I had one, they suck
the NAA 22MAG, and I love that lil bastard!!!
Obviously based on a big N frame...29 or something.. but is it for real... I have a freedom arms little .22 (not mag...cause im not mr macho like ebear.. still getting over the pink frock) Is this thing actually available, and how did i miss it over the years?
spit lead real bad
I got my money back out of it
at a show
little 5 shot.. got it back in the early 80's when i was doing a lot of distance runing.. put 3 shot in it for dogs the the last 2 stingers.. you can actually hit something with it.. but only with a lot of practice cause you have to devilope a hold that works for you.. for real this thing has been thru the washer more times than i can remember (my first stainless).. you find out when it starts clunking in the dryer..little hoppies.. little light oil... reload yellow jackets now, cause i couldnt find stingers last couple of times out.. i took the wood grips off, and wraped with electrical tape, and bottom line is its a confidence builder that will either work of really pizz somebody off..
I saw a Thompson 22LR it was 13 in long
23K not for me
golf balls.. i think...there pretty cool, and really detailed,, just like the .22 gataling guns.. but WAY expensive.. i sorta think this is the province of those ultra rich that buy hi end toys for thier desks.. maybe wrong here.. but dont see the average joe (like any of us are in any way "average") spending multi thousands for miniture guns..
dont know if you had a chance to read my post about the cowboy loads.. . CW.. whos the big mfg..that does cowboy loads in old chambering... buffalo someing.. anyway i was telling hamp he should shoot the old winchester its a 1910 so designed for smokless poweder, and im sure the cowboy loads are reduced FPS anyway..
They are in Ft.Towson, Ok and a full service co.
I have 50 rds in stock for the old girl. I have reservations about shooting that gun, it is an antique, I do not wish to wear it out, of all of my guns, it is the best.
My only thoughts were that 1) Im pretty sure its safe for smokless, S&W and Colt both use the 1905 date as being safe to shoot smokless as opposed to black powder.. and the cowboy loads are downloaded so less cup (copper unit of pressure) than standard loads.. my only advise tho honestly would be to invest in some of the lower power cowboy loads if you do decide to take it out again.. Also might want to write winchester, and give them the serial # of the piece...all the companies are really good at giving you .. where it was shiped to.. how many were made etc..
We have a couple of old colt pocket revolvers in .32 Colt that are almost as old ..neither has anywhere near the worth.. (one was reblued, big mistake, but made it affordable) anyway really cool to fire something going on a hundred years old..
I remember shooting that rifle 30 years ago (I wasn't supposed to, mom would be pissed).
Anyway, I do not have a problem with shooting it, you should come up to Utah and we could both go out and shoot it, in the mean time, me and the kid's are in no hurry to shoot it, they are more interested in my AK.
As to coming to Utah... Wife and i did a two day trip thru Utah two years ago.. we were thinking about moving to Idaho.. so we took hyway 89 from the south...Kanab to salina, then over to scipio then 15 past your place to Logan, and on into Idaho... we fell in love with Utah.. everything about the state is sorta like AZ but cleaner.. might just happen...guys gota get to bed...see ya all in the am...
I don't think I would want to shoot that rifle
much either. These people can help you with about
anything you want.
I want a 357 lever action myself
CW I had one that was just beautiful dark stock and dark bluing made by Rossi shot real nice might be hard to find.
right now even a single action 22 is hard to find