I have a Sport King that I love. I've had it for more years than I can remember. It's in excellent condition and has never failed no matter what I feed it.
Brilliant post Mr. Lentini. Next time try using acceptable language for all to read and not be offended.BTW we had a Hi Standard 22 revolver growing up and it was one of the best pistols I have ever fired....wish I still had that one
THANKS WHO EVER YOU ARE (ANONYMOUS)PS MR. LENTINI DOES NOT WRITE THIS BLOG.
Great advice except for the part about dry firing. Dry firing a rim fire is extremely hard on the firing pin. It would not take many dry fires to completely break it.
I have a hammer model 4.5 in. barrel High Standard .22 semi-auto pistol that I purchased in 1946 after shooting my cuzins 6 in. barrel version -l ask my folks if l could get one and was told that when l had the money l could buy it (fat chance an 8 yr old kid could come up with $45 in the 40's right) -took me almost a year of -scrounging road sides for bottle returns-peeling cascara trees , selling Frier rabbits & saving my allowance money etc. I still own the gun and its in execellent shape but does not get shot much now days.
MY brother had a high standard. Great pistol . We wore it out shooting it,so he says,love to have one now
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