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my usual yearly firearm gift to me from me

Rwb

tell the devil im gettin there as fast as i can,r
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every year i buy a firearm for me.sometimes pricy sometimes not.
needed a simple pistol to carry in my pickup for pests. the 9" barrel is fine got it sited in n groups well. nice trigger too. came with both .22 s,l,and lr cylinder and ,22 mag cylinder. its not expensive but well built,owned a couple others but traded em off. this 1 is a keeper
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Rwb

tell the devil im gettin there as fast as i can,r
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9" barrel is a big one! Those are good buys, especially for the price.
yes, the low end heritige's are not so fine. the trigger is a 1.7 pound SNAP no long pull or gritty feeling travel to fire. like snapping a glass rod
 

Jay Mojave

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The reason we shoot a 88 Mag is because they don't make a 89 Mag, yet. While travelling in Montana / Wyoming a few months ago had to stop and clear off the wind shield of the truck, there was a bunch of guys getting ready to go deer hunting unloading horses and packing them up. I walked over and asked what the deal, with bright eyes replied, going deer hunting.

I noticed a few had chest mounted holsters with a large pistol. I asked them about them and they said all you half to know or care about is if you half to use it just once over the years its worth it! Guy gives his card and says call me we can take on a few more guys on the hunting trip.

I thanked the guy, and had to hit the road. Wow what a great bunch of guys. Ill bet the camp fires are entering.

Jay in the Grate Mojave Desert
 

Dopple

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That reminds me... I've been looking for a DA .22lr revolver that's not gonna break the bank. Yea, S&W makes them, but for something that I'll just use for fun plinking, I'm hoping for something in the $200-$250 range. So many of the inexpensive .22 wheel guns are SA only.
 
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Smokinone

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every year i buy a firearm for me.sometimes pricy sometimes not.
needed a simple pistol to carry in my pickup for pests. the 9" barrel is fine got it sited in n groups well. nice trigger too. came with both .22 s,l,and lr cylinder and ,22 mag cylinder. its not expensive but well built,owned a couple others but traded em off. this 1 is a keeper
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I've got an old H&R Buntline .22 with both cylinders. It aint no conceal piece that's for sure.
 
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