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Model TRAKR
UPC 682146830729
SKU CIT22LRB
Width 7.5000
Length 41.7500
Height 3.0000
Weight 4.1000
Caliber 22 LR
Action Semi-Automatic
Barrel Length 18"
Barrel Type Threaded
Capacity 10Rd
Accessories 1 Mag
Hand Right Hand
Type Rifle

UPC#: 754908247400

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I'd like to down vote this but I can't honestly as it has its place and does work.....cheap, so don't be surprised by build quality.......disassembly is a pain and the mags are problematic...made by CBC in Brazil and imported...this is a regular price and can be found many places, as the Rossi, Mossberg and Citadel, in various colors, with and without a threaded barrel...the mags and parts interchange, including the 25rd mags...beware the plastic sights and just mount a scope......I think Joe is right, $100 is a good deal, and a 22 rifle can be a great trainer and survival tool for yourself and family. Rossi has a rebate active thru Jan 15, 2023 for $25 if you find a Rossi RS22.

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A dude on reddit who goes by the handle 'snorch328' comes across to me as a dude who is knowledgeable about these rifles. He says to get a 25 round Mossberg 702 magazine to fit the Citadel Trakr with the factory stock you have to remove some material from the magwell near the trigger guard. Sounds quick and EZ. He said; "I used a round hand file which took me just minutes to do with checking mag fit as I went along." He included some images.
https://www.reddit.com/r/22lr/comments/tuttry/citadel_trakr_semi_auto_an...
I got to that post/thread through this thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/22lr/comments/s9uf9z/citadel_trakr_parts_and_ac...
I like my Mossberg 702 Plinkster I got from WallyWorld for $108. Money well spent.

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Dang. For that price I wouldn't mind. Can someone please tell me why I shouldn't buy this?

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I'll tell you why not to buy one!

Because you should BUY 2 at this price!
Honestly not a 10/22 by any means but they shoot and are not bad little rifles. For the price you won't be disappointed. They're cheap plastic, but they do shoot, they're fairly reliable if kept clean and lubed, and they'll hit the target if you can! Not much else to say about them.

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These are the same gun as the Rossi RS22 and the Remington plinkster, just different stocks.

I haven't had mine very long but they're pretty funky 22's in a good way, very light weight, fiber sights, and threaded barrel.

my LGS had them for 99.99 about 6 months back, personally I like them but can't say how they will hold up long term.

Only regret at that price is not buying 2..

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