Thread: Need A Good .22
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Old April 9, 2013, 05:59 AM   #36
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Ruger Mark is my vote. Smooth,accurate. Once you get the hang of it it breaks down with 1 pin. No tools required, except maybe a paper clip. My 22/45 has eaten everything I have put in it from wolf standard velocity to HV ammo. I dropped a cheep red dot on it and I can put a 4-5" group at 100yds with mixed ammo.
I have never herd anything bad about the buckmark either. And I owned a Neos. $250 and it is accurate and reliable.
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