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  • Grumps21

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    Apr 28, 2021
    May go to Range USA today and get the Rossi rs22 that is on sale.
    Can never have too many .22's.
    I was going to get the Rossi too but then I started reading about cracked receivers. Might read up on that before you buy

    Pistol Pete

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    May 10, 2010
    I tried the Henry pump.
    Couple of things I didn’t care for.
    1.) it was a beotch to pump. Took a lot of strength to cycle it. Think gorilla arm. Small stature shooters will struggle with it.
    2.) the screws holding on the forearm kept working loose. Most likely due to the amount of force it took to pump it. You’ll need to Loctite them.
    Gun shot well. Cycled all different 22 ammo. Even rat shot.
    No loose screws on mine, wish it would slick up a bit tho.


    Beretta fanboy
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    Nov 4, 2015
    No loose screws on mine, wish it would slick up a bit tho.
    The problem with Henry's pump is that its built from many of the same parts as their lever action rifles, a pump has much less mechanical advantage than a lever.

    Even then a purpose built .22 pump isn't the slickest of actions, at least in my experience
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