1--Any of the AR-7 survival rifles-- the ones that disassemble and can be stored in the stock. I like the idea, but I've seen and fired three of them, and two were unreliable with many malfunctions. They didn't feel good either, in my hands. They weren't fun to plink with, and weren't as accurate as most other .22 rifles.
2-- Phoenix Arms Rangemaster-- I had one for 6 months and sold it for a slight loss. It was not reliable, and it had weird and un-natural safety features. I bought it because it felt good in my hand and it was light. And it turned out to be an accurate little pistol that would shoot tight groups near the point-of-aim on the sights. But it jammed a lot.
3-- NAA .22 and .22 magnum mini-revolvers with the tiny little grips and the 1" or 1.5" barrels. They're hard to hit anything with, and the recoil (muzzle flip) is severe. But I love their larger versions, such as the "Black Widow," and other models that have bigger grips and longer barrels (3" is so much better than 1.25 inches!) and good sights.
P.S. Longer barrels = higher velocity bullets. It's a significant difference between an inch and three inches.
Gun control isn't about guns. It's about CONTROL.
Last edited by gunsmokeer; 03-17-2008 at 07:40 AM.