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Browning BAR 30-06 Semi-Auto (used)
sale price 699.99$
  • Browning BAR 30-06 Semi-Auto (used)
  • Bushnell scope mounts and rings are new 4-12 x40mm
  • all used and war guns are sold as is and have no warranty!
$ 799.99 sale price 699.99$ 
Remington Speedmaster 552 22 sh ,L & Lr (used)
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  • Remington Speedmaster 552 22 sh ,L & Lr  (used)
  • all used and war guns are sold as is and have no warranty!
 
$ 349.99 
Anschutz MSR RX22 22lr
 
  • Add 25$ + tax for shipping within Canada
  • Modern Sporting Rifle ANSCHÜTZ MSR RX 22™ANSCHÜTZ semi-automatic precision rifle with a .22 l.r. caliberANSCHÜTZ target rifles are known worldwide for their accuracy, precise construction and unmatched shooting performance. The excellent characteristics that allowed ANSCHÜTZ sporting equipment to dominate national and international competitions such as the biathlon since 1856 can also be found in the new ANSCHÜTZ semi-automatic precision rifle with a .22 l.r. caliber. The MSR RX 22 is a joint development by three German companies: ANSCHÜTZ, GERMAN SPORT GUNS and ESC Ulm.The goal of this cooperation was to develop and produce a highly accurate semi-automatic rifle with excellent shooting performance that is suitable for the dynamic disciplines as well as precision shooting at the shooting clubs BDS, BDMP, DSB, DSU and VdRBw. The resulting product is an all-round sports device for discerning customers. The ANSCHÜTZ MSR RX 22 model is a modern small-calibre, self-loading rifle with a .22 l.r. caliber. It contains a force-locking blowback action with a hammer lock. This weapons system made by German Sport Guns is well known, sophisticated and has been sold 150000 times. The MSR RX 22 uses an ANSCHÜTZ sports barrel as well as a high-quality trigger system with an adjustable trigger weight from approx.  1500 g – 2500 g. During development and design, care was taken to ensure that all operating elements are installed on both sides of the weapon. This ensures equally good operation for left- and right-handed shooters.
$ 659.99 
Browning BAR 30-06 Semi-Auto (used)
Sale price 699.99$
  • Browning BAR 30-06 Semi-Auto (used)
  • Excellent condition
  • Rings and scope included
  • Bushnell 3200 Elite 3-9 x 40mm
  • all used and war guns are sold as is and have no warranty!
$ 999.99 sale price 699.99$ 
JRC Glock Mags (used)
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  • JRC 45 Auto Glock mag   new price 1099.99$
  • Visim Scope  New 249.99$
  • Extra Mag 39.99$
  • Bi-pod 49.99$Grip 29.99$
  • Hard Case 29.99$
  • Free Shipping (aprox 40$)
  • New 1499.99$
  • Used  package price 1099.99$
  • All used and war guns are sold as is and have no warranty!
 
$ 1099.99$ 
Mossberg Blaze 22Lr (semi -auto)
  • Mossberg Blaze 22Lr Black 199.99$
  • Mossberg Blaze 22Lr Wildfire Camo 249.99$
  • Mossberg Blaze 22Lr Kryptek Camo 274.99$
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  • Blaze™ Autoloading Rimfire Rifles
  • Introducing an innovative polymer rifle that’s lightweight, rugged, easy to handle, and sure to be a fast favorite for plinkers.
  • MODELS: 8 models in black or choice of 3 popular camo patterns; 10 or 25 round magazines, features adjustable rifle sights or barrel-mounted rail; green-dot sight models and a youth model with a 12″ LOP available.
  • FEATURES: 16 1/2″ blued barrels, adjustable rifle sights, 3/8″ dovetail for mounting a scope, easy-load magazines and optional Dead Ringer Holographic Green Dot with four reticle configurations.
$ 199.99 
Kriss Vector 45 ACP
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  • Kriss Vector 45 ACP
  • Flip up sights included
  • Otis Cleaning kit included
  • Come in Hard Black Case
  • Kriss barrel shrouds now available plus Vectors for Canada
 
$ 1779.99 
Anschutz Rx22 MSR-3 22Lr
 
  • Anschutz Rx22 MSR-3   22Lr
  • Black (sold out)
  • Desert Tan (sold out)
  • German accuracy blended in a military-style dynamic platform: thatʼs how the Anschütz Rx22 MSR redefines the concept of the modern rimfire target rifles for academic, olympic and dynamic shooting competitions
  • With a 155-years-long history, the German gun manufacturer J.G Anschütz & Co. Gmbh, headquartered in the city of Ulm, is definitely one of the first names that most of gun experts will think of when it comes to competition small-caliber guns and airguns for official or Olympic specialties. The Anschütz product line features today a surprisingly high number of specialized models for propedeutic shooting, training, competition, hunting and plinking. It's no wonder if most of Olympic, European and World champions, not to mention 97% of biathletes, use Anschütz guns: the German company lives a constant challenge with itself to come out with the perfect sporting gun, and all its components are completely engineered and realized in-house, from barrels down; assembly is followed by a total tuning phase, so that every Anschütz gun will always provide the best performances available on the market.
  • With its wood or fake-wood polymer furniture, the RX-22 MSR in its “Precision” configurations represents the evolution of small-caliber rifle platforms
  • This said, the Anschütz name sounded unlikely to be associated to military-style firearms, even if rimfire... that is, until now. Big news for 2012 coming from Ulm concern the launch of a new Anschütz semi-automatic rimfire rifle that totally departs from whatever the German firm got us all used to during the years: we are talking about the Rx22 MSR .22-Long Rifle carbine.
  • Featuring a railed handguard and a military-style folding/adjustable stock, the “Black Hawk” and “Desert” variants of the RX-22 MSR rifle are more akin to the concept of military trainer
  • The Rx22 MSR project spawns from the idea of a rimfire target shooting/plinking carbine based upon the cosmetic appearance of the Belgian/US FN SCAR special operation forces-capable assault-battle rifle. To tell the truth, this wasnʼt an original Anschütz concept: back in 2009/2010 the Austrian gunsmith Wolfram Kriegleder, previously a Carl Walther GmbH employee and creator of the P-22 semi-automatic rimfire pistol, opened its own activity in the Austrian city of Ried im Innkreis, the ISSC HANDELS GmnH, and rapidly launched two semi-automatic rimfire guns for sporting purposes: the M22, a Glock-lookalike pistol with external hammer and manual safety, and the Mk22-MSR (standing for “Modern Sporting Rifle”, an acknowledgement to the great commercial popularity of military-style semi-automatic guns worldwide); this last model was a SCAR-inspired semi-automatic carbine that was introduced, with a lot of hype, at the 2010 SHOT Show. The Mk22-MSR is still in production and on sale worldwide in several variants, and is enjoying a good commercial success. Yet, it wasn't enough: the ISSC HANDELS and Anschütz companies announced in 2011 that an agreement had been reached to start the joint development phase of a specialized variant of this platform for high-end competition shooting, with the collaboration of another German company, the GSG - German Sport Guns GmbH, already known for its rimfire versions of the 1911-A1 pistol and of the HK MP5 and Kalashnikov AK-47 assault weapons. As most of the demanded features and capabilities were already in place, development proceeded smoothly and quickly, and the first samples of the new race gun, dubbed the Rx22 MSR, were first seen in 2011, albeit Anschütz started global distribution only this year.
  • The Anschütz RX-22 MSR features a full-lenght top MIL-STD-1913 “Picatinny” rail for iron sights or optics
  • Anschützʼ signs of distinction, inspired by years of experience in rimfire race guns manufacturing, are easy to spot at a quick glance on the Rx22 MSR, despite the highly unconventional design for a competition carbine. It would be wrong to consider the Rx22 MSR as a “Politically Correct” version of an otherwise pretty much aggressive military-style rimfire trainer in order to appease the regulators of the strictest gun-controlled markets out there; it rather represents the proof of how lungimirant Anschütz  is for having immediately noticed the explosive innovative potential of the Mk22-MSR platform, and for having it evolved in a next-generation target shooting competition instrument, possibly setting the standards by which all future developments by any other manufacturer in the world will be judged.
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    German accuracy in a “typically American” military-lookalike shell: the Anschütz RX-22 MSR fits well for all uses, from olympic, target and sporting competitions to plinking and military weapons training
     
     
    The side-folding stock on the “Desert” and “Black Hawk” versions of the RX-22 MSR can be adjusted by lenght of pull and cheekpiece elevation; an adjustable, non-folding stock may also be provided where required by law
    Three versions of the Rx22 MSR are now being marketed, two of which are basically the same weapon, the only difference between them being the finish. The Black Hawk (with a complete black finish) and the Desert Tan (finished in sand brown color) variants sport a side-folding polymer stock with adjustable cheek riser and extendable buttstock, plus a top MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail for optics − as the gun itself comes devoid of all and any iron sights − and a three-rail machined aluminum handguard. The Precision variant, available in bi-tone o all-black finish, features a side-folding stock available in either polished wood or in polymer/fake wood with a purely “race gun” design and equipped with an extendable buttplate only, plus a solid handguard in the same material. A top Picatinny rail is standard on this variant as well. All the three variants can be factory-modified with a non-folding stock for sales where said feature is forbidden by law.
     
     
    The RX-22 MSR features a button-rifled barrel, fully ambidextrous controls and adjustable trigger weight for maximum performance
    The Anschütz Rx22 MSR rifle is built around a machined aluminium upper receiver, hosting the bolt group, and a polymer lower, hosting the trigger group and the magazine well, plus an AR-15 type pistol grip. All controls on the Anschütz Rx22 MSR are fully ambidextrous; namely the magazine release button and the fake fire selector, dubbing as a manual safety switch only, are located on both sides, while the cocking handle, which can be located on one side at the time only, may however be removed from its seat and replaced in a specular position to adapt to both right-handed or left-handed shooters; there are three slots on each side that might host the cocking handle, so that it can be located closer or farther according to the shooter's preferences. The Anschütz Rx22 MSR is a blowback-operated semi-automatic carbine, much like most, if not all, of the rimfire long guns out there; it is not equipped with a last round hold-open device and feeds through detachable single-column STANAG-imitation polymer magazines with guide cuts on the sides, an increasingly popular system used by many other last-generation rimfire rifles, including (but not limited to), the very same ISSC Mk22-MSR, the Beretta ARX-160 .22 LR, the SIG-522 and the rimfire sporting versions of the M4 carbine made by Walther-Umarex under the Colt trademark and by Chiappa Firearms of Italy. The Rx22 MSR magazine capacity might vary from two to five, ten and twenty-two rounds. More specifically the lower-capacity two-rounds magazine has been developed because the German firearms law limits to two rounds the capacity of any long arm used for hunting; this will allow German customers to purchase the Anschütz Rx22 MSR rifle and use it for a wide array of purposes, from varmint and small game hunt to plinking and target competition, just by owning different capacity magazines.
     
     
    Dirk Frey, German national shooting champion and winner of several IPSC medals, has been actively involved in the development of the RX-22 MSR
    The 16.5-inch barrel of the Rx22 MSR rifle comes without a flash hider and is manufactured to the same exacting tolerances of Anschützʼ target barrels, through with a special button-rifling process, and also features a recessed target crown. The single-stage  trigger components are hardened and finely ground to produce a fast  trigger with a very consistent release. The trigger can be adjusted from 3.3 to 5.5 lbs., and it is factory-set at 4 lbs.; this plethora of features has been finely planned to make the Rx22 MSR a perfect machine for both official target shooting competition and plinking, and even for military training. The instrumental contribution from the German national and European IPSC champion Dirk Frey to the development of this finely tuned machine is definitely the best warranty that the average shooter might want about the quality and performances of the Anschütz Rx22 MSR platform. Now finally available outside of Europe as well, the Rx22 MSR ranges around 900.00 US$ for the “Desert” and “Black Hawk” models, and tops around 1000.00 US$ for the “Precision” model.
$ 599.99 
Norinco M305 Upgraded
  • Norinco M305 569.99$
  • NcStar 30mm rings 19.99$
  • Visim Scope 2.5-10 x 50mm 259.99$
  • original stock included
  • Archangel Stock 379.99$
  • Sling Swivel Set 9.99$
  • 2 & 3 Point Sling 19.99$
  • Pro Mag All metal Scope rail 159.99$
  • Ergonomic Hand Grip 29.99$
  • NcStar Compact Stream Line Bipod 39.99$
  • Labor (Free, can't charge for that... Was Too much fun)
  • Total package = 1529.99 
$ 1529.99 
CZ-USA CZ-512 22Lr & 22WMR
  • CZ-USA  CZ-512
  • available in :
  • 22Lr
  • 22WMR
  • The CZ 512 is an entirely new semi-auto rimfire rifle from CZ. The modular design is easily maintained, requiring only a coin as a tool for field stripping. The action of the 512 is composed of an aluminum alloy upper receiver that secures the barrel and bolt assembly and a fiberglass-reinforced polymer lower half that houses the trigger mechanism and detachable magazine. The 512 shares magazines and scope rings with the CZ 455 making it the perfect complement to your bolt-action rifle.
  • The 512 is equipped with dual guide rods for smooth operation and superior reliability. The barrel is the same accurate hammer forged barrel found on all CZs, topped with adjustable sights. An integral 11mm dovetail allows easy mounting of optics.
  • Chambering
    .22 LR
    Twist Rate
    1:16 in
    Magazine Capacity
    5
    Magazine Type
    Detachable
    Stock
    Beechwood
    Length of Pull
    13.75 in
    Sights
    Adjustable, Integral 11mm Dovetail
    Barrel
    Cold Hammer Forged
    Barrel Length
    20.5 in
    Overall Length
    39.3 in
    Weight
    5.88 lbs
    Trigger Mech
    Non-Adjustable
    Safety
    Crossbolt
 
$ 599.99 
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