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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by JD8, Feb 14, 2021.
Great vid. Fast forward to the 10:00+ mark to hear the stories....
I have the Model 70S in both .380ACP and .22LR; excellent firearms -- I had the .380ACP back in 1986 then sold it when I bought my S&W 686 (what bonehead move, on my part, who needs 2 guns !!!!!). Had been looking for a long time; finally found them in 2018.
Very fun to shoot -- more accurate than I am !!!!!!!
Saw this article -- The above video is better !!!!
Threaded barrel would add a whole lot more fun.
Had a 70s 22 years ago and wish I still did. I will have if you sell me that one.
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Where were you able to find them? I’d like to have .22 70 to replace a Walther PPK .22
I also had a 70s in 380 back in the '80's. I still don't think the web of my right hand has healed --- that thing loved to bite! Sold it and bought my Browning Buckmark, 6.5" with the flat side barrel. Still have that one!
.22lr OKC the .380ACP in Broken Arrow; back in 2018.
Sounds like these were snapped up pretty quick when they hit the market.
I had a 1934 380 that I liked for a few months. I do not remember why I traded it.
I have that slab side Buckmark (bought it at Oshmans in Tulsa, back in 2001) -- Excellent firearm -- Having a little trouble with the extractor. Keeping them in place.