Hey I'm looking for a good starting gun for range shooting, don't like in California or New York so I have actual options and I have a budge...

Hey I'm looking for a good starting gun for range shooting, don't like in California or New York so I have actual options and I have a budget of $2k

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Get a Glock 19 and $1500 worth of ammo.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah. No.

      https://i.imgur.com/kHd39H3.jpg

      Hey I'm looking for a good starting gun for range shooting, don't like in California or New York so I have actual options and I have a budget of $2k

      Get an M&P 2.0. And $1500 in ammo.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous
  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Read the sticky.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Hope you know how to assemble a lower

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >that same optic costs 800-900 euros in my country
      >we dont make nearly as much money as a middle class american
      im jelly ;_;

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >tuition-free university
        Just STEM and move to CZ or Switzerland, bro

        • 1 month ago
          Sage

          Everyone wants to do that bro. My boss is a fantastic polish engineer with a grad degree from Germany, and he got an H1B opportunity in the Us before he found work in Germany, Netherlands or Czechia

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'd get a mid range AR15, they're very versatile guns and can be set up how you like it. If you plan on bench shooting get a nice bipod.

    I recommend BCM BFH or Daniel Defense. get a 16", midlength gas system, with free floated handguard.
    >https://www.primaryarms.com/search?order=onlinecustomerprice:desc&keywords=BCM%20AR15

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just get one of these until you have the basics down.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Honestly if you are just starting out with guns, go with what said and get a Ruger 10/22. They are perfect for learning the basics of how guns work without any significant recoil. After you think you've got a good grasp on it, get an AR-15 as they are relatively inexpensive and has a huge aftermarket selection. A rifle from PSA will be fine for shooting at the range and getting a fell for things. They are cheap and the quality control can be a little iffy at times but they are fine rifles for the price. Spending more will yield better quality control and parts, but it doesn't scale with price. Meaning you wont get a 4x better rifle spending 2k versus 500.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        This, 100%.
        Not sold? Fine, fuck you, go to your local sporting goods big-box store and buy a Rossi RS22 for <$150.
        Semi-auto rifle that'll outlive you with ease.
        Everything said holds completely true, except the RS22 will be significantly cheaper, but lacks the aftermarket of the Ruger. The 10/22 is worth keeping forever, the RS22 is what you pass off for $100 when it's time to buy a "real" gun.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          It's the rifle you give to a younger sibling, cousin, or random stranger so they too can learn how not to be noguns.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            So the perfect gun for OP?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Perfect gun for OP. If OP happens to be within walking distance of my village I will give him one free of charge. There are always extras strewn about because every kid in the house needs a rifle in hand when it's gopher time.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Palmetto State Armory. Yes, there is lots of hate but they use the same exact shit other manufacturers use but on a grander scale. They are the true patriots of America. They don't sell to fed/mil, they don't support that shit stained race, and lastly they make the rich seethe by being just as good.

    Buy a Palmetto.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Springfield M1A

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Buy a 22 OP. Move on to something else later. Buy a semi-auto 22 OP. You will not be disappointed.

    Big5:
    https://www.big5sportinggoods.com/store/details/savage-arms-64fxp-.22lr-semi-auto-rifle-with-scope/0310107250064/_/A-2862845
    https://www.big5sportinggoods.com/store/details/ruger-10-22-carbine-.22lr-semi-auto-rimfire-rifle/0310130930001/_/A-2812857 *Vaguely good price by current standards.

    Cabelas:
    https://www.cabelas.com/shop/en/rossi-rs22-semi-auto-rimfire-rifle-with-threaded-barrel
    https://www.cabelas.com/shop/en/savage-arms-64-fv-sr-semi-auto-rimfire-rifle

    Sportsman's Warehouse:
    https://www.sportsmans.com/shooting-gear-gun-supplies/rifles/rossi-rs22-blackfde-semi-automatic-rifle-22-long-rifle-185in/p/1503925 *This one OP. If I were to go out and buy anything on the list today, it's this.
    https://www.sportsmans.com/shooting-gear-gun-supplies/rifles/savage-model-64-series-rifle/p/p42234

    Bass Pro:
    https://www.basspro.com/shop/en/rossi-rs22-semi-auto-rimfire-rifle-with-threaded-barrel
    https://www.basspro.com/shop/en/savage-arms-64-fv-sr-semi-auto-rimfire-rifle

    PSA:
    https://palmettostatearmory.com/rossi-rs22-22lr-rifle-black-rs22l1811.html

    Do it OP. Don't waste your money. Buy a cheap semi-auto 22 and thousands of rounds of ammo for CHEAP, then go shoot it, shoot the fuck out of it, you won't regret it one bit and you won't have spent even 1/4th of your budget. When you're happy with it, then go buy something else. Your first gun should be a 22 rifle.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    spend more on ammo.
    >$1000 ammo and <$1000 gun

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