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TEE said:
Check out the Henry AR-7. It fits nicely in a backpack and floats.

The reviews I've read have said this gun is not sturdy enough for any kind of survival situation. Not to mention all the feeding problems.
 

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The AR-7 does have many problems, but if you needed one to hunt food you should always make your first shot count. I have a Charter Arms AR-7, it is very simple to take apart and clean. very few moving parts. The barrel that comes with these guns can flex when held by the barrel while shooting, I would suggest a all steel replacement.
 

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You can't always make your first shot count when you're dealing with an inaccurate .22 lr with poor sights.
 

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I really like my savage 24 .22wmr over 20 gauge. Not much it can't do.
 

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I can put 10 shots in a quarter at 25 yards with the open sights I made a small case and a waterproof bag that this fits into it's a hit in my oppinion.
 

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huntmaster said:
how about the new savage 42, .410 over .22lr
sounds like a nice gun but I'm not familiar with it. maybe someone on here has one and can tell us how it shoots and what there going for.
 
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