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Old 08-05-2013, 12:19 AM   #11
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OP asked if he overpaid. When these guns can be found for 20-50 bucks, then yes, he did, which is all anyone said about it.
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I agree with all the posters, that this is very low quality gun but I also agree with robertusa123 as far as the reliability of some of these. I have a .22 magnum that I've shot a fair amount of brass thru and haven't had any problems.
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If it is larger than a .22, I wouldn't fire it with your hand. They are of pot-metal construction and have a reputation of coming apart without warning.
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If it is larger than a .22, I wouldn't fire it with your hand. They are of pot-metal construction and have a reputation of coming apart without warning.
The .32 is especially notorious for this.
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I have one that is worn out. Probably has 2 or maybe 3 boxes of ammo through it. We use it for practicing quick-draw or pistol tricks with (unloaded) because we don't care if it falls on the ground. Piece of junk. I inherited mine and I got ripped off.
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OP asked if he overpaid. When these guns can be found for 20-50 bucks, then yes, he did, which is all anyone said about it.
If you read carefully you will see that I believe he overpaid.

As I recall when I looked up the gun in the Blue Book many of the Rohms are not given a value at all, regardless of the condition.
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If you read carefully you will see that I believe he overpaid.

As I recall when I looked up the gun in the Blue Book many of the Rohms are not given a value at all, regardless of the condition.
That was in reply to Robert. I know you and I are on the same page.
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i would love to now where everyone is finding 30$ and 40$ guns that are'nt broken parts guns. i cant even find a box of ammo for that price anymore
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i would love to now where everyone is finding 30$ and 40$ guns that are'nt broken parts guns. i cant even find a box of ammo for that price anymore
Quite honestly I haven't found any for awhile. i am looking though because I need to stock up for the next gun buyback program in SF. They pay $200 per gun.
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If it is larger than a .22, I wouldn't fire it with your hand. They are of pot-metal construction and have a reputation of coming apart without warning.
even in 22 i wouldnt. i made the mistake of buying a herbert schmidt 22 once, worthless piece of crap. top strap sheared apart.
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even in 22 i wouldnt. i made the mistake of buying a herbert schmidt 22 once, worthless piece of crap. top strap sheared apart.
Dam--it almost died
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