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Ersatz0906
12-18-2005, 02:23
sir

I'm planning to buy my friends 22 magnum black widow look alike made in Cebu, cost will be 1,800pesos what do you think? cheap or not? the finish is not that good.
wala lng just wanna have it lng if the price is reasonable

Sir also curious could you use .22LR instead of 22 magnum?

thanks

3kings
12-18-2005, 04:26
way back 1998 i went to danao to buy xmas presents for my clients and suppliers. there they are selling .22, .38 revolvers at P300 with class A at P800

so i think P1.8k is quite high even though its class A

any way that's just my opinion.

Mang Danny
12-18-2005, 05:35
Ang suwerte naman nang suppliers mo!

Ersatz0906
12-18-2005, 05:40
Originally posted by 3kings
way back 1998 i went to danao to buy xmas presents for my clients and suppliers. there they are selling .22, .38 revolvers at P300 with class A at P800


really?!!!

Pro baka 1,800 - 800(pistol) = 1000 pamasahe? hehehe

but can you use the 22LR instead of the 22 magnum bullets?

Valor1
12-18-2005, 08:27
Basta puamsok ang .22 magnum di ba't pwede na .22lr? Anyways, sayang lang pera mo dyan, walang kakwenta-kwenta. Kung gagawin mo namang keychain e ang mahal.

Bilhin mo na lang yung original di ka pa magsisisi.

vega
12-18-2005, 09:30
You cannot load 22LR in a 22MAG cylinder. But if you have both cylinders, you can shoot it in one barrel.

vega

Ersatz0906
12-18-2005, 22:00
Originally posted by Valor1

Bilhin mo na lang yung original di ka pa magsisisi.

original North american Black widow cost around 20,000 not really sure the exact price.

Thanks sir vega, but Y cant you put 22LR? the magnum case is much fatter than the LR?

darwin25
12-18-2005, 23:46
Originally posted by Ersatz0906
original North american Black widow cost around 20,000 not really sure the exact price.

Thanks sir vega, but Y cant you put 22LR? the magnum case is much fatter than the LR?

16,000 lang last gunshow. nope not the magnum cs. the bullet heads of .22lr the are the same as the case width. the .22 magnums are not. They're much smaller. The .22LR is full .22 caliber. The .22 magnum is not.

HTH

New_comer
12-18-2005, 23:59
Originally posted by Ersatz0906
sir

I'm planning to buy my friends 22 magnum black widow look alike made in Cebu, cost will be 1,800pesos what do you think? cheap or not? the finish is not that good.
wala lng just wanna have it lng if the price is reasonable

Sir also curious could you use .22LR instead of 22 magnum?

thanks P1,800?! Isa o dalawang range session lang yan...

If I'm not mistaken, P6,000 nuon 3 years ago yan. Pero giveaway pag bumuli ka ng isang baril sa shop nila. Limot ko lang anong pangalan, e...

Maganda yan pang centuron... Parang Zippo lighter lang :cool:

Ersatz0906
12-19-2005, 04:14
buy ko sana kaya lng gusto 22LR mura lng e. yung Magnum ang mahal 15pesos each yung 22LR only cost 3pesos...

darwin25
12-20-2005, 00:03
If I were you I would not trust a paltik especially in a minigun. Your hand will be very much exposed at the end of the cylinder. It can blast your hand away. Masyado malapit. Malamang masugatan ka kapag tinamaan ng blast kamay mo. It happened to me in a original NAA .22 magnum that I owned. I dont see any reason why it would not happen in a paltik. The bullet hit the forcing cone after it exited the cylinder and some copper jacket separated from the bullet. The blast hit my hand and I saw it bleeding and pieces of copper jacket were lodged in my hand. even without th coppr jacket, the blast alone between the cylinder and the barrel can wound you. I still would want an original NAA mini-revolver though. There's just no equal to it. I used to carry mine in my trouser pocket all day even at home.

MELBU
12-20-2005, 01:55
3Kings pwede ako maging supplier mo (ng laman hehehe)

As for the paltik, as long as its cheap buy it, keep it in the
house as your "Pantapon" in case makadale ka.
;)

vega
12-20-2005, 15:15
Guys - Let's keep it legal.;)

vega

Django
12-20-2005, 22:30
Both of their bullets are .22 caliber, but-

The .22 LR is a "heeled" bullet, that is, the diameter of the bullet is the same diameter as that of it's case and has a narrower heel portion that fits the case. Velocities range from 900 - 1800 ft/sec.

The .22 WMR (Winchester Magnum Rimfire) was introduced in 1950 by Winchester and has a larger case than the .22 LR both in diameter and legth. It has also a much thicker case, allowing much higher pressures. It generates velocities over 2000 ft/sec from a rifle and 1500 ft/sec from a handgun.

Can a hangun chambered for the .22 WMR fire a .22 LR bullet?
Yes but the shell will expand (and sometimes splits) so that extraction could be a problem. Used to do this all the time in my younger (and more foolish) years.

Can a handgun chambered for the .22 LR fire a .22 WMR bullet?
No. It (the bullet) cannot (and should not) fit the chamber. Unless some hogleg gunsmith "oversized" the chamber/s. Gauging from the velocities indicated, it could be a very, very dangerous practice.