Re: Old .22 Rifles
Originally Posted by FloridaFialaFan
Next in the "skeleton" stock
style of old .22s is this FIREARMS INTERNATIONAL CORP.
FIE) .22rf single-shot. This is their takedown model. Despite rumors to the contrary, these were manufactured in the USA and NOT
When rights to this design were sold to GARCIA (yes, the fishing tackle folks), they
named the gun BRONCO. Nowdays, the several similar rifles and shotguns which look like this are incorrectly being called "BRONCO."
Next to fail at successfully marketing this design was BAUER FIREARMS CORP. of Fraser, Michigan who named their gun RABBIT. Unfortunately I've not found one of either of these latter two brands for my collection . . . yet!
Best regards ~ ~ ~ FFF
My favorite mixed metaphor: He's marching to a different kettle of fish.
Just saw one like this on American Pickers, they said it was a bike gun. Like the one shown here:http://nramuseum.com/the-museum/the-...ump-rifle.aspx
There is no such thing as a gun accident.
Irresponsible gun owners cause so-called gun accidents.
Last edited by Rocketman1; 10-26-2012 at 11:16 PM..