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The Best Autoloading .22s

Marlin Model 60

Marlin Model 60

Marlin Model 60

Since its introduction in 1960, it has continuously represented one of America’s finest rimfire values. It has a 19″ Micro-Groove rifled barrel, a cross-bolt safety, manual bolt hold-open and a patented automatic “last-shot” bolt hold-open. The tubular magazine holds up to 14 Long Rifle rounds. With features such as its sleek walnut-finished hardwood stock and a precision-crowned muzzle for enhanced accuracy, it is easy to see why the Model 60 continues to be one of America’s best-selling rifles. The Model 60 is well suited for small-game hunting and vermin control, as well as for serious but low-cost target practice while preparing for hunting with larger rifles. The relatively large ammunition capacity is adequate for casual recreational target shooting, plus the low price and ease of handling makes it well-suited as a first rifle by young hunters just learning to use a semi-automatic rifle.

Browning SA-22

Browning SA-22

Browning SA-22

Few auto loading rimfire rifles have endured the test of time and the marketplace like the Browning SA-22. It stands alone as one of the first auto loading rimfires, and one the most desirable rifles ever made. The SA-22 was one of the last of John M. Browning’s designs, and his genius shines through in every feature. The slim, stylish forged steel receiver and slender barrel takes down into two compact units without tools. The SA-22’s tasteful engraving and select walnut make it an object of lasting beauty and enjoyment. Owners enjoy these rugged rifles both in the field and as heirlooms. The SA-22 is a takedown autoloader with a bottom ejection. The rifle has a scroll design, and a polished, blued finish. The front sight is a gold bead, and the rear is an adjustable folding leaf. Browning drilled and tapped the barrel to accept a scope mount. The tubular magazine holds ten rounds, and loads from the butt of the gun. No other auto loading rifle has the character or beauty of the Browning SA-22.

Remington Model 597

Remington Model 597

Remington Model 597

The Model 597 is easily the most advanced autoloading rimfire rifle ever built, and the most technologically advanced breakthrough in autoloading rimfire rifle technology in 35 years. The difference starts with the proprietary bolt-guidance system, which features a unique set of twin tool-steel guide rails for better stability, feeding reliability and greater out-of-the-box accuracy. The bolt, hammer, and sear of the Model 597 all feature an exclusive nickel-Teflon plating for smooth, dependable operation and an ultra-crisp trigger pull. To assure reliable, long-term accuracy, Remington also incorporated a unique positive-locking, permanently rigid barrel attachment clamp. Receivers are grooved for standard rimfire mounts and tapped/drilled for Weaver-style bases. Completing the breakthrough design are an innovative last-shot “hold open” magazine feature and Remington’s patented, easy-to-use staggered-stack magazine.

Mossberg 702

Mossberg 702 Bantam Plinkster

Mossberg 702 Bantam Plinkster

Whether your idea of fun is chasing after small game, serious marksmanship practice, or just plinking around, you’ll find a new best friend in these perfect go anywhere, do anything kind of rimfire .22s. Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos (CBC) manufactures the Model 702 in Brazil, and Mossberg imports the rifle under their name. It is essentially the CBC Model 7022 restyled to Mossberg’s specifications and previously sold under the MagTech brand name. The “Plinkster” name was previously applied to a different .22 semiautomatic rifle made and sold by Mossberg. “Plinking” is a popular term for informal recreational target shooting. It is available with many combinations of barrels and stocks, from synthetic to maple stock, and from chrome to blued steel barrels. The blued barrel is 18 inches long and the chrome barrel is 21 inches long. Mossberg modeled the bolt and receiver design after the Model 70 variant of the Marlin Model 60, but the ejector, firing mechanism, and feed system are different. Perfect for hunting or target practice, the Plinkster gives its owners maximum value for their dollar.

Ruger 10/22 Carbine

Ruger 10/22 Carbine

Ruger 10/22 Carbine

The Ruger 10/22 is an American classic. Simple and robust, its durability and reliability are legendary. This is the standard, classic configuration 10/22, featuring a hammer-forged 18.5” barrel, crisp single action trigger, extended magazine release, and hardwood stock. The rear iron sight is adjustable and the front iron sight features a gold bead insert. Ruger grooved the receiver for standard rimfire rings, and drilled and tapped it for a scope mount. A Weaver style scope base is also included. This 10/22 comes with a removable ten-round rotary magazine that fits flush with the stock, but it will accept factory and aftermarket high capacity magazines, including 50 round drums! With a bit of oil on the bolt and high quality .22 LR ammunition, your finger may get tired from pulling the trigger, but the Ruger 10/22 will still be ready for more!

Yea, We Just Got Cheaper…er Than Dirt!

CTD Rob says, why spend more than you have to? Mostly because I’m cheap, that’s why. Okay, you know how our guns are already priced really low? Well guess what, they just got cheaper! We just dropped our pricing on ALL of our firearms to just over distributor cost just in time for holiday shopping. These all new lower prices are guaranteed through December 31, 2011, and does not include MAP firearms.

Here’s a sampling of a few of our top selling guns. How are we not losing money on this you ask? Actually, I have no idea, that isn’t my department. I do know, however, that I will be spending part of my hard-earned paycheck on one of these little gems.

Springfield XD Compact with Essential Pack: Cyber Monday Sale Price $375.95

Springfield Armory XD Sub Compact

Springfield Armory XD Sub Compact

 

Item: 2-SPXD9801HC 9mm

Item: 2-SPXD9802HC .40 S&W
The Springfield XD9 sub-compact is a smooth shooting little gun that is easily concealable, yet holds 13 rounds of 9mm ammo in its flush-fitting magazine. The Essentials Pack includes a 16 round extended magazine as well. The included Springfield X-Tension grip adapter slips over the extended magazine, giving you the option of a longer full-sized grip with the full sized magazine inserted. The Essentials Pack also includes a hard case, cable lock, bore brush, and the owner’s manual. Corrosion-resistant Melonite coats the XD’s barrel and the slide. The XD sub-compact is topped with steel 3-dot high visibility sights. Multiple passive safety devices including a grip safety prevent accidental discharge, but there is no active safety button to fumble with in a life-threatening situation. The XD sub-compact has an excellent reputation for reliability, durability, and accuracy, even though the barrel is just 3 inches long and the overall length is only 6.25 inches. Both novice and experienced shooters will find the XD sub-compact controllable and comfortable to shoot.

Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: Sig Sauer P250 Compact

 

Springfield Armory XD(M) Compact 3.8: Cyber Monday Sale Price $575.95

Springfield Armory XD(M) Compact

Springfield Armory XD(M) Compact

 

Item: 2-SPXDM9384CSHC

The XDM took what was great about the XD and made it even better. The XDM Compact is a bit bigger than the XD sub-compact, with a 3.8” barrel and an overall length of 7”. It comes with two magazines each holding 16 rounds of .40S&W firepower. The XDM contains a match grade, melonite coated barrel, stainless steel slide, and steel 3-dot high visibility sights. The minimal reset trigger helps keep all those rounds on target. The XDM Compact comes with the XD Gear System, consisting of an XD Gear belt holster, XD Gear double magazine pouch, XD Gear magazine loader (it’s a real thumb-saver), cable lock, and owner’s manual. A loaded chamber indicator provides visual and physical confirmation that there is a round chambered. Multiple passive safeties including a grip safety prevent accidental discharge, but there is no active safety button to fumble with in a life-threatening situation. The XDM Compact has an excellent reputation for reliability, durability, and accuracy. Both novice and experienced shooters will find the XDM Compact controllable and comfortable to shoot.

 

CMMG M4 LE Semi-Automatic Carbine: Cyber Monday Sale Price $689.95

CMMG M4 LE Semi-automatic Carbine

CMMG M4 LE Semi-Auomatic Carbine

 

Item: 2-CMMGM4LE

The CMMG M4 LE features a 16” barrel made from mil-spec certified 4140 chrome-moly vanadium steel, coated with CMMG’s proprietary “WASP” nitride finish for corrosion resistance, reduced wear, and reduced friction. The 5.56 NATO chamber leads to 1:9 twist rate rifling. M4 handguards with heat shields protect your hands, while an A2 flash hider protects your eyes. The flattop receiver comes with a flip-up iron sight installed. The forged lower receivers contain a mil-spec semi-auto trigger and mil-spec .250-inch diameter take-down pins. The forged upper receiver has a forward assist, brass deflector, and dust cover. The 1913 Picatinny rail on the upper receiver is T-marked, and the receiver and barrel feature M4 type feed ramps. A 6 position adjustable stock makes the M4 LE comfortable for shooters of different sizes. A 30 round STANAG magazine is included, as well as the owner’s manual, and each M4 LE is head spaced and test fired before it leaves the factory.
 

Pocket Gun That’s Easy on the Pocket Book

Taurus 738 TCP

Taurus 738 TCP is the lightest Taurus in the handgun lineup Featuring a 6 or 8 round magazine, a durable polymer frame, and low-profile fixed sights. Blued, stainless, black stainless, and titanium. Also featuring loaded chamber indicator and ambidextrous magazine release. Perfect for concealed carry or a pocket gun.

Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: Taurus 738 TCP

 

 
 

CMMG M4 LE Semi-Automatic Carbine: Cyber Monday Sale Price $689.95

CMMG M4 LE Semi-automatic Carbine

CMMG M4 LE Semi-Auomatic Carbine

 
Item: 2-CMMGM4LE

The CMMG M4 LE features a 16” barrel made from mil-spec certified 4140 chrome-moly vanadium steel, coated with CMMG’s proprietary “WASP” nitride finish for corrosion resistance, reduced wear, and reduced friction. The 5.56 NATO chamber leads to 1:9 twist rate rifling. M4 handguards with heat shields protect your hands, while an A2 flash hider protects your eyes. The flattop receiver comes with a flip-up iron sight installed. The forged lower receivers contain a mil-spec semi-auto trigger and mil-spec .250-inch diameter take-down pins. The forged upper receiver has a forward assist, brass deflector, and dust cover. The 1913 Picatinny rail on the upper receiver is T-marked, and the receiver and barrel feature M4 type feed ramps. A 6 position adjustable stock makes the M4 LE comfortable for shooters of different sizes. A 30 round STANAG magazine is included, as well as the owner’s manual, and each M4 LE is head spaced and test fired before it leaves the factory.
 

 

Optics Ready Perfection

Bushmaster Optics Ready (O.R.C.) Semi Automatic Carbine

This top quality Bushmaster carbine was developed for the shooter who intends to immediately add optics (scope, red dot or holographic sight) to the rifle, as it is shipped without any iron sights. The premium 16″ M4 barrel is chrome lined in both bore and chamber to provide Bushmaster accuracy, durability and maintenance ease. Shipped in a lockable hard case with operation and safety manual, 30 round magazine and black web sling. One year Bushmaster warranty.

Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: Bushmaster ORC

So everyone, take your pick and decide which piece you want delivered. I for one, am leaning toward the Ruger. Mostly because I don’t want to mess up my Browning. Happy Shooting!

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ATF Opens Comment Period on Proposed Ban on Popular Shotguns

Following a study released last week by the ATF on the legality of importing shotguns with “non-sporting” features, many shooters and sportsmen expressed outrage. Following the release of that study, the ATF has opened up a 30-day comment period for feedback on its proposed ban on the importation of shotguns with certain “non-sporting features.”