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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by HiTechRedneck, Nov 20, 2008.
I may try them again, and it was the reviews that drove me away, not the waiting.
Also, if they had just a couple negative reviews, I would have hung in there. But they are overwhelmingly negative, and plentiful. I also trust resellerratings.com and have looked to them for more than ten years for a little extra guidance.
Henry youth 22, grandchilds 1st gun.
Had to test it out.
Fun and accurate lil weapon.
Sometimes they just want to play, or need a little scratching behind the ears.
To be transparent I personally have never shot one.
My good friend works for the local police department and is a gun guy too. He has been very happy with his department issues WW rifle. I don’t know which model but it shoots well and is reliable.
Understood. FWIW I wouldn’t hesitate to buy from them again. Also - can’t wait to try the TX22. Feels great in hand and accepts my suppressor from the factory. Hopefully later today. I’ll add pics.
Bruce, that story is too cool. I did not know that, before today. Thanks for sharing.
I have a WW .308. Definitely not my favorite gun, but ita dead reliable. Shoots way under MOA and always feeds.
My favorite rifle is my Primary Weapons System Mk1 Mod114. But that's a totally different class of rifle.
Had a "test and tune" day at the range today.
I had been having problems with my 9mm AR, got that sorted out, runs great. Installed an "M-Carbo" trigger kit in my little Remington 597 .22 recently. It had a really crappy trigger before the mod. Really like it now. I'm running an inexpensive Nikon rimfire BDC scope on it. Pleasantly accurate. I had the most fun with my muzzleloader though. My dad bought me a CVA Hawken kit when I was a kid (1982-ish). I hadn't shot it in years. What a hoot! I couldn't get the set-trigger to work, will look into that later. Had forgotten what a blast muzzleloaders are. Makes me want to buy a big, smoothbore Brown Bess musket.
I love the Henry arms gun !
One gun was actually my life as a young man, from age 16 to 23 I had only one, a S&W 27 357 with 6.5" barrel. Shot deer, gophers, skunks, targets, rocks, stumps, cans, you name it, for seven years of my life, even used it to defend myself on two occasions during that chaotic era. I didn't pick it though, my dad gave it to me. Whether that would be my choice now I am not sure, but it wasn't a bad one.
The 357 Maggie is a do all round for sure, and your N frame Smith is a classic. I hope you still have it and shoot it.
I do still have it. Haven’t shot it in decades. Maybe I’ll just go do that for old times one of these days.
Was my favorite caliber (after .45ACP) for a long time. I'm down to one, a 686, that I'll never sell.
Had wheelgun day on Thursday, out in the badlands of eastern WA. Lotta guns I love were there.
I see we're all going to have to pitch in and buy you a nice folding table....
Looks to me like the truck came with a built-in folding table.
I think you spelled 'bar' wrong.
Been doing this in the same spot each fall for years.
I saw this in Oklahoma City last week:
John Wayne's Weatherby