Bought a new gun today.

Discussion in 'Campfire' started by 10pointman, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    I bought a gun today.It is a ruger 10/22 converted to 17/mach2.It has a butler creek blk. stock,butler creek carbon fiber barrel,and nikon 3x9 silver scope.No trigger job as far as I can tell.The bolt handle is a big black knob{not original}.Its supposed to be all new parts according to guy at the gunshop.I paid 500.00 for the gun.What do yall think?Did I pay too much?

    Also ,can anyone tell me about this caliber?Muzzle velocity ect.

  2. Probably for what you got I would say you didnt to bad.
    I really don't know alot about the 17's ,I just always figured for what I use small calibers for a .22LR is fine.

    You might go over to midway and see what all that would cost.

    But hey enjoy it.....

  3. possum

    possum Well-Known Member

    Can't help ya with the Mach2, but like .270Win said last night on mine.

    Congrats on the new rifle, can't wait to see the pics. :thumb:
  4. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    Thanx.I have a digital camera,But I've never put pics on here.Dont know how.I'll research it.
  5. possum

    possum Well-Known Member

    photobucket, I can't that hard I figured it out.
  6. :thumb:
    Yeah even older folks can figger it out:razz:
  7. possum

    possum Well-Known Member

    soarkrebel, you ain't that old yet. :rolleyes:

    BEERHUNTER Well-Known Member

    imo a lot of money for a high powered pellet gun
  9. OH :censored: I looked at your profile possum...........I am older:smack:
  10. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    Yea I'll play with it for a while and then trade it on something else.Its not goodfor much.My kids like to shoot it,Its pretty and weighs about 4 or 5 lbs.
  11. I think it might be a good little Beaver popper if the ammo wasn't so much more than .22 LR.
    But I wouldnt call them a pellet gun.
  12. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    Box of shells was 7.99 for 50.I probably wont shoot it much.I have guns that I will keep til the day I die,But this not one of them.
  13. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

  14. AHHH your welcome 10pointman...........I love finding stuff:thumb:
  15. Matt_W

    Matt_W Well-Known Member

    If you do your own gun smithing you can beat that price by a bit. If you don't then the labor charges for the conversion add up. Converting a worn out 10/22 is cheap, if you can find one! I can give you some good advice on tuning the factory trigger to make it much more target rifle worthy.
  16. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    Sounds good, lay that trigger advice on me.
  17. Mr. Chitlin

    Mr. Chitlin Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

    NE Ark
    Check the link for ammo. Remington ammo, 3.99 per box, 3.59 if you buy 10 or more boxes.

    Natchez Shooters Supply
  18. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    Man, you guys are great.Thanks Mr Chitlin.I may just keep that little gun yet.
  19. Gotta look into that 10/22 conversion deal. I've got a 10/22 that I don't shoot much anyway.