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Single Shot .22

Jackalope

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The old coon hunter i hunted with last night was saying he needs to get him another .22 before season comes in. He has a single shot bolt now that mis-feeds a bunch.. One of those where you lay the round in the opening and close the bolt.. But after 40 years of coon hunting with that gun the old .22 is feeding them into the hole for the extractor beside the feed ramp.. It's slap worn out.Anyways. Considering how nice he's been I'm looking for a .22 for him.. Preferably a single shot as .22 shorts are the go to round. Plus no worry about remembering to unload the gun before putting it back in the box to change spots. And when getting to a treed dog through brush it's just safer..

Anyway, wondering if anyone had an old one but a goodie hanging around in the safe they're looking to make a deal on.. :)

Thanks.
 

rrr

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Thought about that. To be honest though from what I have seen for prices on just about every gun i have ever looked at on there; by the time you pay what they want, the FFL fee, and shipping you could dang near buy a new one.

That's why I started that FFL thread, it'd be sweet if someone on here had one and could do some buying for us (even thought that fee would still be there, I'm assuming there is some markup on there as well). I thought Hicks was thinking about getting his, or maybe he's got one? Could be wrong.
 

Geezer

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The old coon hunter i hunted with last night was saying he needs to get him another .22 before season comes in. He has a single shot bolt now that mis-feeds a bunch.. One of those where you lay the round in the opening and close the bolt.. But after 40 years of coon hunting with that gun the old .22 is feeding them into the hole for the extractor beside the feed ramp.. It's slap worn out.Anyways. Considering how nice he's been I'm looking for a .22 for him.. Preferably a single shot as .22 shorts are the go to round. Plus no worry about remembering to unload the gun before putting it back in the box to change spots. And when getting to a treed dog through brush it's just safer..

Anyway, wondering if anyone had an old one but a goodie hanging around in the safe they're looking to make a deal on.. :)

Thanks.
I got a real nice ole Stevens Favorite rolling block but it ain'tz fo sale - but ya can get a new one for around $200 sumptin - dang - http://www.google.com/products/cata...TxOqew2ATi6qDOBg&sa=title&ved=0CAcQ8wIwADgA#p
 
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Milo

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Well heck Eric. lol I couldn't look at it from work and didn't realize that was for a specific gun. That ain't hateful at all... I like it...
muh nephew has one and that dumb fuggers killed about everything wif one... dam kids....purty accurate..
 

Milo

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i tell you what stillalope, there is a decent gun store that always has stuff like this in the used gun rack not to far from sigs house in marystucky....cash talk and bullshat walks there... prolly got a couple there now... you just missed swappers day too...
 

Beentown

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Jack I have a few but non for sale. The are spoken for or too old/valuable to sell. I have an Model 58 Winny that is from way back.





Or a single pistol



Or an old Springer



Actually looking through the pics...I might have something....Good shooter but in field condition.



Let me know if you are still looking.

Beentown
 
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hickslawns

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I picked one up last year for $75 at Max's Flea Market and Water Dog Races. My kids just aren't ready yet, but I am saving it for when they are ready. I am guessing this is along the lines of what you want? I will keep my eyes open.