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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-23-2019, 10:12 PM
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I have a hammer drilling by my chair, I've been shooting problem pine (red) squirrels with it.


I got two a few days ago, with a "right" and a "left"...


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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-01-2019, 06:20 PM
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I've got a DB that I put a picatinny rail and an inexpensive 2x long eye relief scope on. Shoots fine. It is up for sale now. I really don't use it and have other desires. No issues with it and accurate enough.
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I've got a DB that I put a picatinny rail and an inexpensive 2x long eye relief scope on. Shoots fine. It is up for sale now. I really don't use it and have other desires. No issues with it and accurate enough.
GBO has a classifieds section. Have you listed it there for sale? Pictures help the sale. And a price is required.

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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-22-2019, 08:49 AM
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I had one for a time. I liked it for the sights, the double triggers, and its handiness. However, it was particular about ammo - the .22 lr ammo from Aquila had problems. Either the rim was too strong for the firing pin or the firing pin spring was too weak. CCI and other ammo worked. For me, a trunk gun or survival gun must shoot any brand of ammo in that caliber. (Similar issues I had with the Henry AR7 survival rifle and the Marlin 795 - they required high velocity ammo as standard velocity would not operate the action half the time).


At one time EAA (also known as Spartan under the Remington Brand) had a very nice combo in .22 or .22 Magnum over 20 gauge. It had double triggers. It was accurate. It had a rear sight that was only adjustable for windage and the front sight for elevation. I had one for a time in .22 Magnum over 20 gauge. I wanted one in .22 but could never find one as they seem to disappear by buyers quicker than me. They did make a slightly different model in .22 over .410.
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