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Old Today, 01:05 PM   #16
 
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This really isn’t being marketed as a handgun, it’s being marketed as a rifle complete with shoulder stock.



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You might be a redneck...

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<SNIPPED STUFF>I had a guy (who thought he was highly intelligent) shoot my .22 Jet once by cradling the cylinder in his left hand. He was wearing gloves with knit material between the fingers. The second shot caught his gloves on fire. With that, he was done !
OMG...thank you for this post. Cracked me up. I needed that. People are...amusing.
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We have a 10.5 fluted barrel Cricket in SS with a scope. Shown in this pick of some of our rimfires. It shoots ragged hole 5 shot groups, typically 3/4" or less, at 15 yards. The trigger guard and trigger have been reshaped and the sears worked on as well. It was a great 1st gun for my son and still gets a lot of range time even though it is a single shot.
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