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are there any semi-automatic 22-250s on the gun market. please state the brand and price

from varmit265 on 05.28.09

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from reischjake wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Nope I can't find any either.

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from Catfish46 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Nope, I tried to find one a few years and had to settle for an Olympic Arms in .243 WSSM. If you are interested in shooting a lighter bullet, the rifle is available in .223 WSSM. Unfortunate thing about the WSSM's is the ammo is expensive and the bullet selection is limited in factory loads. The only way around that problem is handloads. I have found the heavier 85 gr. bullet I shoot is a lot better at bucking the wind than the 55 gr. .22 cal bullets. Recoil in the AR is less for the .243 WSSM than a .22 cal bolt action.

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from Big O wrote 5 years 7 weeks ago

From research I could'nt find any. If for varments I'd go with a .223 if semi-auto is what you want.

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from Big O wrote 5 years 7 weeks ago

I think Remington made one, but I'm not sure. I'd also check Savage too.

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from Big O wrote 5 years 7 weeks ago

I think Remington made one, but I'm not sure. I'd also check Savage too.

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from Big O wrote 5 years 7 weeks ago

From research I could'nt find any. If for varments I'd go with a .223 if semi-auto is what you want.

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from Catfish46 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Nope, I tried to find one a few years and had to settle for an Olympic Arms in .243 WSSM. If you are interested in shooting a lighter bullet, the rifle is available in .223 WSSM. Unfortunate thing about the WSSM's is the ammo is expensive and the bullet selection is limited in factory loads. The only way around that problem is handloads. I have found the heavier 85 gr. bullet I shoot is a lot better at bucking the wind than the 55 gr. .22 cal bullets. Recoil in the AR is less for the .243 WSSM than a .22 cal bolt action.

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from reischjake wrote 5 years 4 weeks ago

Nope I can't find any either.

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