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Old 05-19-2009, 11:59 PM
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Default New Puma PPS22. .22lr PPSH-41 copy. 2009 import.

http://www.legacysports.com/products/puma/index.html

Wow! Look what I stumbled upon.

This compact .22 LR is only 33.5” overall length, with a 16” barrel length. Available with either a wood or synthetic stock, this new Puma also comes with a 50 round drum magazine for extended shooting. Of course, if you live in a more restrictive area, a 10 round stick magazine version will also be available in both wood and synthetic stock models. Also included in the package is a loading assist tool (50 round magazine only), to aid in recharging the magazine. Extra magazines are sold separately.

Hopefully they are compatible with the old Armi Jager/Bingham PPS imports so that we can use our prebans.
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Old 05-20-2009, 12:15 AM
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Old 05-20-2009, 12:25 AM
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There's even a 10 rounder this time around.


Comparison to the Bingham import.
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Man I really like it. Only if they had 10/50 rd drums! $550.00 for the wood stock with 10 rd mag is not a bad.
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nice..........another semi rim fire to choose from to buy in the some what near future
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I have one of the aztec/binghams and they are very well built but the trigger is 12lbs of grit and the bb gun type sights make her a toy instead of a alternative to the gsg...IMO
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I'll take it.
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How come we haven't heard more about this rifle? I handled one at a shop in Memphis last month and it seemed OK to me. I wasn't too thrilled about the $500 price though. Anyone have any experience with these yet?
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This is the one I was looking at;

Bounty Hunter




Based on the gun that cowboy character Josh Randall carried in the 1950’s television series by the same name, Legacy Sports International announces the release of the Bounty Hunter Model 92 under their popular Puma brand. Manufactured in Italy by Chiappa Firerms,the Bounty Hunter is considered by Federal Law a handgun, not a rifle.

It’s 12 inch barrel and 24 inch overall length make it ideal as a pack gun or a nostalgia collectible. With a six round magazine, the Bounty Hunter also features a large, ¾ loop lever and the same beautiful wood and metal finish as the new line of full sized Model 92’s. Available in .45 Colt, .44-40 or .44 Magnum.
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Looks ugly to me. Looks more like a PPD-40 than a PPSH-41, but still doesn't look that much like it.

I know I am making a big deal about the looks, but that is the main draw to these types of .22s. If it wasn't for looks or tacticoolness, then you're better off buying a 10/22 for far less.
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Looks ugly to me. Looks more like a PPD-40 than a PPSH-41, but still doesn't look that much like it.

I know I am making a big deal about the looks, but that is the main draw to these types of .22s. If it wasn't for looks or tacticoolness, then you're better off buying a 10/22 for far less.
Agreed. But, some of us already have several 10-22s and are always looking for something different to add to the collection.
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Looks like my old Savage with a barrel shroud...
I likie :O)
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seems like Black Dog even has mags for it
http://blackdogmachinellc.net/puma-stick-mag-2.aspx
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They had one of the PPSH's at City Arms some time back. It was slightly tempting, but too much money for a fun .22 shooter.


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Bounty Hunter




Based on the gun that cowboy character Josh Randall carried in the 1950’s television series by the same name, Legacy Sports International announces the release of the Bounty Hunter Model 92 under their popular Puma brand. Manufactured in Italy by Chiappa Firerms,the Bounty Hunter is considered by Federal Law a handgun, not a rifle.

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Zoe in Firefly used to use one of those, too!

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Just picked mine up today from my favorite FFL, Independent Armament.

Will post later this weekend with a review. Came with one ten-round magazine and in great shape.
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haha I don't see the purpose to buying this gun, it almost looks like a 10/22 anyway
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Some of us like the PPSH-41 and since we cannot get one in this state and are not willing to chance it on ****ty 9 mm clones, we do the next best thing: get the PPS-22.

Pray tell, are you using mag locks or MMGs on any of your black rifles?

If so, know that the rest of the country is "ha ha"-ing you for that.

It's a matter of perspective. Don't be a dick and crap on other's stuff, dude.
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Just picked mine up today from my favorite FFL, Independent Armament.

Will post later this weekend with a review. Came with one ten-round magazine and in great shape.

Congratulations lomalinda. You really got a great deal on it. I can't wait to see it in person.
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I had the Bingham Squires, back in the day, and it was sweet!
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http://www.legacysports.com/products/puma/index.html

Wow! Look what I stumbled upon.

This compact .22 LR is only 33.5” overall length, with a 16” barrel length. Available with either a wood or synthetic stock, this new Puma also comes with a 50 round drum magazine for extended shooting. Of course, if you live in a more restrictive area, a 10 round stick magazine version will also be available in both wood and synthetic stock models. Also included in the package is a loading assist tool (50 round magazine only), to aid in recharging the magazine. Extra magazines are sold separately.

Hopefully they are compatible with the old Armi Jager/Bingham PPS imports so that we can use our prebans.
I am 99% sure our drums are compatible with the old Armi Jager/Bingham PPS imports. I will have to double check with Kevin.
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They had one of the PPSH's at City Arms some time back. It was slightly tempting, but too much money for a fun .22 shooter.




Zoe in Firefly used to use one of those, too!

Ha thank you for making that observation first, ice breaker for us sci-fi nerds. In those calibers I can totally see Nishka's henchmen dropping like they did. Now about Vera.
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CDNN has the Puma/PPSH for $249.00!

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CDNN has the Puma/PPSH for $229.00!
I can't find it. Are you sure it's $229? Is there a special? Their current cat. says $249.
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I can't find it. Are you sure it's $229? Is there a special? Their current cat. says $249.
you're right, $249.00.Went back and fixed it....still a heck of a deal.
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There's also a black stock that looks sweet.
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sweet may need to add this one to the herd...
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OMG the evil barrel shroud, it's too ugly to be in the Great Golden State.

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