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    Quote Originally Posted by CapGun View Post
    Wolf, I lean toward Ruger. Not because I am familiar with the gun you are talking about but other ones I have first hand knowledge of' Excellent quality. My main reason now is their exceptional customer care. They really stand behind their product.
    I had a Mk III Hunter. I had probs with it from the beginning. Couldn't get through more then a mag or two without a stovepipe. Everyone said it needs to be broken in. BS. I bought more factory mags, made sure the extractor was spotless. Didn't help. I loved the way it shot....when it did without a malfunction. I found myself not shooting it. Finally at the end of this summer I called them to arrange by their Fed EX contract to pick it up at my place so it could be worked on. A couple of days later I got an email asking me if it was OK for them to destroy the gun and send to my FFL a new one. This all took less then a week. They put 40 rounds through it. I put 400 more and it works perfectly.
    The amazing part is I had the old gun fir 3 years and they replaced it. As they say,"be governed accordingly".
    I've heard great things about Ruger's customer service.

    Quite frankly, if PA would allow the semi-auto for hunting, there would be no question, I'd have an MKIII. But they don't allow semi-auto's for handguns or long barrels for hunting. *sigh*
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote."
    ~ Benjamin Franklin (maybe)

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  3. There are so many brands and types of rimfire suppressors, something that can really make it a tall order for a newbie to get the best .22 suppressor for their rifles. It is important to note that some suppressors are caliber specific thus you need nothing short of a 22 suppressor for your 22LR rifle. And how do you go about this process? Below are some of the great .22 suppressors and what you should consider when shopping for a product.

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