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Old 10-09-2012, 02:14 AM   #11
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Not being a "troll" by any means. I myself never heard of a .22 rimfire that wasn't going to have the hammer hit around whatever the "chamber" would be and damage something like the face of the breach and/or the firing pin and/or the hammer...

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I'm a big fan of both Hickok45 and Rugers. I already own a SPS-101 in 357 Mag. I guess I may have to find one chambered for .22 or go for a single six or a single ten.
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I'm a big fan of both Hickok45 and Rugers. I already own a SPS-101 in 357 Mag. I guess I may have to find one chambered for .22 or go for a single six or a single ten.
I am as well, although I've yet to get my hands on an SP101 .22, should would like to though lol.
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