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.22 rifles

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by whm1974, Jul 18, 2004.

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  1. whm1974

    whm1974 Member

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    There are some rifles I'm wanting to get once I find a place to shoot one.

    I'm looking at the Henry Repeating Arms U.S. Survival Rifle(AR-7 clone). I wanted an AR-7 since I was a kid.

    I also want a MAK22 made by Armscor which is an AK47 look alike in .22 LR

    Anyone here have one of these? I'm wanting reviews.

    -Bill
     
  2. Jesse308

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    The AR-7 I had was a POS. It jammed a lot and wasn't that accurate. I don't have any experience with the Armscor.
     
  3. BryanP

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    If you just want a fun and reliable take-down .22 pick up a Marlin Papoose.
     
  4. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

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    I'll second BrianP re Papoose .. I love mine!

    And yeah - never heard much but bad about AR-7 ...
     
  5. Don Buckbee

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    AR-7's

    I bought two of them for my boys some time ago. They were junk. Never would feed right. So, we sold them...
    Don
     
  6. whm1974

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    Thanks guys. Now I've heard that the AR-7 made by Armalite and Charter Arms had problems but the one made by Henry has some improvements and work better. I'm looking for reviews by people who have Henry's US Survivel rifle.

    But thanks

    -Bill
     
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