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Old 08-18-2017, 01:13 AM
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Did not purchase but was fun to hold!!!! My wife's nephew rode shot gun with me today. He googled for gun shops and came up with this home run!!!
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Anyone in Cub land own a H&R ultra slug gun? Here in Illinois we can't use a rifle so we hunt with a shotgun and slugs. Some now use a muzzle loader. I hope to get my grandson out for youth hunt, but my gun stock is way long for a small frame 7 year old. Anyone have luck changing the stock on their H&R? By the way I use a 20ga.
New England youth shotguns are about $100 at Walmart. Any guage.
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Default Beretta Model 21A .22LR

My father in law gave me this Beretta recently. He bought it new several years ago and said he just wanted to pass it along. It only cost me $5 to add to my permit
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Old 09-24-2017, 07:12 PM
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Nice little noise maker. What caliber?
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Martin, your a gun owner in the state of New York. I don't envy you. I like that I have no required registration or permits. Only a Firearm Owners ID card, and I'm good to possess firearms.

Heirlooms are great. Nice Beretta!
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Nice little noise maker. What caliber?
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Martin, your a gun owner in the state of New York. I don't envy you. I like that I have no required registration or permits. Only a Firearm Owners ID card, and I'm good to possess firearms.

Heirlooms are great. Nice Beretta!
Thanks Jonathan. Yeah don't get me started on NY gun laws and the "safe act" Unfortunately the rest of NY has to suffer from the big city vote...
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Thanks Jonathan. Yeah don't get me started on NY gun laws and the "safe act" Unfortunately the rest of NY has to suffer from the big city vote...
So I've heard.....
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Shoots .22 or .25 rounds
The .25 is a centerfire round and the .22 is a rimfire, .22 might not function very well in a gun chambered for .25
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The .25 is a centerfire round and the .22 is a rimfire, .22 might not function very well in a gun chambered for .25
Your right Tim, not sure where I got that from. Just went and looked it is a .22
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The .25 is a centerfire round and the .22 is a rimfire, .22 might not function very well in a gun chambered for .25
Won't work at all. I didn't catch that at all in his post.

The 21A was available in .22LR or .25ACP.
Did a quick search, and it seems it's able to be converted....
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