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Old September 13, 2012, 04:52 PM   #11
jimbob86
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If you want an investment, buy ammo and sell right before the election.

If you want a good .22 centerfire, at bargain basement price, a 722 in .222 would be the ticket.

It even eats less than a .223.

The only downside is that they did not use a very fast twist, IIRC- no heavy bullets ..... but if you can' kill a varmit with 55gr bullets..... I dunno ......

Also, the stocks on those will require a comb raising kit if you want to put very big glass on it, more than likely.
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