Discussion in 'On Topic' started by 7lvis, Nov 10, 2007.
Anyone have opinions on these guns?
the only reason you'd want these is if you're in australia
im in australia.
so how do they compare to say a bolt 303 or a lever3030 or a double shotgun
as far as reliability,etc.?
the only decent pump rifle is the remington 7600 in .308 or .223 - it's based on the remington 700 shotgun
the most popular lever shotgun is the schwarzenegger special norinco
what about the pump 22s are they okay for rabbits?
How common are pumps and levers with detachable square magazines?
pump .22 rimfire or pump .223
becoz i wanna see vids of you blasting rabbits with a 223
I imagine that a .22 would be more than adequate for hunting rabbits.
Save for that pump-action Remington referrred to earlier, detachable box magazines are practically non-existant on pump/lever-action rifles/shotguns. I don't think there's a lever-action rifle/shotgun out there with a detachable magazine.
Also in for rabbits being reduced to red-mist explosions against a brown fur backdrop.
a pump 22 would be fine for rabbits and I think the only box magazine lever gun is a Browning BLR.
Didn't know such a thing existed. Cool.
Available in .22-250 Rem, .243 Win, 7mm-08 Rem, .308 Win, .358 Win, 270 Win, 30-06 Springfield, 7mm Rem Mag, .300 Win Mag, .300 WSM, .270 WSM, 7mm WSM, .450 Marlin, and .325 WSM.
the remington 7615 pump rifle uses standard AR15 mags
they can look very tacticool if that's your goal...
I just mean easier to quickly load rather than having to fill a tube up.