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Which .22 would you pick up?

I have a meeting at the Cabelaís in Hoffman this next weekend and we are going to get the employee discount for the afternoon. I am thinking about picking up a .22 pistol and was wondering which one you would go with and why. There isnít a huge selection online (may have a few more in the store) but are the ones offered safe bets for a plinker?

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If you're looking for a combat style .22LR I would look at the new Ruger SR22 pistol that was just released a few weeks ago. Brianne picked one up immediately after they were released, and I have to say I'm jealous. Note: not to be confused with the SR-22 rifle (confusing naming on their part, no?) I think this guy goes for about $350, give or take a little.



If I were looking for a target pistol, I'd be looking at the Ruger 22/45 Hunter with the long 6.88 barrel. I just got an E-mail about it from Gun Genie this morning I'm trying to ignore and not impulse buy. This guy is closer to $500, probably closer to $450 before tax.



But that's just me. There are lots of options, but if I was buying today, I'd buy one of each. LOL

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It doesn't look like they offer Rugers except for the revolvers (at least what I've found online) but this looks like it might be a similar option: Browning Hunter


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Yar, there's a TON of .22 pistol threads here buddy... that's one topic we constantly rehash every 6-10 months.

I own a Browning Buckmark and am happy with it. You'll be perfectly fine with any of the Buckmark variants or Ruger's offerings. Primary differences are in the grip & teardown steps.
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It doesn't look like they offer Rugers except for the revolvers (at least what I've found online) but this looks like it might be a similar option: Browning Hunter

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Yar, there's a TON of .22 pistol threads here buddy... that's one topic we constantly rehash every 6-10 months.

I own a Browning Buckmark and am happy with it. You'll be perfectly fine with any of the Buckmark variants or Ruger's offerings. Primary differences are in the grip & teardown steps.
Yeah, I've been involved with a few of those threads, but where I was originally looking at picking up a Mark II or Mark III, it doesnít look like the III is available through Cabelaís where Iíd have the discount. Thatís why I was limiting to what they had available on their website to see which of the limited selection would be the way to go. With the teardown you mentioned, how bad is it on the Browining?

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Buckmarks require two hex keys, one for the slide and the other for the barrel. I have tons, so that is no big deal to me.

IIRC, different Ruger variants have different teardown steps. My advice would be to jump onto YouTube - I'm confident there are tons of teardown tutorial videos out there for all of these firearms. Take a look & see for yourself which you think is less of a hassle.

As others have said, it is more important for you to handle them. I like my Browning since its profile matches that of other handguns I have (1911's).
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Looks like the MarkIII would be an option...

http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/browse.cmd?N=1102338&WTz_l=SBC%3BBRprd705618

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I see both the 22/45 and the SR22 on there.

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What kind of discount are you getting?
Full details haven't been disclosed yet - all I know is that it's the employee discount. My guess would be it's X% above cost.

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It's a price you're not going to get again I take it. As such, I'd go big or go home.

You can buy a .22 rimfire for less at Bud's gun shop than cabela's anyway so w/the discount I bet it comes close to even money. I'd look real hard at something more expensive/interesting if you're not going to get this rate again for a while.

After looking at what they carry, I'd be eyeballing/pricechecking the following:

Springfield 1911s
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Dan Wesson 1911s

Strikes me as the best bang for your buck w/discount, depending on what rate they give you.

FWIW, if you get the actual employee discount (say cost +10%) on the polymer guns, you're going to be AMAZED at how cheap they are. I'd guess around $350 OTD.

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Um, I hate to break it to ya but I've talked with Cabela's staff and from what they tell me there isn't any sort of employee discount on firearms. Zero discount. I'm not sure if that translates to ammo.

I've received those "Cabela's Employee Discount Special Invite" mailings and from what I understand, because I've never been, is that they are complete zoos. The concept is to bring you to the store with great 25% off deals...



on meat grinders and dehydrators.



But not firearms. Then they assume you'll pull the trigger on a firearm purchase anyway. However, like I said, I hear the gun counter staff is 3 customers deep and the background check is just as nuts.

If you plan to do this maybe the best way is to go 2 days before, determine if Cabela's employees actually get discounts on firearms, buy the handgun at that time putting down the min layaway amount, clear the background check at that time, then pick up the gun during the discount invite period.

Hopefully, the discount will apply but I'm not sure how that layaway works. I'd hope you get the better price if the gun is on sale at that time but that might not be the case.

My point is, this is a promotion for which firearms might not be qualified and fighting the crowd may not be worth the cost. The tax alone would cover most of a typical $40 FFL transfer and I know there are enough leads on $20 transfers right here on this website. Also, online discounts are a lot better than Cabela's pricing. The only reason I buy from them is because they have a good selection and if you feel you want to reward them with a purchase for which you made the decision to buy based on your physical impression of the item.

There is something to say about that. I bat around a bit between online and brick and mortar stores. When I feel touching and seeing the product 1st hand weighs heavily on my satisfaction with a selection then I usually reward the physical store. Your choice.

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After completing an FFL transfer though and now knowing what to expect and how the process works. I'd personally save myself a ton of time driving to Cabela's, fighting the crowds for saleperson attention, waiting for the background check, waiting for the checkout line, paying decent but not as low as online sale prices, etc.

And from my experience, I usually blow any savings I did receive on something I didn't really plan to buy just to use some $20 off coupon for spending $150 or whatever promotion they are running.

The FFL I used just ordered my firearm based on an email I sent him. Admittedly I called him on the phone to introduce myself and he swung by my house to talk one afternoon. Then he emailed an invoice for me to review and asked me to email him a copy of my drivers license and FOID card, I confirmed the order, he ordered, he received the item, he notified me the item arrive, he drove to my house and we completed the paperwork.

The waiting period was covered by the shipping time. So without leaving my house the FFL was able to order, check background, and deliver my firearm for $20.

That's the way to go.

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That's discouraging to hear about the discount, but I guess it won't hurt to ask. I am going to be there anyways for a quarterly meeting with the German Shorthaired Pointer Club of IL (GSPCI) so I'm not making an extra trip just for the discount (besides to pick up the gun of course) If I can get the discount, then great, if not then I guess I'll go fondle a few pistols and check on other opportunities later. It's also only open to the members of the club so it shouldn't be the madhouse you were describing. There's only around 200 members across the state so it shouldn't be too bad.

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OK, that might be different. Like I said, I've never been to one. But it looks like you could easily check into this since you'll be there for another meeting anyway.

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I agree with the madhouse part. Having been there many times only once was a salesperson been free to ask if I need help.
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I agree with the madhouse part. Having been there many times only once was a salesperson been free to ask if I need help.
Weekends and special promotions are nuts but weekdays after 7pm you can get lucky. One good thing about Cabela's is their sales staff usually will spend a good deal of time with you, especially compared to the normal gun store attitude.

They did change their phone answering responsibilities though. Now if they are near the phone they must answer the call and assist the caller even if they are currently working with an in-store customer.

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I cannot post up pictures of anything on this site till I hit 15 posts apparently but I own the S&W 22A-1 in 5.5 inch barrel with the polished slide because I think it looks pretty good. For the same price $300 dollars you can also get the 7 inch barrel. The thing is an absolute tack driver. I coupled it with the Bushnell Trophy red dot. The pistol also eats anything you feed it, unlike some .22's that prefer CCI Mini Mags or better. When owning a .22 my philosphy is it should be inexpensive to purchase, and inexpensive to fire.

It also requires absolutely no tools which is a huge perk. The trigger may not be on par with a Beretta 87 Target or a S&W 41 but it's not 700-1000+ dollars either. I truly was thinking about purchasing a high end .22. This thing competes. The elite pistols shoot better but they should. But show me a 300 dollar pistol that fires extremely well and that's something to brag about. Now the only flaw I can find in the 22A-1 is the recoil spacer is plastic and cracks, but S&W has ELITE customer service and will send you some free of charge. Other might say it's ugly, that's a personal decision you will have to make. I am extremely pleased with my purchase. I would take a look at it. The Rugers Mark Series is great too, however they are hard to re-assemble. You will learn in time and it's not so bad from what I hear. The buckmarks need tools. Tools are a big downer in my book. Good luck with whatever you get.

A really fun mouse gun is the Beretta 22A. If you can shoot that thing well you can shoot anything well, however this gun jams up a bit or at least mine does. It's the most rewarding gun to shoot vs all my other pistols. It truly takes patience to get that thing down. If you have any questions I know a thing or two about guns. Feel free to PM me.


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After completing an FFL transfer though and now knowing what to expect and how the process works. I'd personally save myself a ton of time driving to Cabela's, fighting the crowds for saleperson attention, waiting for the background check, waiting for the checkout line, paying decent but not as low as online sale prices, etc.

And from my experience, I usually blow any savings I did receive on something I didn't really plan to buy just to use some $20 off coupon for spending $150 or whatever promotion they are running.

The FFL I used just ordered my firearm based on an email I sent him. Admittedly I called him on the phone to introduce myself and he swung by my house to talk one afternoon. Then he emailed an invoice for me to review and asked me to email him a copy of my drivers license and FOID card, I confirmed the order, he ordered, he received the item, he notified me the item arrive, he drove to my house and we completed the paperwork.

The waiting period was covered by the shipping time. So without leaving my house the FFL was able to order, check background, and deliver my firearm for $20.

That's the way to go.
WOW! Good service there. What kind of pricing did you get on the firearm for that kind of service and where can I find this FFL?
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Yeah, I missed that part. What FFL delivers?!
To be fair to the service provided, this FFL is local to me and so he probably won't make a trip too far away from the Elmhurst, Lombard, Addison area. But I can't say he won't. FFLs in this area haven't been called out on the sticky thread in CLSB so his addition would be an asset to this region.

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