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    One thing to be aware of is not to dry fire these. The firing pin can scuff the edge of the chamber; which will cause extraction problems.
    I had this issue when I first bought my Lithgowicon made .22 trainer. It was easily fixed; but frustrating when your on the firing line and it's leaving the case in the chamber!
    How about a range report?
    Also test various makes of ammo; because it seems that these rifles often have individual preferences.
    We have some family in Portland, Oregon.

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    My daddy taught me to smack anyone in the back of the head if they dry fired a firearm. Thanks for the warning though. Some firearms can handle it better than others. I will get a range report soon. Haven`t really sat down and seen what she can do yet.

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    Congrats, That's Amazing.

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    The Cooey rear sight is a base combined with a Ross Mk. III rear sight. Being an aperture sight, with elevation and windage adjustment, it is a superior sight compared with the sight on the barrel. For shooting, remove the barrel sight and keep it in a safe place.

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    Oh yeah, i have come to really love that Cooey sight. I haven`t had the chance to get any real good ammo for her but she shoots garbage very well. I really like the way most cases are caught in the magazine shell after shooting. This is one of my favorite investments at this point. I am able to have fun with her without taking a mortgage.


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