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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by fritz191122lr, Aug 3, 2013.
Sorry and that I bought a Saturday night special ROHM 10s for $85 was it worth it
Not really, no.
I don't know its a 22 long rifle and it seems to fire fine
Enjoy it if it works. It just ain't worth that much. I'd give $30, and many people would think I'd be over paying.
Is this a first or only gun?
No I have a few other guns
IMO, about $65 too much!
The question is, does it actually work with some kind of reliability?
Some people are stuck in yestordays priced. Any gun under 100 that shoots when you pull the trigger without blowing up is a great deal in today's market. I have a rohn rg14 22lr that I picked up for 95$ out the door. Its a fun plinker. that I have over 1500 rounds thufe since I got it with out one failer for 10 bucks more then it cost to put gas in my truck
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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