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Voted for Tyler from Washington. Classic wood stock and versatility of a takedown with both a tapered and bull barrel.

For the most part they all look really sweet.


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The one that won was ok although not big on the barrel contour and muzzle. Overall, none really impressed me or were anything I'd have gone looking for. To me a 50th anniversary anything should pay a respectful tribute to that from which it came. The flashy and tactical stuff do nothing for that. Takedown...just does nothing for me regardless and with everyone trying to make that one something it's not... Pass.
 

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I agree, none of those are something I'd pay a premium for.

I'm not a fan of the Take-Down model anyway as I find a folding stock more practical than a break-apart gun.

If Ruger adapts their American Rimfire stock for the 10/22, I'd be in the market for a stock or two, but other than that... pass.
 
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