Posted 28 October 2008 - 06:57 PM
Thanks ShooterJohn I appreciate it. Just a love. I don't do it for money but just like to trick them out some. This gun would work well as a survival gun. I think the seals Tim puts in is several generations better then the old ones and wouldn't be surprised if they last 25 years of more. The gun is light weight, accurate and very capable of taking game. Especially now sense Mac1 worked on it. Try to pump it 14 times! LOL Got to start working on my AR6 pistol next. I have an older one. Well not sure exactly and still trying to figure when it was made and how many. It's a 22 cal 6 shot repeater with a few differences. 1 is the barrel is threaded. 2 the stock is a different shape and has a shoulder stock with it. Looks factory and beautiful finish. I'm going to gold plate things and tear into it and would like to have the seals redone on it as well. So if anybody can help on that please let me know. I've chrony it and it does kick ass. Over 1000 when filled. Changes quickly though. Goes from plus 1000 to 800 in 6 shots (16 grain lead hollow point pellets). Fun gun to shoot though.Fishwrestler, I totally agree. For a reasonable price they are solid guns and with some attention they can be awesome.Take care,Bone
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