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    Quote Originally Posted by ezra45 View Post
    I would too if they ever made one that works ALL the time. I have had three in 32 years and they all jammed consistently.

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    Were any of them Henrys? I have heard only good things about Henry's version of this rifle. GREAT customer service too.
    The AR-7 horror stories I've heard usually involve Survival Arms or Charter Arms versions.
    The original Armalites are probably the best though rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slips73 View Post
    Just a tad pricey, haven't found anyone that has one..... Isn't $450 bucks, cool, to me.

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    The last one was a Henry. Tried 5 different magazines, gave up. Took it back to the store, lost $75, but got a great condition , second 10/22 from the early 70's. Never jams at all, but won't float...

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    Missed the Double Badger; looks quite useful...

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    Scary . . . looks like an assault rifle to me!!

    Seriously, that looks very cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleF View Post
    Scary . . . looks like an assault rifle to me!!
    Folding stock, picatinny rail... according to some congress critters, you would be correct...

    I think I even saw one of those with high capacity magazines...

    It was sitting on a couple Backwoodsmans and a Sports Illustrated Swim Suit issue!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atkins72 View Post
    Now if they would just make one with a .22/.410 combo.
    Quote Originally Posted by gearhound View Post
    A big +1 for wishing it came in .22/.410. That would make it great for sticking in the car or boat. I have one of the .410 Broncos and it makes me wish I had bought a few of the combo guns back when they were $99.00.
    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKat View Post
    Did you see the double badger. 22lr/.410 combo. looks a lot like the old savage model 24 camper.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNDro5Y1xEg

    Yeah saw the link in youtube for the double badger and had to click it.
    .410 and 22LR or 22 Mag...
    He says MSRP is $349 on it.
    Double triggers and it looks like ghost ring fiber optic sites and tapped for scope.
    It folds like the single but has wood stock so probably weighs a bit more.



    That may be one I have to look into. Drill the butt stock for some kit and ammo...
    If it's accurate with 22 Mags would let you hunt most everything reasonable too.

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    they have a double Badger .22 or .22 magnum over 410 wood stock as well

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    I wish Chiappa's RC92 rifle in 22LR was available in the US market, much prefer the more traditional wood stock.


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    I'll have half a dozen of the little 22s and 22mags. I want 3 of each.

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