I bought a .177 and a .22 a couple of years ago when they first came out. Great performing rifles. I've since moved the .177 along to a young man that wanted to be able to hunt with his uncle, but I still have my .22. It is one of my favorite tree squirrel hunting rifles. Especially when I want to travel light. Any furball inside of 70 yards is in deep trouble. It isn't shiny, but man does it shoot.
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