bolt action 22lr

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by dave72, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. mr.t7024

    mr.t7024 Member

    I have about 5 bolt action rifles, none of them Marlins,and I wish I had at least one or two. Listen to Big Shrek, he is right on the money.except he did not mention the Cliff
  2. G-Mann

    G-Mann Member

    Feb 4, 2009
    "Big Shrek did not mention the 881." So now I wonder. Is there something I am missing here? :confused:

  3. Snakedriver

    Snakedriver Active Member

    Mar 4, 2009
    SW. Florida
    My 1942 Remington 512 for the win. They typically sell for $150 t0 $200 in Pawn Shops across the Country. Very accurate & reliable. Shoots shorts, longs & long rifles without a hitch. It'll hold 15 LR's or 22 shorts it the tubular magazine. They made them from 1940 to about 1965, so there's plenty of them around.

    The target is with Federal 550 Bulk Box Ammo at 50 yards.

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  4. i have had my marlin model 81 for years it comes with the micro groove is a tube feed mag and will hold 20-35 shorts.i use it with cb caps for tree rats.the accuracy is on par with any of my other guns. old semperfi
  5. whizzer

    whizzer New Member

    Nov 7, 2012
    Any one have a 22 mossberg 342 or a westernfields 47C, which is a mossberg 45A. Both are well made and accurate. Westernfields made from 37-38. good quality .

  6. cpttango30

    cpttango30 Guest

    Like snake said. You can find Remington 5teen (510,511,512,513,514,521) in your price range. Trigger isn't all that good but they are shooters. Both of mine (511x and 513T) will hold 1" at 100 yards for 5 shots.
  7. 1LoneWolf75

    1LoneWolf75 Active Member

    Apr 29, 2012
    Farson WY
    Possibly look fer a remington 582 also. They are built like a high power and have a little longer barrel. When we got the rear sight fer mine, afore the front sight bustede I could shoot at 50 yrds a hole that a 12 gauge could slide in. With Iron sights. Will have to look fer the pic. Have a cheap tasco 4 power ($7 at wally worl) and we hit the primer on said 12 gauge shell. The 580 is a single 581 is a mag 10 rnds I think and the 582 is a tube 15 long rifles completely topped off.
  8. steve99f

    steve99f New Member

    Mar 20, 2009
    Eastern PA
    Find an older Mossberg, look for a 46 or a 146. Should be able to do that for under 200. They are as accurate a rifle as any made and 22 are very hard to wear out, like most 22's. They usually came with great sight systems too. Older Remington, Savages, and Winchester's will do well too. And Marlins.
  9. aa1911

    aa1911 Well-Known Member

    Dec 12, 2010
    Pacific Northwest
    looking around for a new bolt gun myself before long, Savage is looking mighty tempting right now, very good prices and I like their quality, seems to be holding up their good reputation (with me anyway).

    If you get a used one and don't know what the bore is truly like or if the gun has headspace issues, you will be out that money. If you buy a new one, you can always hammer the manufacturer until they deliver a solid gun. Just a thought
  10. huntingbro.

    huntingbro. New Member

    Dec 5, 2012
    Get a Marlin xt-22. I got mine at Cabela's for around $200. I didn't shoot it very often but it seems to be fairly accurate.
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