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Posted: 6/23/2003 8:03:39 AM EDT
Stopped by the local Big 5 Sporting Goods and they had the wood stock stainless for $229 (not on sale).

Is that reasonable?
What have you guy's been seeing?
How about with the composite stock?

Link Posted: 6/23/2003 1:31:29 PM EDT
check walmart..dealers around here goto walmart to their 10/22s to sell at their shops...lol
Link Posted: 6/24/2003 7:26:43 AM EDT
I bought my 10/22 with synthetic stock about a year and a half ago for $239.99. Of course a week later I went into another gunshop and the same 10/22 was $199.99[>Q]
Link Posted: 6/24/2003 12:10:47 PM EDT
Thanks for the feedback.

Did a little more calling around.

Local gunshop: $219
Local GI Joes: $209
Local Walmart: Not in stock and no price.

So it looks like I'm probably in for a little over $200...
Thanks again.
Link Posted: 6/24/2003 8:28:18 PM EDT
Everything at Big 5 is over priced. Stay the hell away from them. Check out the gun shows, You should be able to find one under $200.
Link Posted: 6/24/2003 10:52:53 PM EDT
I just paid $179.99 plus tax for a 10/22 with synthetic stock, stainless receiver/trigger and blued barrel from Oshman's sporting goods. The same with the stainless barrel was $199.99, but since this is going to be built up to a tack driver, I figured I should just save the $20 off the bat. Academy had the same prices, though they only carried the full stainless/synthetic and the full blued/wood models.

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