyre damn near indestructible, will run just about any ammo, amazing warranty/customer service, and theyre made in america. plus they believe the 2nd amendment applies to poor people too.
>b-but theyre ugly
>killing is ugly
Objectively false, plus they have one of the best stock triggers I've ever felt.
>pic related was $260 at cabelas a couple years ago, with glass
fair enough. You gotta admit the laminate is sexy
Might buy one of these from my dad soon, forgot if it's a 659 or a 639 or 5906z
Superior and cheaper to all guns Op listed.
Of the two you've listed go with the ruger. The cross compatability with your 10/22 mags is fantastic. If your leaning towards the marlin just go with the savage fv then order a Rhineland stock. The marlins I've handled and shot didn't perform like i would hope.
Does anyone have experience with the mk II pro varmint with the adjustable comb? I'm considering getting one as my current riser placement absolutely kills my neck when I'm shooting downhill prone. Or should I just use limbsavers to increase the length of pull?
I'd probably look around for a CZ... I like my XT22 but it could be better... I wouldn't waste my money on a ruger...
Why? The XT22 uses the same magazines as the 795, 20moa base lets me dial out past 200 yards and I can still see impacts, sling to carry, bipod for stability...
OP here went to Cabelas today.
Didn't end up buying anything.
The xt-22 was okay but was gunked up with weird white shit in the reciever cover holes and the stock was sorta beat up.
The stainless one they had had retardedly canted sights.
I felt up a 22wmr ruger american rimfire and it felt really good. I liked the sight picture and cheekweld. Sadly they were sold out of 22lr and the nearby dicks had one with a canted front sight.
In other news I felt two cz centerfire rifles. Not sure if it was just because of the weight of the larger rifle but the american style cz stock I felt felt way more comfy to shoulder than euro style humpback stock.
I wish cz made a 455 american with irons. That shit was so cash to feel up. The one I saw was a 223 model but it felt so good just to hold.
The ruger was also very nice however. Now I have a hard decision ahead of me.
Gonna be my first gun, if my LTC app is approved. Only need to wait up to 2 months.
PLEASE BE ADAM SAVAGE PLEASE JUST MAKE MY DAY
I'll have AK and Ar
Ruger mini 14
And Then I'll stop for a while since my country only allows you to own 3 guns before requiring a gun safe which I will either buy later or build myself once some government bureaucrat asshole will kindly enough answers my request to know the required specs..
Although Adam Savage does typically use Macintosh computers and the keys don't appear to be the ones from his EDC video on Tested.
The walet looks right for what he typically carries and what he said he likes in the same video.
But the multi tool holster appears to be spot on exactly like the one he has.
Here are my future purchases:
>TBT XM8 kit
>some AR components
>maybe a 7.62x54r Vepr
I'm in the process of forming my trust. If it's done soon, I'm going to get the ball rolling on some Form 1 and Form 4s for SBRs and suppressors in the hopes that they'll be in before 41p goes into affect.
>>b-but theyre ugly
Exactly. The C9 has got to be the most aesthetically displeasing handgun out there. That being said, the Carbine is actually not bad looking and functions pretty well. My roomate has one and its fun as fuck, and decently accurate.
Actually getting ready to make one out of kydex. The aluminum keeps bending when I lean into it.
Who cares, you're gonna scope it anyways.
They're cheap but overall okay. I kept mine but there are aftermarket ones
>Magazines that routinely break
I have never experienced this.
Savages are amazingly accurate and reliable. The rest is inconsequential.
CZ-527 in 7.62x39
Enfield No.4 Mk.2
mauser c96 w/ wood stock
shit ton of ammunition
Optic for my Slr-104
mauser kar98k sling and cleaning rod
rip my wallet
Here is the cad file I'm working with for the kydex. The corner radii is set at .125" because I am working with 1/16" kydex. The embedded file is set to print 1:1, so then just cut out, and use spray adhesive to attach it to the kydex for cutting.
To varify that it printed in the proper scale, the furthest left dotted line should be .5" away from the black line to the right of it.
>do access archive, save picture, open in paint, save as 24 bit bitmap, and then open the bitmap in winrar or 7zip
Though I never really shot my Savage MkII past 100 or so yards, my irons really did well on my Savage, I often referred to it as my laser. In fact they were so good I was very apprehensive to put a scope on. I also do prefer my wood stock to the plastic ones on the ones that my friend owned, but they didn't seem too bad. I've also never had a problem with magazines, I quite like them. That's been my experience with the MKII, it's one of my favourite rifles in my collection.
Speaking of the Model 60, are the current production models good? I'm thinking of picking one up to add to the collection, because I've heard the accuracy and feeding are both really good.
sent off money for an MM21E with 23E kit and some extras. it will be a sear host for a spare Fleming sear i have kicking around.