Pat Bajorek: Sweet ...well thought out.
Don Russell: Cut the Papoose's barrel to 6" and regular .22lr ammo will be subsonic when
fired tbhru it. Mount 6" of silencer, and add a telescoping buttstock, and
you've got a really handy,useful shtf rifle. Just gotta know to stay in
either darkness or thick cover.
Steve Miller: Favorite survival rifle? Marlin Papoose. Very light, reliable and
accurate. Breaks down into 2 ridiculously small parts. I am trying to
figure out a way to use the butt stock to store things.
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
Chance Sanders: Thanks guys for the input. I want this thing to be as user friendly as
possible. Keep the ideas coming!
John Parker: yes, its a real gun
Shepards Path: chance, i am glad to see this video. i have favorited it on my page. you
really did your homework on this one, and i am glad that our conversations
were able to help you brainstorm it out. love that you gave me the LER
optic option lie we taked about. super cool product. would love to own one
or do a full field review when they are available. i am sure you will let
me know. thanks. Morgan.
D Toe: agreed, the ruger takedown is pretty sweet
OutdoorChautauqua: I really like where this is headed.
bigdogbuc: Excellent Job! Now how do you get one?
123jjjosh: not trying to be mean but dress up clothes
DevilTakeMe: Love the idea, but how will it compare now that Ruger's got the 10/22
Takedown out? Perhaps a modification on the newer Ruger would be of
interest? Perhaps make the breakdown barrel fit onto the folding stock for
even more compactness?
forestgnome55: Hay Chance, a great idea! Set up the hollow grip to hold a pull through
cord and a cleaning brush / jag. Happy thanksgiving. Regards and beat, Pink
Sand Stone: Just stay with a stock 10/22...all those mods look cheesy. I doubt Ruger is
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.
zippy5081: i love Takedowns however all this rifle is on the video is a...Ruger,10/22
and Ruger has just released a new 10/22 Takedown rifle which is selling
very well indeed. all Ruger needs to do is fit a strong robust folding
stock on there new Takedown and it would be the best Takedown on the market
and i am sure there will be a after market folding stock made by a tuning
company for the new Ruger Takedown very soon. and no dout more tunning
parts as well which will sell,
Journeyman71: Great idea especially the breakdown possibilities. Any idea how many rounds
you could carry? I would keep it as a self contained unit ie. rifle and
everything it may need to keep it going plus ammo. Ferro rod is a nice
touch but what about a tube on the lower rails for survival items that can
be attached and detached as needed with fire, tinder, cordage, blade etc.
A Johnson: Looks like a cool idea, but my AR-7 Henry US Survival Rifle works great and
is inexpensive and light. Super easy to field clean too. Cool looking .22
cvcoco: I subscribed to this, when will you have something to sell?
assassinblackop: You should wrap 550 paracord around the stock.Orange would be best for
signaling and makes you stand out during hunting season.
S.A. Bailey: Pretty cool. I would love to own a suppressed one. Love the idea of the
fero rod. If you want ammo storage on the gun, would a system that attached
to the rails below the barrel be an option? I was thinking just a long
hollow tube you could pour bullets out of before reloading your magazine.
Very cool. Thanks. Seth
nukehayes8346: Where you shooting cheap bulk? I only ask due to the one random low report
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.
dirtypp: I like the fold stock very much! But I would move the tactical flash light
mount from the muzzle back, so you can hold on to the flash light as your
thenrylee: I would set the stock up to carry cleaning, repair items, tools, and ad ons
for the gun. There are other kits that one should have for fire, shelter,
and such. The gun needs to be usable. If you get a shell casing stuck in
the barrel for example, you might as well thrown it away if you can't fix
forestgnome55: Oops! I ment to say that the rifle was a great idea! Regards, Pink
mathew1929: BEST IDEA YET!!! A few things though. If you're going to use the hollow
tude for ammo you might want to put something in there so it cant rattle
around when you're walking or moving. I'd would also put a rail more in the
middle of the barrel to put like a light weight angeled grip. Other than
that, the rifle is awesome!
gander2000: I think that any survival rifle should have in the stock gun parts you may
need. Such as springs, new firing-pin, and any tools you may need to put
them in. In stead of ammo or fire tender, since the rifle would be your
life line in a emergency one would need to get those parts now while the
getting is easy.
beckasherman: Too Much.
yauguru: Wouldn't it be better to leave the factory barrel on? comes with sights
but... is it lighter?
wellarmedhippie: very true, the AR-7/survival rifle has had a bit of a bad rap in the past
but the newest version that Henry has come out with is a reliable tack
driver just wish it came with 3 mags instead of 2 since it now holds 3 mags
when closed up
Lyef123: built in iron sights , and over under whit a 410 single shot would be
perfect , shut gun is excellent solution .
R CR: AWESOME! How do we get one? and how much?
MrLeonidas0001: Wow, that's a really great looking .22! I wish you luck on the continued
designs and research - you should show some more field trials and target
practice for sure. And I would go for AK reliability since it is a survival
rifle and do plenty of sand, dirt, mud and water tests. But I'm sure you
probably have already :)
RedPlaidShoes: Any survival rifle should have iron sights built-in.
ai Humlae der: The naked steelwool will rust, perhaps have that in a plastics bag.
Paul Whitehead: To PrepareToPaddle any more information on the last chance survival rifle
have not found any more about it on the web
Chance Sanders: I forgot to mention that each rifle comes supressor ready!
Wurled Peas: Beat me to it. Wait until Choate or somebody does a folding stock for the
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 ???
Eric Richmond: on a business note if you want ideas- pay me a consult fee
Fuxwit Chu: Very nice, though not quite as nice as the Henry Survival .22. The barrel,
magazine, and other parts all fit into the stock as a compact and very
easily operated rifle. No tools are required to assemble/disassemble the
gun and it is very accurate as is all Henrys.
Waldhandwerk: Cool to see a new video from you guys! Very cool rifle..., never seen
befor! Thanks and have a great Time, Sepp
kybushcraft25: where can i buy one and how much.
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