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    I want to convert my Ruger to look like this one:1226.jpgThis is the Ruger SR-22, using the same receiver that my Ruger has.
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    the sports shop down the rd stocks those @ 459.99. It'd be much cheaper to do the conversion. Have you guys ever checked out the "Cheaper than Dirt" catalogs? All kinds of aftermarket stocks.
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    Cheaper than dirt is a great place to drool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    the sports shop down the rd stocks those @ 459.99. It'd be much cheaper to do the conversion. Have you guys ever checked out the "Cheaper than Dirt" catalogs? All kinds of aftermarket stocks.
    Yeah, I've seen the Cheaper than Dirt catalogs, and the stocks in them are cool. I wouldn't buy the SR-22, if I did anything it would be the conversion.
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    Actually what I meant was that the picture was not as nice as the first one as I shot the 15-22 in a hurry. I wish I had waited on the 15-22 and got one with the threaded barrel so that I could suppress it later if I go that route. They also have a pistol version of the 15-22 that is awesome I could just imagine taking it into the woods during bow season and seeing the look on the game wardens face when I tell him it is a .22 pistol with ratshot. I need to get one more rifle and am thinking about either a AR-10 in .308 or going another AR-15 in 5.56 to get a more common round than the 6.8mm.

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    I'm thinkin the warden would poop bricks. Lol that is awesome! How bout an SKS. Very common cartridge,plenty of mods, insanely cheap to shoot. I need to get another one.
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    Sharxfan is the bell of the ball! I'd love to have an AR style gun to hunt with. The Remington R25 chambered in .308 would be a great addition to my arsenal, I think.

    I have a Savage .308 lever action model 99 (my deer rifle), a Mossberg 12 guage pump for birds (it was my best friend's, who was killed in Afghanistan. I'm holding/using it for now until his son is old enough), and my elk rifle which is a Remington model 700 wildcat (modified gun); 7mm Mag with the action replaced by 300 action so it takes 300 H&H cartridges necked down to 7mm. shoots a 165 grain ballistic tip @ 3200 fps. Yes it will reach out and touch someone, and no u can't borrow it lol.
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    Hawg, you are right about the SKS but I am liking the AR platform and am really leaning towards the .308 so that I have the common round and the ability to reach out and touch something. Hmmmm, may just have to buy both then dammit.

    Dammit wabbit you cut me off at the pass with the no borrowing clause. Although I have a friend in Kentucky that has offered to let me hunt his farm whenever I want and he even offered to let me borrow his .50cal rifle if I don't wnat to bring my own. Neighbors buying a .50BMG rifle soon may have to try it out one day although throwing $5 a round down range kind of kills me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharxfan View Post
    Hawg, you are right about the SKS but I am liking the AR platform and am really leaning towards the .308 so that I have the common round and the ability to reach out and touch something. Hmmmm, may just have to buy both then dammit.

    Dammit wabbit you cut me off at the pass with the no borrowing clause. Although I have a friend in Kentucky that has offered to let me hunt his farm whenever I want and he even offered to let me borrow his .50cal rifle if I don't wnat to bring my own. Neighbors buying a .50BMG rifle soon may have to try it out one day although throwing $5 a round down range kind of kills me.
    Wow .50 cal is almost overkill for anything in the Americas! I've dropped a couple elk with my .308, and it was my dad's gun of choice before he gave it to me. Not to say that it wouldn't be fun to shoot though $5 a shot is spendy though; at least when you shoot a $15 arrow you know you'll probably get to shoot it again...
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