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Either way it's just TOO cute

BigFoot

It was a Stratocaster with a whammy bar!
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I looked for one at the last gun show I was at since I have never seen one in person but nobody had one. When you posted you were getting one it really piqued my interest. Enjoy!
 

Whisky

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Just by looking at the stock alone it already appears to be much better quality than the Charter Arms version that I have.
 
I own a Henry Octagon barrel .22 and when I take it to the range the RO's want to shoot it. So much fun and nice wood.
 

Acmemfg

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I hold it with the weak hand positioned on the bottom side where the barrel attaches to the receiver. It's a very light rifle so that position works pretty well
 

jar_

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I hold it with the weak hand positioned on the bottom side where the barrel attaches to the receiver. It's a very light rifle so that position works pretty well
I always wondered about heat issues with the different 'survival rifles'. Let us know if that is a reasonable concern or just no big deal.
 

Acmemfg

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@Whisky
Comes with two...I bought the extra pair. Holds 3 in the stock (one in the receiver). I'll probably sell the fourth one before I lose it😆
 

Ad Astra

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Had one in the 90s, it went everywhere due to its portability.

🤔 Those factory mags always jammed, though. Had *one* Ramline that worked 100% though.


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