Ruger 10 22 or 1914 Browning 22 long rifle?

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by Mitz28, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. Mitz28

    Mitz28 Member

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    I'm trading an extra sony camera I have for any 22lr on craigslist, figured I would give that a shot since I don't use the thing. 2 people answered back: one is offering a stainless steel ruger 10-22 with a Bushnell scope; the other guy has a 1914 Browning 22 long rifle.

    opinions on what would be the best trade?
     
  2. rash powder

    rash powder Member

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    If you like to tinker, the 10/22 for sure. There is an endless list of mods and goodies for it. You can turn it into anything from a zombie hunting mess of lights and lasers and scopes to a sleek, clean target rifle.

    I can't say I have ever seen a 1914 Browning 22lr, but I imagine if it was in good useable shape or better it could be an interesting piece of history. That would be a cool addition to the collection too.

    You could also look them up on gunbroker or something similar and get an idea of values, and then go for the higher $$ trade if you plan to flip it for something else.

    Matt N
     

  3. Hairtrigger

    Hairtrigger Well-Known Member

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    Browning

    You can find a 10-22 any where