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So I've done a little bit of research not a lot and have decided that I was going to buy a daniel defense at 15 and when I checked my store was having a sale on the one I was eyeing but there's 3 guns they all look the same with a different price tag. Can someone help clarify which one would be the preferred choice of the 3? Money not being an issue I'm wanting something nice under $2000 so it doesnt matter which but I would prefer the better one to be honest I'm looking to start practicing I got about 5 acres and some shooting room down way I just wanted to kinda know what I'm talking about when I walk in their 馃槄
 

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I have an old .22 well my buddy has it but I wanted something real nice. What's the hype over .22s? I remember the ammo was always sold out around here but I just found some recently and the coyotes are close out back so I figure I need to do something sooner than later.
 

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22 is cheap to shoot and a lot of fun. Yeah it was hard to get for a while because of panic buyers. Im well stocked for the next time it happens lol. But the 10/22 is a great gun too. I like the wood stock version myself. If the yotes are close a 22 will kill em with a head shot. :thumbsup:
 

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The $1499 offering has a better trigger and an ambi charging handle which is handy if you plan on a scope. 16鈥 or 18鈥 barrel is not that big a difference for 5.56. Really depends on what you want to do with it. Daniel Defense makes a pretty good AR...a bit pricey but good.
 

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Right now I just want something nice to shoot with if I'm going to hunt I really dont want to leave the animal wounded and alive and I have the money I been saving what feels like forever so I wanna get something nice
 

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I agree with Kilted Cowboy, go for the better trigger...that is why I pointed that out in my earlier post. The $1499 offering is ready for an optic and should provide good accuracy; that trigger will help with accuracy.
 

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The V7 would be my choice.
 
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