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45/410 NEF Survivor

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Big Daddy K, Apr 22, 2007.

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  1. Big Daddy K

    Big Daddy K Member

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    Anybody seen it or have one?

    Opinions please.

    Saw one for $169.00.

    Seems like a neat gun. I like the fully rifled barrel but not the bead sight.
     
  2. Harry Paget Flashman

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    I have owned older H&R rifles/shotguns that are the same as NEF guns. They are inexpensive and reliable. For the same price (~$170) Rossi/Braztech offers a "matched pair" with interchangeable .22LR and .410 barrels which IMO is a lot more versatile... .22/.410 shot/.410 slug. Rossi sure makes nice rifles with beautiful stocks and nice bluing. I prefer them to the NEF/H&R's for quality. Just my 2¢.

    Here is a link: www.rossiusa.com/products/products-matchedpairs.cfm

    Edit: Just noticed this thread: www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=270481
     
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  3. PTK

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    I recently purchased a Rossi 410 and 22 combo for $120 at Dunham's.
     
  4. Gaucho Gringo

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    I wish someone would offer a 357\38 and 20 ga combo.
     
  5. kjeff50cal

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    I have a Rossi .22/20 ga combo, IMHO it is infinately more versatle. I sent off for the recoil pad and it brought the LOP to a more adult size. The .22 lr barrel is more accurate than it has a right to be (ten shots into one 3/8" hole at 25 yards with a 4X scope) and the 20 gauge can be used on game up to feral hogs and deer with slugs.

    It packs away into a 24" carrying bag which I painted the white Rossi logo to match the rest of the bag to make it less obvious. This Rossi rides easy in my vehicle and I'm thinking about buying another, the price is right at $120.00.
     
  6. Oohrah

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    I have a TC 45LC/410. A choke is screwed on the rifled barrel that
    concentrates the shot collum, and stops the spin before leaving the
    muzzle. Excellent shot patterns at least up to fifty feet. Without
    that choke tube, the patterns are very thin with open areas. A couple
    of shot capsules through a rifled 22 or hand gun cartridge will confirm
    how shot performs in rifled bores without a device such as above. Have
    not removed the choke and attempted a 410 slug yet, but it might be
    a great load.
    Also own a 22/410 (older 60s) that is a fair all around shooter. It also
    has a .357 Mag. separate single barrel making it even a greater do most things, Not sure if Stevens or Savage made it.
     
  7. Dr.Rob

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    I didn't see the Rossi 410/22 offered in a full sized stock.
     
  8. PTK

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    Dr.Rob

    The one I bought is a full sized adult stock.
     
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