It is the cheapest rifle on the market, and many fundamentals of rifle shooting can be duplicated with a rim-fire.We like the 10/22 because even someone lacking in gunsmith skills can customize these rifles with ease.Whether it is military surplus ammunition, Winchester White Box, or remanufactured ammo, 9mm is here to stay, and prices are reflecting this.We have seen it as cheap as for a box of 100 recently.It may run higher by a few cents depending on your area. Stock up when you can, but don’t be a neckbearding hoarder about it. Colt M4 Expanse Sure, there are other rifles out there like the Tavor, Galil, Steyr AUG, Ruger Mini-14, the SIG MCX and hundreds of AR-15 variants, but a Colt M4 Expanse is a sub-0 rifle made by the company that put the AR on the map.You can get quality rifles from your manufacturer of choice, but the key is to get one chambered in 5.56.
If you have no use for a semiautomatic rifle, a number of companies make bolt-action and single-shot rifles in 223 Remington/5.56 NATO.We like them in 9mm for their low recoil, ability to suppress and inexpensive ammunition.If you cannot abide a Beretta, you can find HK pattern rifles, Uzi carbines, ARs chambered in 9mm and Kel-Tec’s folding Sub-2000 rifle. Rossi Model 92 We are looking at the 357 Magnum version, as it allows you to shoot the cheaper 38 Special round.Military surplus ammunition is still relatively cheap, at just south of 30 cents a round.for the “international community” (read Jew-enabled NATO) to bomb the nuclear threat out of Iran (and thousands of Iranian civilians as well) so that a Greater Israel can move beyond the Euphrates.We only caution that you avoid the bullets seated flush or close to flush with the case mouth for use in a lever-action rifle.