I'm sure this was covered in here already, but I don't have a sub (too poor ) and can't search. My shooting crew have dedicated rifles to shoot .22lr (Marlin 60s and shit) and I'm having trouble finding a rifle I like to add to the collection. I absolutely hate wood on guns/rifles. Just not my thing. I have 2 options, but I'd like some advice on both. #1 Ruger 10/22 and mod it out. Just from the very short list of stuff I would have to put on there, all new stuff.... I'm around $380 without an optic. :/ I'm not made of money right now and I don't want to sell any of my current guns. #2 AR-15 Conversion. I already have an AR-15. I have a decent optic for it and a .22lr kit costs like $180 with a 30rds magazine. I've been reading good stories and bad stories about these kits though. No one can seem to give me a straight answer to this, "Will the kit fire a .22lr accurately @ 100 yards?" Some people say they are good up to that point, others get technical with the 1:7 twist being too little for a .22lr round, a .22lr needs a .221" barrel and the AR-15 barrel is .224". Will that .003" difference really throw off a .22lr @ 100yards? I can see both sides.... but .223/5.56 is just getting too expensive... even reloading it's still way cheaper to shoot quality .22lr Opinions, experiences.....??