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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by 338Shooter, Dec 20, 2009.
Would love to do this but doesn’t that just make this thread a shopping for thief’s and burglars
The ONLY thing wrong with this picture is no Dan Wesson 357 lol very nice very nice INDEED
Is that an old springfield single shot???
I pulled out my Beretta 70S; .22lr today; while shooting I noticed the magazine base was sliding out, I tried to reseat it, wouldn’t seat -- Like a idiot, I slide it out and the magazine spring plate comes flying out; I hear it hit the roof of the range firing line and I can’t find it, check the gravel road behind and the gravel range, couldn’t find it. So I move on to my P365 -- So as I get ready to leave; I give one last look -- there it is on the ground, on the gravel road. I must of walk over it 4 times; put it back in the case; I will mess with it when I get home -- Cleaned and reassembled everything when I got home.
I believe this might be the model the Mossad used.
Fun to shoot !!!!!
You need to sell me that 70s. I had one about 30 years ago and let it get away.
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My favorite rimfire is this High Standard Double Nine 22 revolver. Found it in son-in-laws closet and took it. Great fun to shoot and very accurate. Made in the early 1960's and works perfectly.
I also had one about 30 years ago, but in .380. If you weren't careful, that thing would take a bite outa your hand between the thumb and finger!
34 years ago I had a Beretta 70S in .380ACP; sold it when I bought a brand new S&W 686 (who needs 2 guns). What a bonehead move, found the above .22 and a .380, It took more than a few year, but I have them both.
I have been waiting longer for Cheryl Ladd to call -- Hey is that the phone? -- blocked caller ID -- probably that kid that wanted to sell me the key to the batters box !!!!!