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Old 04-14-2017, 07:10 PM
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Alright, I'm weird, but I have been intrigues by bullpups since that brutal High Standard auto shotgun in the 70s. (I also favor the .280, the .35 Whelen, the 16 gauge and the .41 Magnum if further proof is needed that I am out of the mainstream). I just have never been willing to pay the freight for a .223 (even when I was shooting varmints I moved straight from a .222 to a .22-250 - the only .223 brass I have ever owned was used to form 7mm TCU).

So now I see .22 LR and .22 Mag Tanfoglio bullpups from EAA in the mid-$200 range and I am tempted.

Anybody have any experience with these, good bad or otherwise?
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First time I've heard of it. The top rail looks too high to put an optic on. Never know until you try though. EAA makes some very good guns. For that price I might be tempted too.
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Seen them on GB. Look's like a fun gun.
Going to have to watch some youtube later.
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The only EAA gun I have is a Witness, made by Tanfoglio. Solid and well-made and finished. But also too heavy.
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The only EAA gun I have is a Witness, made by Tanfoglio. Solid and well-made and finished. But also too heavy.
Me, too. Used it for CCL qualification and so far the night stand has been able to bear the weight.
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You know you can get free shipping right!?!!

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