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22 ar's

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by jprj, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. jprj

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    Sir I very new to 22 ar's. I'd like to ask if this is okay.

    http://www.ruger.com/products/sr22Rifle/index.html

    or what brand do you think is good.

    Heard that colt's doesnt like armcor bullets. I want something that feeds well with a cheap amo.

    Please advise.
     
  2. Kaiser Soze

    Kaiser Soze Notorious

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    I don't know if that's readily available here in the Philippines yet, but since Twin Pines is the official Ruger dealer I guess they would be the first people I'd contact. Lookout for their pricing though.

    If you're looking for a reliable semiauto .22lr why not check out the 10/22 or those Marlin Semiautos? I've had both and they're reliable with Armscor. Just avoid the Thunderbolt, its a very DIRTY 22lr round.
     


  3. jprj

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    Have seen this actually from Lock and Load. Was told that this is around 35k.

    Will look for Marlin as you have said. Thanks.
     
  4. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Armscor has a 10/22 clone. Surely, the armscor ammo will work in them. :)
     
  5. jprj

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    Nice thanks. Any other tips?

    Sent through outdoor hub mobile. - jim jaucian
     
  6. Kaiser Soze

    Kaiser Soze Notorious

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    I hope this isn't against forum rules, but go over to rimfirecentral and EVERYTHING about .22's you can think of is there...and if it isn't, then some of the members there are true industry experts who can help you out!
     
  7. randr1979

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    sa totoo lang, armscor rifles perform very well.

    might not have as many doodads available as say ruger has, but if you can be happy with a local brand, armscor gets the job done.

    my experience mostly from rentals and borrowing, personally all i've owned in 22 is a golden 39 from marlin which in my book is the best lever action 22 money can buy.
     
  8. randr1979

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    sa totoo lang, armscor rifles perform very well.

    might not have as many doodads available as say ruger has, but if you can be happy with a local brand, armscor gets the job done.

    my experience mostly from rentals and borrowing, personally all i've owned in 22 is a golden 39 from marlin which in my book is the best lever action 22 money can buy.
     
  9. randr1979

    randr1979

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    sa totoo lang, armscor rifles perform very well.

    might not have as many doodads available as say ruger has, but if you can be happy with a local brand, armscor gets the job done.

    my experience mostly from rentals and borrowing, personally all i've owned in 22 is a golden 39 from marlin which in my book is the best lever action 22 money can buy.
     
  10. [ame="http://youtu.be/ry2aa8mVgOM"]http://youtu.be/ry2aa8mVgOM[/ame]

    Chiappa M Four - 22 looks nice
     
  11. A dream build of mine is a dedicated .22lr upper for my 5.56 Noveske. Now if only the panic buying will slow down so the components will be available again.

    Or perhaps some enterprising store will bring in complete CMMG or Chiappa uppers?
     
  12. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    Dr. B. Eye
    here are some .22LR used for ipsc mini-rifle competitions.

    ruger 10/22's, CMMG conversion kits and .22lr dedicated uppers, sig sauer 522, troy 10/22 chassis, boyd's stocks, kidd 10/22 aftermarket parts

    [​IMG]

    here is my dedicated AR .22LR build

    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2013
  13. itch

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    Doc EC question?

    A must ba an may dedicated upper for an AR conversion? Hindi ba ok pag yung conversion lang?

    Advance thanks.
     
  14. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    mas accurate yun dedicated .22lr barrel. yun mga conversion sabog na grouping sa 50m & up. although yung conversion ko with an elisco barrel mga less than 2inches naman grouping sa 50m. tumatama na sa mga 3x3 in plates out to 30-50m
     
  15. itch

    itch

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    Ahh.. Copy doc.

    Ano bang rifle twist ang ideal? Mukhang sablay ang barrel ko. 14.5 yung sakin 1/7 twist. Chrome lined. Sablay ba 'to doc?

    Thanks.
     
  16. Eye Cutter

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    Dr. B. Eye
    .22lr dapat 1/16 twist rate. elisco 1/12 twist rate so mas maganda gamitin for .22lr

    your gas port will be blocked by .22lr lead pag madalas mo gamitin. kuha ka nalang elisco barrel or try mo itong mod na ito.

    meron taga mindanao gumawa ng adapter sleeve for the stock ruger 10/22 barrel to fit into the ar upper. tapos bumili siya ng airsoft barrel sleeve nilagay nya sa loob yung ruger barrel. presto dedicated .22 AR na!

    ang galing!
     
  17. itch

    itch

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    Salamat doc.

    Hindi pala pwede set-up ko. Mukhang dagdag gastos pa. Stock 10/22 na nga lang.