But it's like MOST Chiappa stuff, the trigger absolutely SUCKS!!!
I think all Survivalist related firearms have awful triggers...thanks, my friend.
i really like it too, so much so that jam is doing some searches to see where we can get it in canada! i just did some searches trying to find out a price - down in the states you can get it for quite a bit under $200. and i also checked some survival forums and most people gave it a really good review. thanks for sharing this, Stephen...in a few months i'll be getting a new rifle - woohoo!your friend,kymber
Good for you....let me know when it arrives home...thanks, Sweet kymber.
Being a rather large fellow, I've never had trouble carrying a .22 rifle around. I understand the concept; a 'lightweight' .22's a redundancy.
Very true...although I own several man sized .22 rifle of wood and steel which would test the concept. This little rifle, folded and housed in a bag is perfect for a behind the seat application in either car, truck, or as is the case in Alaska, bush pilot's ride.
I like that too! It folds to a little over 16 inches to boot! Would be a good back packing snake hunter rifle when one goes camping!
I agree, sweet lady...thanks.