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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
DFW /= Twisty bits.
I had a book, in the mid/late 70s, called "outdoor lore" and it referenced that rifle. it was called the "arma-lite" right?
I should look thru my junk and find it, it was a very good book.
I love those!
I gotta couple of debts to pay then I'm ordering one of those.
its a shame its only made in the 22 cal.
You could pack that in a DirtBagz or the cross duffle, might just come in handy
I just rolled in to Pueblo CO about an hour ago, this bed is calling my name.
Glad you are safe. What was your average speed? We won't tell...
I took a 2 lane rd (400) all the way across Kansas. I usually ran 75 but ran 95 a bit to get Outta a rain shower=]
Those little survival 22's are neat, but they don't function all that well and are pretty crude. Check out the new ruger 10/22 takedown model, its pretty nice! Comes with a nice carry bag, and locks together quick.
Gonna be a little warm today. We've got a shower going now with a high of 87 but it will probably feel muggy.
we have a chance of rain later down here..just a chance tho..friday looks to be our big rain day tho
Sounds good, Arkansas could use several good rains.
I like this lil puppy. And it comes with a nifty carry case as well.
I saw that at acadamy, it looks like a pistol version of the 10/22
Ive got a 50 rd mag for one of those, that might be fun..
That guy leave his ankle there??? Love the gear. Exactly how do you set up for that photo? "Joey will come in too hot here, let's take a picture!". Stoooooopid!
Didya nominate it for the Front Page?
I had that one in my hands a while back. Ergonomic? Not so much, but feeling comfortable with the ergonomics on these type weapons is up to each individual.