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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by druryj, Mar 8, 2018.
Got one of these last year. Fun to shoot.
I almost picked one up at the show last weekend, saw one for $129. Most places tried to get close to 200 for them. Atwood’s has them for 119 on sale occasionally and 129 at Academy during sales.
Well, its almost embarrassing that a gun this cheap can be as much fun to shoot as this thing is. I guess it's the "old west " look or something; maybe the fact that it takes a bit to dump the empties and reload fresh rounds; I dunno, but I think it's a hoot.
So, worth $129 bucks?
Yes, sir, it is.
Get ya one and try it out.
“Crying is for babies, little girls, and men who just had their ears ripped off.”
- Winston Churchill
Yep. You betcha. Worth twice that and then some.
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This was the “gateway” gun to my shooting addiction. I still love to shoot it and it looks nice with the cocobolo wood grips (not laminate). When I took it to three range when there was a class going on, everyone wants to see it. The only problem I had with is was the screw that holds the extractor rod on fell out and the spring launched the extractor out onto the range. Now I know to check it more frequently. My wife likes shooting it, too.
I have an extra one I would sell or trade if anyone is interested,m PM me. With the .22 mag cylinder.
Put it in the Classifieds. Might actually have a chance at selling it, unless you are crazy over priced that is.
The gun should be named The Congressman because it won't work and you can't fire it.