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Marshall Matt Dillon:
Well,,,i did it again. I bought a gun i know nothing about, paid a huge price, and now want to know what i have. I have a habit of this, but some guns just call to me and I can’t help myself,,,,

USFA in perfect shape. 22lr, with 12 shot cylinder.  Box and papers included. Not a single mark on it anywhere. Bought as unfired out of usfa collection.

Shoot or don’t shoot? I am guilty of shooting “collector” guns. What if i die and never shoot it,,then my son walks right in, picks it up and blast all my remmy golden bullets thru it before he sells it for $50. I could have done that!

 Now i read there were italian made guns. I hope this is a USA made gun.

Can you guys tell me about it?

markg44:
Those came out much later than the Italian parts guns.
Very nice gun by the way. I would shoot it, don't holster it.
  Mark

Marshall Matt Dillon:

--- Quote from: markg44 on March 18, 2021, 09:26:07 AM ---Those came out much later than the Italian parts guns.
Very nice gun by the way. I would shoot it, don't holster it.
  Mark

--- End quote ---

I just found/read a couple articles saying that too.  Happy for that!

Buckaroo Lou:
Yep, what markg44 said.  ;D

Dave T:
I certainly looks US made, but you've already been told that.

I don't/won't own a gun I can't shoot. Were it mine I would be looking for the left over 22 LR ammo in the shop and find out where the sights are regulated. Then blast (or maybe plink) away!

Dave

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