B Murf: im surprised they didnt rate the 410 barrel capable of firing 45 long colt
Ivan Beals: How difficult would it be to separate at the breach for bug out bag
Abe Banerman: dude looks like a viking
Savage Creek Survrval: I have had mine for 2 years now and haven't had any trouble with it.
I put a dot sight on it and now I can drive nails with the 22.
All in all its a good little gun.
Island TradeLink: Thank you. Told me what i needed to know.
TheDustysix: Am I not mistaken, for the price for this, one could buy an H&R Topper and
a Ruger 10/22?
Fell Man: Are there such things as combination guns that come with ammo magazines?
Ones that are divided into sections for the different ammo? Are such guns
christhefishhunter: that'd be great for hunting. You could get your buck and a few pheasants
while your at it.
Stan Domann: I have a Model 24 made in 1950. It has a beautiful walnut stock, high
polished bluing on the barrel and a beautiful case hardened receiver. It
is a beautiful gun.
silverfd: I already have a maverick88 and a ruger 10/22. Unless this gun cost only
80 bucks, I doubt I would need it or want it.
frankcastle7777: Toooo much plastic and does not eject the spent rounds. :(
THEEND123321: you said that your spring came out of place, did this happen when you had
the safety on and pulled the trigger? I had a friend that had the same
problem he did fired it first and then he couldn't move the hammer he
brought it to a armor who put the spring back in, I have have this M 42 no
problem yet just want to see you you know anything new?
Redshift313: Nice... depending on the price though
dobe5487: This is the worst piece of overpriced junk I ever bought.
Horrible sight, terrible trigger and the stock started falling apart before
I even shot it.
sharontony: Nice gun, but overpriced, IMHO.
2bonosc: Sir, have you tried CCI's 22 CB longs? Does the 410 shoot a slug? Thank you
whycuds: Excellent review.
pat rowley: Can you shoot 22 long or short or mag ?
Josh Kasel: I like his other video opening WIHT THE AMERICAN
king kong: verry tiny rifle
Mark Hadley: Will this shoot 45LC?
Joshua Reynolds: this would be a great starter gun for a 10 year old in my opinion not to
knock anybody who owns and uses one i just think it would be great for a
Rebel Rhymes: Ingenious, useful survival weapon
outcomeagent: How is it on shooting slugs
Bill Williams: Thank you for a very educational video, I learned allot!!
Grimthings: Great Video
joe c: Beard.
MrMudNugget: pretty cool
Austin Larson: I have a 24 in 223 and 12ga. It's a heavy gun but it's still lighter than
scott6154: Nice Job!
Don Russell: You'd be way ahead with a silencer on a Marlin Papoose takedown .22
autorifle, believe me. Unchoked 410's wont reliably bring a starling out of
a tree beyond 50 ft with the 2.5" shell, or 60 ft with the 3" 410. I aint
kidding or mistaken, either. Silencers change everything, fighting or
foraging, folks. If it[s not a combat risk deal, then a one pound pocket
9mm is the better choice, along with the weight of your longarm and ammo,
carried as monofilament gill nets, trotlines, snares, birdlime for roosts,
etc. Box traps are not hard to make out of sticks, and rabbits can't chew
thru them, they're too dumb. Birds can be so caught, too, with batwing
topdoors that "re-set" and keep on catching more birds, with the same
bait! :-) Read Ragnar Benson's book. SURVIVAL POACHING . your local
library can order it for you, free.
valentegonzalez65: Awesome.thanks for the demonstration.
Steven Noel: Looks like a great rifle , i enjoy your videos ! keep up the good work .
EDWARD WAYNE WHITALL: DON'T LET THE GUN NUTS WIN.
Gunblastdotcom: There are better choices, but it would certainly work for that. jeff
9stafford9: any thing out there with .22lr over 30/30 or .223 or like, take small game
if wild pig get in the way have good range with hitting power .
TheKodiak72: a .45 LC shot from it wouldnt blow the gun up.
Ike Ozurumba: could I trouble you to know what song that is at the end of the video?
Aubrey Collins: The case of a 22wmr is slightly larger, so it can't be placed in a 22lr. It
just won't fit.
Gunblastdotcom: MSRP is $344.14.
hoshnasi: Those M6 are exceedingly expensive! This Savage 42 is not exactly an
economic offering either though.
vettelover2009: you're a real treasure...your parents should have buried you
Gunblastdotcom: Yes I can. Jeff
grayghost1031: Jeff thanks for the great video as always. Please let us know when they
release the 22mag version. I pick one up under $350 yesterday. I love it, I
had the older over and under and they were a bit heavy not this one. Again
thank you for work you do. Take care my friend, Gray ghost
Gunblastdotcom: Only speculation. jeff
Angel Gonzales: Any gun made to be able to fire different cartridges will specify.
Gunblastdotcom: Yes, you can. Shorts will not cycle most semi-autos, but that is not an
issue with this one.
vettelover2009: you might wanna start looking at a 12 gauge with hard cast slugs for bear
my friend...or you might just be his dinner
JohnTheHater: A folding stock would be awesome.
Gunblastdotcom: i would not. Jeff
Holiday: We don\t make alot, but our group do get to travel frequently. Just this year we went to Bangkok to get pictures and their holiday schedules. We are still in a growing phrase so best we can aim for is break even. I think everyone have to overcome the same type of challenge when starting something new. Don\t give up!
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