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Old 06-02-2013, 05:07 AM   #21
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H&R .22 Found it while helping a friend clean her barn, she didnt want it. All i can say is it shoots....

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HP 9mm with extended mag. Shop took it in on trade, they gave it to me, runs good.......

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I actually love this little guy. I have owned it for 30 plus years. Very concealable and very reliable. I would never give it up. Colts stand the test of time.



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None, a gun is a gun, as long as it goes bang when the trigger is pulled, and I've had none that gave me any troubles brand new, one used that was easily fixed.

I'd be more embarrassed of having bought some $1k+ Kimber or the like that kept having jam issues than I would my several Jimenez's I've owned that all ran flawlessly.

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HP 9mm with extended mag. Shop took it in on trade, they gave it to me, runs good.......
Lol and a holster. Folks she even carries it! Lol

I keep trying to convince myself to get a hipoint just to do it and say I had one, but can't seem to get to the point that I push that buy it now button. Lol
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Lol and a holster. Folks she even carries it! Lol

I keep trying to convince myself to get a hipoint just to do it and say I had one, but can't seem to get to the point that I push that buy it now button. Lol
Came with the holster, its a safe queen....lol
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First gun I bought was a hi-point, it wasn't pretty , a pain in the rear to clean, after putting a few rounds in it and then actually doing research I sold it to purchase something better. I will say it always went bang.

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6 shot RG .22LR... Goes bang all 6 times but getting the spent casings out afterwards is a tasking chore! Still a back back back up for SHTF situations...

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wow. I wouldn't give such stuff any space in the barn loft. Why would you "think" that you are going to SURVIVE the loss or breakage of your "main" guns, anyway?

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I have a Rohn .22 LR revolver. It looks like a single action but it shoots double and single. I think the Blue Book of gun values says it "has no real value". How's that for cheap? I got it from my father in law before he passed on (along with all of his other guns). It fires. But it has been relegated to quick-draw and trick pistol practice 'cause I don't care if it hits the floor and it is about the right weight and balance for that sort of fooling around.

I have never to date sold any of the guns I have, except for one that I found. I sold that Sears Roebuck bolt action (I think it was a Stevens) 12 gauge shotty to the City of San Francisco in one of their gun buybacks for $200. It was worthless to me until that day.

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