I have a Marlin model 882 ss micro-grove .22wmr
with a synthetic/black stock. Okay....
I'm trying to make this short and to the point...
Ive had it for years..
1) I hate synthectic stocks, which I know I can replace that.
2) It needs a new front sight, no problem.
3) Ive had this rifle since about 2002 and got it used and slapped a tasco
3-9x40 on it and got it zeroed in. Havent shot this rifle in some time, but, I'm
wanting to get it out and put a good scope on it and front sight and use it for hopfully, some up close coyote hunting.
I reckon my question is, as I know your a Marlin kind of guy...
How accurate can this rifle be?
Im trying to make the decision as wheather to keep it or go for another one.
Before I go putting any $'s in it.
I appreciate any and all comments/thoughts!
EDIT: Also, do you have any links where I might find a good wooden replacement stock for the 882ss, if I do decide to upgrade?