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#1 K75RT


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Posted 22 May 2011 - 05:30 PM

These are great shooters and very affordable. It is a single shot bolt action mine is in a walnut stock but other stock materials are available.
It has fibre optic sights and can be fit with a scope if desired.
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#2 Danny Creasy

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Posted 22 May 2011 - 05:46 PM

Handgun version of the Cricket!
Avatar: I pulled the T-36 off of my Kimber Hunter about two years ago and mounted a more flexible glass on it. The Sightron HBR II 6X42 got the nod. I sighted it with some SK Std Plus that I ordered from Midway. The combination was grouping very well. I was using some 3 inch Birchwood Casey dots for aiming points. They have a small half inch diamond in the middle that the crosshairs didn't quite obscure. I had almost forgotten what good shooting one can do with a fixed 6 power scope.

#3 chance_of_rain


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Posted 22 May 2011 - 10:00 PM

Now I know what to do with my daughters Crickett that the Scout replaced. ;)

Neat pistol, er rifle you got there K75RT. :tumbs:

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