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I'm looking for a .22 on a small budget. What is the best bang for the buck? The rifle will be used to shoot small farm vermin

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  • Mike Plotner
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    NNOOOOO!! get you a henry you can pass it down to your grandchildern and them to theres!! it also looks pretty to

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with Scott in Ohio and + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • mcdlacrosse9
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    Ruger 10/22 is very effective for the price and you can find some great deal since there are so many of them around. They also offer a good deal of accessories for them (especially bigger mags) that really help with pest control and make target shooting much more fun.

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  • maj1996
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    they have a very nice marlin at wall mart . Itis semiatomatic.

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  • Storm Hall
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    The comment by Reid Jones surprised me alittle he has the ruger emblem as his ID and suggested a marlin. Just thought that was funny. Marlin does make a good .22 though

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  • hunter99
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    I would either get a marling or a ruger long lasting not the most exspensive and last for ever.

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  • jbird
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    Same as above, Ruger 10/22

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  • fisher girl
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    I have a Ruger 10/22 and I'm very happy with it. I don't use it for varmit control, though it would probably do the job.

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  • TonyK
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    Thanks for the help, it sounds like the Ruger 10/22 may be the way to go!

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  • BlackWater
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    I have to agree with the Ruger 10/22. Plus if you ever wanted to upgrade down the road they make conversion systems to make it into a Mach22. The 10/22 is very customizable.

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  • Big O
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    RUGER 10/22. You can get one in a pawn shop for $100.00 + and if "shot out you can "gunsmith" it yourself.

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  • matouse3
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    I'll throw another one in there for the Ruger 10/22, Savage also makes a fine .22, for the bit less.

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  • Teodoro
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    If you're in Penna., it's worth noting that the 10/22 isn't a legal hunting rifle. If it's vermin on your own farm, I'm not sure how much you'd care, but it's just out there for consideration.

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  • idahooutdoors
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    Ruger 10/22, hard to beat for a knock around varmint exterminator....

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  • GiantWhitetails
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    marlins wont let you down

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