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Old 11-05-2011, 03:34 PM   #1
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Default 1 lb. Pack Rifle...and Fishing Pole!

Very interesting survival/hiking tool. Single-shot bolt action, weighs in at just shy of 16oz and converts into a fishing pole. Not bad. Wonder how she shoots.

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Old 11-05-2011, 10:36 PM   #2
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Very interesting survival/hiking tool. Single-shot bolt action, weighs in at just shy of 16oz and converts into a fishing pole. Not bad. Wonder how she shoots.

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that is just way cool! i have no need for one, but i want one!
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The main reason I would want to carry a pack rifle would be to protect me from critters of two or four legs. This thing is lightweight, but unless you are being attacked by a single squirrel, I don't see the value of it.
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I agree with chainfire.
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oh i agree, but it is unique in a swiss army knife kind of way! wait a minute let me put it back in rifle mode and shoot this trout i caught!
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$425?
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well for $425, i believe i will pass and wait till k-mart has them on the markdown isle with the other Ronco stuff.
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I bought one of my sons a Chipmunk rifle when he turned 10. Everyone who ever shot that gun wanted one like it. I think it was a way better choice than this one.
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Well, nothing is perfect. But I still think it's an interesting concept. Certainly unique.
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Unique yes, but i must say it looks quite ugly. IMO
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