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Old 12-11-2009, 04:17 PM   #11
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Looks like you might be right. It's even lighter than the Marlin.

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Any other, even smaller options?
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Check out the Remington Nylon 66.
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THanks. This one's too big and heavy though.

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+1 on the nylon 66.
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The little Henry seems like the best choice so far and at 16 inches is prolly my best bet IF I go for a 22 at all.
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Feather Rav22
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THanks bigcat, now we're getting somewhere.

Too bad most of the people that have a website still haven't figured out the purpose of a website despite htem being around for years. The pic isn't clickable and I can't find a bigger picture of it, sheesh.
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THanks bigcat, now we're getting somewhere.

Too bad most of the people that have a website still haven't figured out the purpose of a website despite htem being around for years. The pic isn't clickable and I can't find a bigger picture of it, sheesh.
I have sold quite a few of those RAV22's and own a 9mm version. They are fun little guns. I have not personally shot the 22 version but my 9mm is very reliable. The 22 version is VERY light. It is mostly made of aluminum and they break down into a small carrying case.
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I love the way it looks and would have wanted to see some big pics but nothing on their site and when filling out the form to get a brochure, the damn thing didn't work either

I just came back from a local gun show and found the Ruger Charger with an Archangel stock which was pretty cool and compact.. Ruger Charger .22LR w/Archangel Charger [CHARGER] - $425.00 : J & S Gun Parts, Best Pricing on the net

If you can remove the front end and the bipod, it would make it pretty small and light (I do like the way that RAV looks though
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+1 on the Henry, mine has been totally flawless in the past 5 years of owner ship and see a lot of use as my truck and tractor gun, with a cheap 3x9 scope it is very accurate to 75 yards. BUT I also just bought a Rossi 22/410 youth combo I know it is a single shot but it is also super light and also with a cheap scope it is about the same or a little more accurate than the Henry also comes with sling mounts and carrying case. So far it goes Bang every time I've pulled the trigger. The Rossi is kinda cheesy made but it works for the little amount of money. And you also have a shot gun barrel to boot.
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