Semi-Auto Rimfire Target Guns, what do you like??
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    Well I just bought a Ruger mk2 target stainless, bull barrel, three mags and a Tasco red dot for $200.
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    Don't snicker, but picked up a new Taurus TX22 for 200 bucks and got a 50-dollar rebate from Taurus. Not a target gun but reasonably accurate and a fun plinker. Better than the Ruger SR22 and S&W .22 M&P I had. Holds 16 rounds and runs pretty good especially with Federal ammo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCosta View Post
    Don't snicker, but picked up a new Taurus TX22 for 200 bucks and got a 50-dollar rebate from Taurus. Not a target gun but reasonably accurate and a fun plinker. Better than the Ruger SR22 and S&W .22 M&P I had. Holds 16 rounds and runs pretty good especially with Federal ammo.
    No reason to snicker if someone gets what they like, want and it works for them!
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    Buckmarks can easily be customized to whatever level you like.
    My "Hunter" has Niles Grips, a Tacsol Barrel, Aimpoint Red Dot, and Volquartson Internals.
    For bullseye work, it's reliable and spot on.
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    With a little customizations you can get a fine target 22 with a victory I have had and sold both the 422 and 622 but I really prefer the victory over both of those and mind you it's a personal choice you do what's right for you but this victory is a tack driver
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