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Thread: Which 22lr for sporter/hunter competition

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    Boolit Master GARD72977's Avatar
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    I didnt mean to offend the CZ crowd. I chose the Anchutz because of Trigger, Weight, and stock. I work 2 jobs so I have more money than time. I didnt want to mess with the gun to get it ready.

    I understand that the equipmentis a small part of success in competition.

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    I'm pretty sure no one here is going to say buying an Anschutz 54 is a mistake. In the long run, going straight to the "not dorkin' around line" will save you spaces in the safe.
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    I wanted a 1710 in the fiberglass stock but I just couldn't go the $1800 price tag.....I saw a guy shooting a BRNO Mod 2 at the state champ shoot .... I loved it... Found a nice one... Bought it. Shoots better than I do...

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    This has been one of the more educating threads on this forum. Learned a lot, thanks fellows.
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    I have around 16 22 rifles left. Been getting rid of ones I don't shoot. My favorite do everything
    22 was a 10/22 Sporter for years. Is a early gun and did have trigger done, way back before the
    10/22s were cool. When 77/22 came out I bought first one I could get my hands on. Blue &
    Walnut, got a trigger job and put a Redfield 4x on it. This rig has out shot a lot of more expensive
    rifles in Hunter/ Sporter class events. But like everything else I don't know if the new production
    guns are up to standards that were used in 80s. I had a Finn Fire that would out shoot the 77/22
    off bags but I couldn't shoot it offhand as well as 77/22. I tried using 513T, 52B and a BSA Martini
    Target, they were to heavy for me.

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    28" barrel on the CZ trainer....

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    I sent the Anschutz for a wild Pharr style stock. It will be pillared and bedded. Got a set of 1.43" Morr Accuracy rings and a 25x Leupold. Cant wait to get it back. Have not shot it yet!

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    Then you'll be looking for the ammo it likes. Champion Shooters and Good Shooting have some decent selections.

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    I found this place https://www.outdoorlimited.com/ShoppingCart.asp?

    There prices are better and decent selection. I need to find the right ammo for my 513 also. So far it likes Agulia match best. I found it for 3.95 a box. Thats a dollar cheaper than Academy.

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    Try Wolf or S-K - Good medium priced stuff..... I've had good luck with these.... The regular Agulia SE shoots good for the money.

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    There is something to be said about buying the best you can afford , congrats on the new rifle .

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    Buy it cheap and stack it deep , you may need it !

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
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