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Citadel M1 Carbine .22LR 10 Round Wood Stock

Citadel M1 Carbine .22LR 10 Round Wood Stock

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Citadel M1 Carbine .22LR 10 Round Wood Stock

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Reviewed by 2 customer  
The one I got at Impact Guns is a winner!, July 15, 2016
Well today I finally gathered up my Citadel M1-22 along with a few ARs, handguns and my son-in-law and 11 year old grandson and we all had a great time shooting up the desert. This little M1 Carbine reproduction in .22lr performed like a champ! One magazine had feeding issues but my five other magazines kept the rifle busy peppering plastic bottles and beer cans. We put over 300 rounds of Federal valuepak through the Citadel with about 10 malfunctions, 5 due to the bad magazine. The other five malfunctions that I blame on the rifle were two misfeeds and three light strikes. All ten rounds fired after a second try. Chiappa recommends using 1200 fps ammo but the slower Federal cycled fine and locked the bolt back on the magazine follower after each last round. With the sights at mechanical zero we were hitting pop cans at 30 yards. It was windy so we didn't try to do a real zero on paper targets. I marked the bad magazine and will check it out later. Anyway, we all loved the little rifle. All six firearms we took worked fine but the Citadel was the most fun. It looks so much like a real M1 Carbine but is so much cheaper to shoot. If you find one for a good price it's worth a gamble. I'd say it's a winner!
By Quentin from Boise
Very unhappy with rifle, July 13, 2015
I was excited to receive this rifle because it looks so good. Very unhappy with its performance. The hot empty casing, along with burning powder, shoot everywhere. Even using high velocity 22lr, the rifle mis-feeds, mis-fires, etc. What's worse, I have the windage sight all the way to the left to keep the bullets on target at 10 feet. It seems like something is bent. Finally, lots of loose fitting cheap plastic used. Very sorry I bought this rifle. I should have bought the Ruger 10/22 like everyone else.
By Jim from Yonkers.
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