Anybody out there own/shoot any of these rifles? Definalty a cool gun and something to add to the collection but what are some complaints for those who own one?
That seems a little pricey, I've seen them brand new going for about 250-275 and on the used market I've seen then as low as 180 range. Maybe I've just gotten lucky with prices but never managed to pick one up.Saw one on the used rack at vans a couple of days ago, seems like it was $299.
I love those Rugers, I bought one a few months back and have the magpul backpacker stock for it, honestly of I had to choose the ruger or the Henry I would argue and say the ruger is the better survival gun. The A7 seems to be a product of its era which nothing wrong with it but still neat to own.Not really made for survival like the A7 but I have the 10-22 takedown which is nice and compact.
@Cliff731 what the hell do you do with a gun that floats when you go boating?I bought the camo model a few years ago. It is a neat design and concept but I found it to be cheaply made. Some of the metal parts seemed like they were made of pot metal and most of the gun is plastic. It was not very accurate at all. It was somewhat reliable and did float as advertised. For me I just did not have much confidence in it to last very long and my overall opinion was that it fit best in the toy category. Sold it pretty quick after about 200-300 rounds.