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    Accurate 22ís

    Anyone else into accurate 22ís? Iíve got few, Winchester 52C, Lithgow LA101, custom (by myself) built 10/22 only Ruger parts are the magazines and full custom built Stiller 2500X.

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    I'd like to say Yes, but I'm probably not as dedicated. I look for rifles with a good reputation and stick with SV ammo and generally work at doing the best I've can. I've never worked on accurizing a gun beyond installing lighter trigger springs in the CZs

    I've eyeballed the Lithgow rifles, since they make a LH one, but have not decided on one yet. How are they out of the box?

    I've got a build list together for Dlask, whenever they decide to sell a TUFF-22. I was going to go for a heavy Kidd barrel and bolt and possibly their MDT made chassis. That'll be a spendy one, so far as I define the term. Other consideration is perhaps the Ruger competition rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-II View Post
    I'd like to say Yes, but I'm probably not as dedicated. I look for rifles with a good reputation and stick with SV ammo and generally work at doing the best I've can. I've never worked on accurizing a gun beyond installing lighter trigger springs in the CZs

    I've eyeballed the Lithgow rifles, since they make a LH one, but have not decided on one yet. How are they out of the box?

    I've got a build list together for Dlask, whenever they decide to sell a TUFF-22. I was going to go for a heavy Kidd barrel and bolt and possibly their MDT made chassis. That'll be a spendy one, so far as I define the term. Other consideration is perhaps the Ruger competition rifle.
    Have you tried mini-mags in your CZs? I have found them more accurate than CCI SV or Eley Sport in the two that I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkR View Post
    Have you tried mini-mags in your CZs? I have found them more accurate than CCI SV or Eley Sport in the two that I have.
    I have the ones with the TV guy on the box, but did not find them any better. At least not at the 25m limit of the indoor range. Further out it gets a bit less distinct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-II View Post
    I have the ones with the TV guy on the box, but did not find them any better. At least not at the 25m limit of the indoor range. Further out it gets a bit less distinct.
    The mini-mag solids shoot a little tighter than the hollow-point "Chootem" brand; but the Chootems are slightly tighter than the SV in both my rifles. Both rifles will benefit soon from a Yo Dave trigger job; they could use it.

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    Accuracy out of the box is excellent with the Lithgow. I mounted a Weaver T36 scope and sighted in with a good lot # of SK Standard Plus, 1/2” groups at 50 yds.

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    Nice. They sure look good in laminate and silver.

    I keep holding out for Anschutz to bring back the left hand MPR, but I think my money is safe. I shot someone else's once and it was amazing, though I'm not sure what he fed it. CCI standard seems to work as well as anything of similar velocity in my guns, so I mostly use that.

    I tried the SK standard once but I didn't feel that I did any better with it, for the extra cost. It fair stinks too, lol.
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    I researched this a lot and the surprise favourite was the Savage BSEV, the wonky rainbow looking one with multiple layers of laminate.

    Do a quick Google search, it’s a tack driver. I’ll always regret not getting one when Cabela’s had it on clearance for $499.

    I want to give it to my kids as a futuristic “sniper rifle”.
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    I would have to say my Cooey.

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    My most accurate .22 is a Ruger deluxe carbine I bought in 1993.

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