Airgun Freedom: Excellent video,thanks.Liked and subscribed.
Pio Sian: The Chinese Clone Is almost an exact copy, just jacks up the price of the real thing.
Norman morrison: THANK YOU RALPH, almost got caught while using it because i didnt know how to disassemble it, pretty easy though.
virtualfreak1: Made in Japan = fail!
Caleb Whittington: Awesome design. John browning was a genius.
nilson sebastião ramos da silva: adorei esta arma
gerade bowden: looks like a robust design but an elegant shape.
marc dewey: I saw one on these SA 22 rifles on Gander Mountains web site priced at almost 1700.00 dollars and I don't doubt they are good rifles but that's pretty steep for a 22. The price of my Ruger 10/22 was around 180.00 dollars at Walmart about fifteen years ago and sure they have went up in price since then depending on which model you choose and they make several different ones now but are still reasonably priced and the one I have is a tack driver and will perform just as well as any.
Lorenzo Benton: I have one of these made from Belgium, but mine has a gold trigger. Is there anyway to find out what year this was made? Also the stock is loose and it has a small piece of wood missing, where can I order authentic parts for this?
xXRam PowerXx: I have this gun but it's a Remington anyone know what it's called
John Doe: How does this .22 hold up using assortment of cheap to more costly ammo? Seems to be a trend that various semi-auto .22s jam, double feed, & some catch before ejecting all the way..... I been huntin since I was 4, plus 8yrs military servive, so I know all the usual tricks (remove the factory gun grease after purchasing, check for spurs/bumps/etc, & clean after each hunt &/or shootin session). I've bought cheap & more expensive semi-auto .22s (not as expensive as this Browning though), but all seem to have the same negative issues. What's your take?
dudley237: Great review. My grandad had this gun and passed it down to me. Come to find out it was made in Belgium. Great surprise. Can't wait to clean it and then take it out and shoot it.
Victor Fox Sierra: It reminds me of an underhammer rifle every single time =)
Craig Kendall: My grandfather gave me one just like that in the early '80s. Mine is a Remington. Very accurate firearm.
marcus Austdal: i actually got 2 belgian ones, that i got from my grandpa never tought they were collectables.
sysjls75: A great iconic .22 rifle.
Why do you want my name: I have one of these. They are great rifles but I don't shoot it as much as I'd like to.
Gerald West: I love mine, its an older one made in Belgium with a beginning SN# 70T...does this mean 1970? Thanks for an informative Video, sootch00.
Coby Rascal: To those who own one; be very careful when taking the rifle apart. Always grab and twist by the receiver, not the buttstock. It is very easy to split the wood if the stock is twisted and the barrel is in tight. I have two of them, and fortunately, I learned from a video not to twist on the stock. Lots of broken ones out there (which of course make ours more valuable). Great guns and thanks for the video, Sootch.
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