Last edited by Ahnkochee; 01-21-2013 at 03:47 PM.
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...
Missed the Double Badger; looks quite useful...
Scary . . . looks like an assault rifle to me!!
Seriously, that looks very cool!
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
I wish Chiappa's RC92 rifle in 22LR was available in the US market, much prefer the more traditional wood stock.
I'll have half a dozen of the little 22s and 22mags. I want 3 of each.
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