Last Chance Survival Rifle Prototype

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soisitimpossible: I shoot the model 42 savage 22wmr/.410 and have heard either the best or worst reviews, but mine has always worked well. So either that or the M6 scout are very viable options in my opinion. I've heard of the savage model 24 which sounds like a dream but have yet to fire one sadly. I know with my model 42 I have secured small game like snow shoe hare and grouse. I'm fairly certain in a time of crisis at close range deer could be taken if needs be, (but I don't support poaching unless for survival needs as it is illegal) if one was lost and starving. All three have iron sights that are absolutely mandatory on every survival rifle. They shouldn't be an option!

Don Russell: you can now build or buy an AR15 for $500 and get a 30 rd mag .22lr conversion unit (Ciener firearms) for $300. That combo, 10.5" barrel and 7.5" of silencer, is FAR superior to any gun that is unsilenced, has no luminous sights, no see thru scope mount, dark, rustproof finish, chromed bore and chamber, or that wont fire both a GI rifle rd and the .22lr. It takes $50,000 and all your spare time for at least 3 years to prep properly and I am NOT talking about buying or leasing land or buildings, either. So spending a few hundred more $ on a real fighting/foraging rifle is nothing. You can build it out of an 80% receiver, or a 3d built lower, and nobody will know you have it. You can pay the extra $20 and UPS will deliver your parts kit wherever you want, "next day" and you can sign any name that you want. You can use a gift debit card or a money order to pay for it, in any name that you wish. Amazon still sells the Paladin press books about how to make a silencer for a .22 and for the Mini-14, but Paladin press is out of biz, so those books will be gone soon!

Don Russell: any survival longarm that lacks a silencer, luminous sights, take-down concealment and rapidfire is sadly deficient.

joseph lamoureux: it be nice to see a 410 one mod battle change out also for it

joseph lamoureux: is there any up dates on your rifle yet

K: It's Eugene Porter from the Walking Dead

joseph lamoureux: any updates on this rifle

Oldcoinsandstuff1: I basically built the same gun but I used the takedown barrel on mine to. If you use the folding stock and the takedown barrel at the same time it will not meet federal law on minimum length . You must have a two inch flash hider

stormcloud34992: Great concept need to tweak a few things tho, 1. Since it is semi auto engineer the front stock with 1-2 cavities that hold spare mags for quick reloads. 2. Adopt a stock design similar to the H&R survival rifle that has a hollow buttstock chamber for ammo or gear. 3. The ferro rod in the pistol grip is great addition should have a striker included or otherwise built in. 4. Consider a red or green light mounted on the front under the barrel for low light read nite time hunting in surv. Situations. Stormcloud out

Pat Bajorek: Sweet ...well thought out.

kenneth worde: Get a short barrel, ruger 10-22 comes to mind, add back up sites,also co-witness, Chance for a lazer, use smaller scope with q-release. Saw a way increase accurate you can get 22cal sizer its a caliper (Midway &Natchez) You can sort 1-6. 22 varies alot, more in winter, extend forearm for storage, box of 55rds of 22? also more area on stock, look up what other have done there  

the terrible rabbit of death: built in iron sights , and over under whit a 410 single shot would be perfect , shut gun is excellent solution .

Paul Whitehead: To PrepareToPaddle any more information on the last chance survival rifle have not found any more about it on the web

assassinblackop: You should wrap 550 paracord around the stock.Orange would be best for signaling and makes you stand out during hunting season.

Steven S.: Excellent Job! Now how do you get one?

kybushcraft25: where can i buy one and how much.

svriderpokey: I like the it. I have a couple of ideas for you. If you're having the barrel custom made anyway, how about having a cantilever scope rail with a built in flip up aperature sight, and an integral tritium front sight. A single point sling mount (1 on each side?) would be a great addition imo. A threaded barrel would be nice on a survival rifle. Lastly, I'd add that if you modeled the pistol grip after an existing popular design with removable grips, the user could opt for a Crimson trace laser.

Sand Stone: Just stay with a stock 10/22...all those mods look cheesy. I doubt Ruger is impressed.

SSGTWinters: agreed AR-7 is just everything you need if the us army and airforce still uses the thing its used for a good reason and should be picked up when one has a chance.

matang lawin: how can i buy one off that survival rifle are they going to send here in philippines and what paper work i need to ??? and how much money to pay including shifting ???

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