any idea on tactical .22?

Discussion in '.22/rimfire' started by Ryals, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. Ryals

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    i have sevrel difrent types of .22 pistols and rifles but not a tactical one and would like to know what are some good ones to get any idea?


     
  2. Ninja Piper

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    They make AR .22s. I suppose you could hang all manner of tacti-cool stuff on it for a tactical. 22
     
  3. roggom

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    A lot of the major manufactures are jumping on the AR style 22 platform. Umarex distributes some real fun ones, I have the Walther/Colt M4 version, I like it and would be absolute perfect once I get a trigger job done. It is very very accurate and great for plinking and small game. The Umerax MP5 22LR looks BA. H&K 22 Rimfire - Home

    They are nice clones, but to me, tactical 22LR is kind of an oxymoron, unless Colorado gets invaded by bunnies. Then its total carnage...oh the horror....the horror.....
     
  4. Deersniper

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    The new Mossberg. There is a thread here on it, you should find it in search.
     
  5. GLS_1956

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    Well if you willing to go "Cowboy Tactical" Might I suggest the Marlin Model 39A.

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    This, or the rifle version.

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    ^ nice guns
     
  8. Ninja Piper

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    What guns? I must have missed them in the picture..
     
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    i love my sig 522 and its 25 round blackdog mags. 100% reliable even with bulk ammo.
     
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    I just bought a S&W M&P 15-22 at a local gun show for a good price. Son and I took it out today and put a couple hundred rounds through it. Great gun and we had a blast. I have no experience with regular AR style weapons but this one was light, shot great and I loved the adjustable stock and two size rear sight.
     
  11. Ten Man

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    That is an oxymoron of comparable magnitude to "deep fried sushi."
     
  12. Da Mc

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    There is a very good article in the December issue of American Hunter magazine. Maybe you could get it online. It listed 8 mfrs. Of popular tacical .22's. My choice would be the Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 because it's controls are just like the AR-15. A lot of the function buttons on some of the other mfrs. Are cosmetic.
     
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    My friend has a smith and wesson and its awesome great shooter seen it jam once but it was with remington ammo and we have had a few thousand rounds through. I'm interested in the mossberg because of price and I have a 702 and love it.
     
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    Personally, not a fan of the mossberg tac .22 when compared to the S&W M&P 15-22. Its the closest to the AR and its got a good warranty, it is pretty danm accurate with a pretty decently thick barrel for a stock .22, comes with 25 rounds mags, doesnt jam much..let see what else.... anyways, just my opinion. The S&W are a little pricey though.
     
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    I have these 22 rim fire guns there both great. I also have there big brothers. Much cheaper to shoot the .22 cal than .223 & 7.62's[​IMG]
     
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    GEEEEZZZZZZZ. I WANT ONE OF THOSE!!!!!!!




    the guns are not too bad eather.
     
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    Just look at the bones!!!

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  18. big shrek

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    There can be only one!!

    Anything less than a Calico is a waste of time as a "Tactical .22lr", IMHO
    Simply due to the fact of 100-rounds per magazine capacity.
    If you HAVE to use a .22lr for home defense, at least you'll be able to throw a LOT of 'em
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    Pistol version
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    And for 2010, Calico came out with a Tacticool Carbine version with a 4-way pic rail...
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    With 100-rounds per mag, you can throw a lot of little bullets really fast with the "Bumpfire" technique.
    The first 30 or so rounds will take out the first guy in the hallway, leaving about 70-odd for the next two guys...
    But chances are, after the first Bumpfire is heard, they'll be running like heck!!
     
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    Well, Shrek, are you gonna introduce your gun holder?

    Back to the thread...
    You can always build your own .22lr "tactical" and have fun doing it.
     
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