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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by kooman, Jan 14, 2013.
Wow, by looking on gun broker it looks like i wont be finding a 10/22 td any time soon!!???
Fortunately I got mine a couple months back. Cabela's had one in stock at $349 and I grabbed it. Señora R. said 'Merry Christmas' so it worked out OK.
Thought I overpaid for it, but now seeing regular 10-22's at stupidly high prices. Can't say how things are going to go, but at least I got the goodies I wanted before SHTF.
And a pie in the face to Obongo for being gun salesman of the year for the fifth consecutive time!
Ronaldo, re-educator of democrat-biting dogs and rabid consumer of enchiladas
Last time I checked, Bass Pro Shop and Academy Sports were fully stock on those. Not very popular on my neck of the woods.
I like mine!
A local CT shop has them for $299. They won't ship at the moment with all the craziness going on.
Wow. When was the last time you checked? Here in Louisiana there are no 10/22's of any kind to be found any where.
my most recent 5 purchases in 2012 were in preparation for what is happening right now. they were:
Kel Tec PMR 30
Romanian mini Draco
Colt LE6920 M4
Ruger 10 22 take down
slide fire solutions bump fire stock for AK 47
I knew this was coming and I have been preparing for it for the past 5 years.
dang, these were everywhere a few months ago
I bought a 10/22 sport model for $200, and I'm planning on getting the ATI foldable stock for it...win-win.
Even though I have 2 "standard" 10/22s I wasn't a big fan. I handled the first TD to show up at a shop in my area and bought it on the spot. I like it a lot.
They are out there but it takes a bit of work to find at the moment.
Well i went to scheels today to see all the empty gun racks and they were stocked with 10/22s, they had my take down for $299. so it had to come home with me. Whats the deal with people going crazy on gun broker buying 10/22s? Scheels had about every one in stock.
Congratulations. we told you not to worry.
It's a reliable, accurate semiauto rifle that can use hi-cap mags and ammo is cheap and most gun owners already have thousands of rounds on hand.
Like I said....simple
No worries, word has it they'll be discontinuing the 10/22 in favor of a reduced capacity 7/22.
Same here. Plenty of ammo and mags. And a TD 10/22.