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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by druryj, Jun 22, 2020.
Looks like it ought to have a garden hose attached at the bottom, lol.
I do think you will be pleasantly surprised by the 22-PLY,,,
The grip is very ergonomic and is a natural pointer.
Helps me let my inner James Bond out.
Thanks. I'm told it should be arriving any day now.
Don't know if anyone remembers the old Jennings .22 pistols. About $69 new. I had one that was maybe 75% on reliability, but I made some
really nice shots with that little booger.
A friend and me were out cruising the countryside one day north east of Ponca, and we stopped on an old bridge, and there was a snake swimming in the water below, and I nailed his ass clean at about 25 ft. Not a bad trigger at all, if you took your time. I usually used Super X coated bullets.
The good ole' days.
I got a 5 pack of those in the early 90's for like $200. Sold 1 to a guy I fishes with, he put a round nose through his shoes, and yes the 1 he was wearing. His wife gifted it back to me and he bought it for $1 after he convinced the wife and came to the range to learn handling for a few months.
That was when I found out about the stolen valor concept.
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Heck, the buckle can double as a shield and a sled during winter...
Davis Derringer in .22 mag! You ain't gonna kill anyone with it, but the muzzle flash will blind them so some close quarter work with a toe to the nuts becomes pretty easy!
Lately my posts are being ****ed with and are all kinds of wonky. Deletions are being ignored and other statements are being changed, and whatever else, If somebody's ****in' with 'em it needs to stop, or be a man and stand up to me and tell me what the hells going on. I ain't no damn little kid.
PS... If this is just a fluke of some kind, please disregard this with apologies.