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it had an AK style "roll-off trigger, anatomical grips, was the finest shooting autopistol I ever held, much less owned. I routinely hit rabbits with it at 100 yds plus, braced on the car window. I had a High Standard Citation Military .22 at the same time, preferred the Nomad, even tho it only cost 1/3rd as much. I don't really want it back, but it was nice to have, beat many a scoped .22 rifleman with it, standing competition. :)
 

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It sounds like a good and usefu; gun. Hopefully you still have it cached away somewhere.
 

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andy said:
it had an AK style "roll-off trigger, anatomical grips, was the finest shooting autopistol I ever held, much less owned. I routinely hit rabbits with it at 100 yds plus, braced on the car window. I had a High Standard Citation Military .22 at the same time, preferred the Nomad, even tho it only cost 1/3rd as much. I don't really want it back, but it was nice to have, beat many a scoped .22 rifleman with it, standing competition. :)
Anatomical grips? You dumb BUTT, shouldn't you say ERGONOMIC GRIPS?
 

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Ak style trigger in a Browning? Not bloody likely.

Geeze ass munch make up lies you can proove.

Anyone notice he has not denied stealing from ole Milt?????
 
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