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Old 10-25-2008, 06:43 PM   #11
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I'm not familiar with their pistols, but I seriously considered a single shot H&R rifle recently. For the price the rifle seemed very well put together.

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Old 10-25-2008, 10:10 PM   #12
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Comanche revolvers are made by an Argentine company called Rexio. They used to be really awful, they made some improvements (they replaced the cheap alloy frames with steel) but they are still quite bad.

In the local market, almost no gun store carries them. Although they are cheaper than Taurus, and S&W and Ruger guns cost twice as much as they do in the US, Rexios don't seem to be popular over here.

Plus they only have a 1 year warranty.

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Old 10-26-2008, 12:31 AM   #13
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You didn't specify wether you want a double action or a single action. My reccomendation is a ruger single six blued. You'll never wear it out,every one I've seen shot better than I could,very reasonable in price. Be sure and get model with adjustable sights as it's no fun to have to hold off target just to hit with it when the sights happen to be off with fixed sight model.
I agree with Stalkingbear - the Ruger Single Six is about as good as you can get for .22lr or .22 mag (if you get the convertible) in a reasonable price range. And the Rugers are all built like tanks. You'll probably wear out before they do.
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Old 10-26-2008, 08:18 PM   #14
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I'll second ruger single six with Magnum cylinder.This gives you versatility to
do some hunting or rodent control should you desire.

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Anyone have any experience with the Charter Arms Pathfinder .22LR? I was considering the 4" barrel model.

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Anyone have any experience with the Charter Arms Pathfinder .22LR? I was considering the 4" barrel model.
They're OK. Charter Arms has had a difficult time financailly. Their pistols are made "fairly" well.
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