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  1. #61
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    Default Re: Mouse guns - who's got one?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparks View Post
    I like my FIE Titan in .25 .

    Which is also the Astra Cub and the Colt Jr. I believe that Astra was the original manufacturer. I've carried Colt Juniors when concealment was the most important criterion.
    A Russian tale: Prince Igor is hunting in the woods in the dead of winter. The icy wind makes his eyes tear. A bird turns to another bird and says,"Look! He's crying!" The other bird says,"Don't watch his eyes, watch his hands."

  2. #62
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    Default Re: Mouse guns - who's got one?

    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    not that i'd actually carry it.
    Even in black and white I can see how nice that one is.
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

  3. #63
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    Default Re: Mouse guns - who's got one?

    Do I dare to admit owning a Jennings J-25 and a Raven MP-25?

  4. #64
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    Default Re: Mouse guns - who's got one?

    Quote Originally Posted by str8shooter View Post
    Not so proud owner of a Jennings J-22. <hangs head in shame>
    Ill never own another jennings, raven, bryco, or whatever there name is this week because they were sued, again.
    I had a jennings j22 that tried to kill me several times. Paid multiple gunsmiths to try and fix it and no luck. In fact, that may be the only gun I've quite literally through in the trash.
    After having it blow apart many time while shooting, the last straw was when it literally exploded in my hand. I still don't know what happened exactly. Pick it up from the local gunsmith/shop and went out back to test it(boonies), Fired first few rounds just fine. Then, go to fire about round 3, and it goes kaboom. Damn near full instantaneous disassembly like something you'd see in a movie. Broken pieces, springs, live rounds, a barrel and more just flying through the air in every direction. Off to the scrap heap after that.

  5. #65
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    Default Re: Mouse guns - who's got one?

    Quote Originally Posted by jakebrake View Post
    No one here owns a lorcin, or, no one will admit it?
    Same as Jennings and raven. They sold the company to family members to essentially get out of lawsuits and bankruptcy from lawsuits on several occasions. Kept pumping the same crap, then selling and renaming the business and pumping out more of the same crap

  6. #66
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    Default Re: Mouse guns - who's got one?

    Also had a Taurus pt22, the knock of of the Beretta. It's was really nice and quite heavy. Way to much recoil for the weight. Reloading could be a pain in the ass as you had to load the up up barrel, couldn't rack the slide. It also tended to bite while shooting. It was for the wife but she preferred shooting my 9mm it was loader, but easier on the body than that .22lr. Had maybe a 1.5" barrel lol

  7. #67
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    Quote Originally Posted by icp4life162005 View Post
    Same as Jennings and raven. They sold the company to family members to essentially get out of lawsuits and bankruptcy from lawsuits on several occasions. Kept pumping the same crap, then selling and renaming the business and pumping out more of the same crap
    lorcins had a MUCH lower image than my ravens do. (hell...a raven was almost famous from being used in the opening credits of "southland").


    every now and again, I entertain the idea of buying one.(i'd never shoot it)
    There is no greater sorrow than to recall in misery the time when we were happy - Dante.

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