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The .22 rimfire market is vast, so how do you choose the best rifle for your needs? Here, we’ve listed 11 great .22 rifle reviews, with notes on ideal usage, price and where to buy
Rifle: Anschutz 1710 HB G Kelbly .22 LR precision Best for: Target shooters and long-range crows/rabbits Price: £2,670 Importers: RUAG Ammotec UK Review: click here
Rifle: Steyr Mannlicher Zephyr .22 LR Best for: Close range vermin and rabbit hunting Price: £1,013.99 Importers: Sportsman Gun Centre Review: click here
Rifle: Bergara BXR Carbon .22 LR semi auto rifle Best for: High volume vermin control and active hunting Price: From £760 Importers: RUAG Ammotec UK Review: click here
Rifle: Ruger 10/22 Target Lite in .22 semi-auto Best for: Adverse weather, rabbits and cycling multiple ammo brands Price: £830 Importers: Viking Arms Ltd Review: click here
Rifle: CZ 457 Thumbhole Laminate in .22LR Best for: Close-range vermin and rabbits Price: £704.99 Importers: Sportsman Gun Centre Review: click here
Rifle: Hatsan Escort Rimfire (Synthetic) Best for: Hunting rabbits, training and plinking Price: £345 Importers: Edgar Brothers Review: click here
Rifle: Lithgow Arms LA101 Crossover Best for: Vermin and rabbits at mid-ranges Price: From £929 Importers: Highland Outdoors Review: click here
Rifle: CZ 457 Long Range Precision rifle Best for: Long-range targets and pest control Price: £976.00 Importers: Sportsman Gun Centre Review: click here
Rifle: CZ 457 Synthetic .22 rimfire Best for: Vermin and rabbits out to longer ranges Price: £430.99 Importers: Sportsman Gun centre Review: click here
Rifle: Ruger American Rimfire Long-Range Target .22 LR Best for: Mid-range hunting Price: £780 Importers: Viking Arms Review: click here
Rifle: Blaser R8 Ultimate .22 LR Rimfire Conversion Kit Best for: Blaser R8 owners who want the option of a .22 rimfire! Price: £1,078 Importers: Blaser Group Review: click here
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