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Old 09-21-2018, 08:57 AM
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I've been looking for a SA-22 to use for fun shooting only; no hunting and no serious target shooting. From what I've read about them, the Miroku's are as good quality-wise as the Belgium models (or at least close enough for me). Found a lightly used one at a local shop with a $499 price on the tag. Owner said he would take $450 cash OTD. He's a wheeler-dealer so if four $100's hit the counter, I'd probably own a SA-22. Seems like around $400 would be a fair price for a used one in the 95% range but I'd like to compare that price with a new one. CDNN is the only source I've found so far. Are there other dealer out there preferably on the east coast????

All the information I've found on these indicates says that if there is a problem with a used rifle, there are parts readily available for reasonable prices so buying a used one is not a big concern to me. I'd just like to know whether I'm really saving that much money.

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Old 09-21-2018, 09:00 AM
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I've been looking for a SA-22 to use for fun shooting only; no hunting and no serious target shooting. From what I've read about them, the Miroku's are as good quality-wise as the Belgium models (or at least close enough for me). Found a lightly used one at a local shop with a $499 price on the tag. Owner said he would take $450 cash OTD. He's a wheeler-dealer so if four $100's hit the counter, I'd probably own a SA-22. Seems like around $400 would be a fair price for a used one in the 95% range but I'd like to compare that price with a new one. CDNN is the only source I've found so far. Are there other dealer out there preferably on the east coast????

All the information I've found on these indicates says that if there is a problem with a used rifle, there are parts readily available for reasonable prices so buying a used one is not a big concern to me. I'd just like to know whether I'm really saving that much money.

Hank

What's CDNN selling for right now ?
Seems I remember ?
Last time I looked they was under five hundred ?
I'd go with a new one..
I know not much help.
But you'll NEVER REGRET buying one.
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Old 09-21-2018, 09:04 AM
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CDNN has the .22 short only model at 489$
With a 100 rebate.
Can't go wrong with that..😁😁😁
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I've been looking for a SA-22 to use for fun shooting only; no hunting and no serious target shooting. From what I've read about them, the Miroku's are as good quality-wise as the Belgium models (or at least close enough for me). Found a lightly used one at a local shop with a $499 price on the tag. Owner said he would take $450 cash OTD. He's a wheeler-dealer so if four $100's hit the counter, I'd probably own a SA-22. Seems like around $400 would be a fair price for a used one in the 95% range but I'd like to compare that price with a new one. CDNN is the only source I've found so far. Are there other dealer out there preferably on the east coast????

All the information I've found on these indicates says that if there is a problem with a used rifle, there are parts readily available for reasonable prices so buying a used one is not a big concern to me. I'd just like to know whether I'm really saving that much money.

Hank
Plenty of gun shops are Browning dealers.CDNN is just the place for close out deals,to which you add shipping and your dealer's transfer charge. Some don't stock them as they're slow movers,so it would have to be ordered.
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