Terry G· Registered
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It seems like their the rage now and if you like them, great. But this idea is hardly new. I remember owning an Erma .22 rifle that from first glance was a spitting image of an M-1 Carbine. This was in 1970. It had a 10 shot magazine that looked like a 15 shot carbine magazine. The sights were the same kind and I remember the rear sight aperature was too large for good target shooting. I soon tired of it and bought a real .30 Carbine. The same was true with the M-16 .22 look-a-likes. Let's face it, a .22 is a .22, no matter how you wrap it. The Ruger 10/22 will do most anything you ask of it for a reasonable price, and I can't see a $600.00 price tag on a replica. Now .22 handguns are a different story...........