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Old 12-22-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with this. I cant get it till after xmas but im thinking about it for my girlfriend.

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I just got one, but I have not shot it yet. I like it. Simple to operate, folds up (although not all the way), will shoot LR, long, or shorts, you can mount a grip, flashlight, scope, etc., and threads for a suppressor. The price can't be beat and it is great for a pack gun. Would be a good gun to teach a beginner and easy to shoot. Comes with a little bag to carry it in. I'm sure it will shoot just fine. There are some videos on it. Got mine from Kentucky Gun Co. Good luck.



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Bought one just after xmas
Love it!!!
Stays in my back pack
Already taken half a dozen critters with it.
Only problem I found with it was the rear peep sight is a little restricting in lower light levels
I opened mine up with a 5-32 drill bit, and much better.
Ive only been shooting RWS subsonics so far for hunting.
But have target shot with CCI Mini-mags and Stingers.

Wicked little .22 to carry on the atv!!!


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This is exactly why I want one. I'll probably try and luck one up soon.

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I just got one, but I have not shot it yet. I like it. Simple to operate, folds up (although not all the way), will shoot LR, long, or shorts, you can mount a grip, flashlight, scope, etc., and threads for a suppressor. The price can't be beat and it is great for a pack gun. Would be a good gun to teach a beginner and easy to shoot. Comes with a little bag to carry it in. I'm sure it will shoot just fine. There are some videos on it. Got mine from Kentucky Gun Co. Good luck.
Well, I took it out and shot it...a LOT! Sighted it in and it is very accurate! The trigger is like butter...nice and smooth! I'm very happy with it all the way around. Great for carrying under the seat of my old truck!


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