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Old 05-15-2012, 10:10 PM   #451
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sweet! looks much nicer than my ranch hand. is it a henry?
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Will this work?

Muzzle end - Razor flash hider - can stab through sheetrock (or Zombie flesh):
that will do
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Muzzle end - Razor flash hider - can stab through sheetrock (or Zombie flesh):
Sure- You never know when you'll have a conflic with drywall
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My dad bought a 98 Dakota when I was younger. He put 3 transmissions in it in the last 10 or so years, but he still has it and it still runs. I may be a ford guy, but I'm also if the price is right guy because every manufacturer has lemons and it's all about luck. If they are still in business they must have had some quality products.
A 14 year old truck and on its 4th transmission.. that's a good truck because its still running?? I have a 96 f150 never had to do anything except brakes and a starter, still running.

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What's the price on one of thos?
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What's the price on one of thos?
Bout $300. My friend has one that he got from Bud's like $320 after dealer fee's. Good little shooter, lots of fun.
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Bout $300. My friend has one that he got from Bud's like $320 after dealer fee's. Good little shooter, lots of fun.
Yup- I got mine from Buds-
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Bout $300. My friend has one that he got from Bud's like $320 after dealer fee's. Good little shooter, lots of fun.
at $300, that must be a .22? apparently there are larger calibers now for the henry mare's leg, but they cost closer to $800. customs push $1000+.

i think the henry's look much more polished than the ranch hands, but i never handled them, only looked at them.

got my ranch hand in .38/.357 for $420. still overpriced imo, but MUCH less expensive than any other i came across (henrys, customs). this was about the most i could stand to spend on a fun and cool, but somewhat useless gun.

but as useless as it is (well, lets face it, many firearms are just for fun), the mare's leg is a lot of fun to own and shoot. i really suggest the .38/.357, as it is very fun to shoot and still has good punch. the ranch hand is more accurate than i expected, although i had to correct the sights to get it there.

again, in MY zombie killing world....you DO get points for style.
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