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Old March 27th, 2009, 09:41 PM #1
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IDF Ruger 10/22 suppressed sniper rifle

http://www.ruger1022.com/docs/israeli_sniper.htm
I found this to be interesting .
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That is interesting. Good find.
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Excellent article.....a few weeks ago there was as big arguement on RFC if a 10/22 can be "tactical" and this proved it so.
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[The test showed that the Ruger was more lethal then thought especially in upper body injuries.]

Those Isralies must not know what thier talking about! Why on some gun forums I've heard the armchair experts say a .22 will just piss off the person and they'll take the gun away from you and beat you to death with it!
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The supperessed 10/22 is the funnest rifle I own.
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mine was the funnest until yesterday when i picked up my AK47
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My "funnest" is a .22LR dedicated upper for an AR. The 10/22 is a close second.
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The supperessed 10/22 is the funnest rifle I own.
in its stock form it was fun, with the supressed sbr krinker plinker kit with folding stock, its downright insanity! its one of my favorite investments.
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Excellent article.....a few weeks ago there was as big arguement on RFC if a 10/22 can be "tactical" and this proved it so.
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But lets compare the Bubba's Tactical 10/22 with the Israeli "Tactical" 10/22




I'm not saying the second gun isn't a fun paper puncher and maybe even taking out the occasional varmints... But in that setup, it has no use "tactically"...
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But lets compare the Bubba's Tactical 10/22 with the Israeli "Tactical" 10/22




I'm not saying the second gun isn't a fun paper puncher and maybe even taking out the occasional varmints... But in that setup, it has no use "tactically"...
here's the link the whole entire argument if 10/22 and "tactical" can be used together as "tactical 10/22"

http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums...d.php?t=261114

My position in this arguement was I didn't have a position becuase I just didn't care.

Apparently a number of the old farts were offended by the use of the term "tactical." Like i said, I really didn't give a flying f*ck and didn't care to argue but was entertained by the remarks in this month long b*tchslapping thread.

As a result...I coined the word "tactikicazz" just to please the old farts. To this day I still don't have opinion regardless what accessories or how black or evil one makes their 10/22.
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