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Posted: 4/16/2017 7:15:30 PM EDT
About the only ones I can think of with decent craftsmanship are the CZ 455/452, and the Browning T-Bolt.
I'm sure the Savages, Marlins, and Ruger Americans shoot just fine, but I'm thinking about a wood and steel gun.
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:16:30 PM EDT
I think Ruger has a wood American.
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:17:54 PM EDT
10\22 sounds like it fits your bill.
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:18:50 PM EDT
I've had a CZ455 Lux for over a year now and absolutely love it.
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:21:24 PM EDT
My Savage MKII BTVS is one of the best guns I own.  
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:24:04 PM EDT
Zastava CZ99 are a great deal at about $180 or so. I have one in 22mag and it's great
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:26:16 PM EDT
... Henry Repeating Arms, Yellow Boy
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:26:33 PM EDT
CZ 455/452 is the correct answer. I just picked up a threaded CZ455 that I'm still waiting on some things to finish before I shoot it.
Link Posted: 4/16/2017 7:26:39 PM EDT
Nothing wrong with current production wood stocked 10/22's.

Yeah they now come with a polymer trigger guards and barrel bands, but IMHO they are more more durable than the old metal ones, not to mention the extended mag releases on them now are easier to operate. The bolt hold open is still the same PITA as it's always been.

I took the stock barrel of mine and found a new unused factory Ruger "2nd edition collectors series" barrel on ebay that has a mini 14/ M1 carbine type front sight, and the matching Ruger factory mini 14 type rear peep attached to a length of rail that attaches to the top of the receiver. It's my "dream" 10/22 plinker. Classic, yet upgraded, and with factory Ruger parts.
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