Remote Viewer 1: What a beautiful, beautiful gun. 100 years old design! Wow. Love it love
it love it. This is my next gun. Like the workmanship, plus that design.
Great review man.
Michael Fraembs: Hey Sootch00, my grandfather passed this gun down to me when I was about 10
and is still in great shape. After watching your review I check my rifle
and found that it is Belgium produced! Any idea where I can find more info
on this gun? I had a feeling it was collectable so I very rarely shoot the
Thanks for the Help!
Chris Klimosko: Is it easy enough to load a single bullet in the chamber, or do you have to
take the tube apart every time?
mark roge: My dad had a Belgium, I learned to shoot with it, never once did it jam.
David River: The best rifle for rabbits under foot (kicking the fenceline) I'm taking
mines " with me " LOL
Orwell 1984 OhWell 2014: Best 22 ever made.
1. Just be careful with loose long sleeves, when you get a shell down your
sleeve you know it :)
2. You shouldn't have to turn the knurled nut on the base of the barrel to
separate the halves, only the switch on the bottom, then pull the bolt
thing back and twist;.
John Wayne: Saw one today so I decided to Google it to see what I could find out about
it. It was beautiful and it was selling for $750.00 bucks. It was in
fantastic shape! Beautiful wood and beautiful bluing. Too bad I put a
Winchester 9422 XTR level action on layaway. 1990 vintage, gorgeous wood
and outstanding bluing and also came with a pretty nice scope under $400
bucks. I got a steal of a deal.
Dave k: Look at the 2014 Anniversary model on the Browning website. It is beautiful
and only 100 will be made. It will be a collectors item.
Bouncy sun: i just want to say thanks, i know nothing about fire arms of any kind but
my dad has been asking me for the magazine tube ( i thinks thats what its
called) for the past year and i had no idea what it looked like or what i
was looking for since he doesnt know what its called in english, thanks to
your video now i know exactly what it is he needs
C172Pilotdude: $600 ?!?!? WAY overpriced.
ken Woods: where can i get parts for my 22rifle i have a very old one and need the
parts to holt it together under the barrel i think there should be a spring
with other partr
C Kim: Nothing like an older 22! This and the BL 22 are as good as it gets! My BL
22 is Made in Japan but is a real quality shooter. Thanks for the video.
Ruger Guy: during remingtons production of this rifle, they were very popular as
gallery guns for carnivals and were manufactured with a metal loop
underneath the barrel so that the game operator could teather all the
mysdak: My dad just gave me his 1964 model. Always loved this gun. He mentioned
that he was selling off some of his firearms a few weeks ago. I told him
that I always liked this semi-auto 22 and he gave it to me today. Can't
wait to shoot it with my son.
journeyquest1: My dad gave me one as a kid in the early 70s. My mom gave it away because
she didnt like guns. Pissed off.
blackforest270: I wonder what suprise Browning will have for us in 2014,with the 100 year
Ruger Guy: believe it or not, this rifle was originally designed and manufactured by
remington. one of my friends has one of them. FN bought the design from
Mickey-Bill: I have a Browning 22 Semi-Automatic SA 22, Belgium made that I bought new
about 1970 + or - . It is a great shouting gun and a great squirrel rifle.
My only complaint is about a year after I bought it, the barrel started
rusting under the forearm ( I keep my gun clean and oiled ) When I called
Browning about it I was told it was caused by the wood of the forearm being
treated with salt. They refused to make it good. So much for Browning, I
haven't been able to stop the rusting and have even tried the insulate the
forearm from the barrel. About a week after I bought the SA 22 , I also
bought a Browning Belgium made Trombone 22 cal. pump it's perfect. All I
can say is I wish it was handled better by Browning.
chevy way: nice gun i have the older model that you load up top on the stock
Uzeil21: i have a Belgium as well, lovely gun
Ronald Healy: I have a BAR 22Lr. and I have a Henry AR-7 I think booth are vary accurate
and with the CCI hunting they are not bad. But I think you need more in a
k31rifleman: no uou have to get a version for shorts only
1995mrpalmer: and they porb have no reason to clean them why would u if its gona be beat
around in the swap as long as it fires its ok with thim lol.
ahamay79: I have my dad's Belgian made 1964 22LR Semi-Auto. It's the first gun I ever
shot as a kid. As a matter of fact I just finished cleaning it. :-)
Vapor Trails: good looking rifle
John S: Bet the Belgium models will go for over $1000 now
CaveTater: What would be a good pocket carry pistol?
Dustin Parker: Great video...I own a SA22 but it only shoots shorts. Do you know if it can
be modified to shoot longs?
Shantra Mulani: yes, get 2 people to pull on the gun from both ends and stretch it LOL
Bhaltazhar: I will add one of these to my collections.
Johnny G: Do the Japan browning have serial numbers to find out how old it is. And
also my barrel lock on my browning 22 is stuck on lock should I take it to
get repaired or what should I do. Thanks.
Bmw3Kurt: Wow. Very nice rifle, and nice finish on the rifle. Good video Don. Thumbs
mariopintudao: mine its a belgian-only short-
AHMED MOHAMMED: this rifle is very smooth .. But I think Its not active gun , It's just for
fun and for some hunting maybe .. thanks
Randall Kelnhofer: Great video
Shantra Mulani: If it took you 17 shots with a .22 to kill a possum, you: A) missed the
damn animal with the first 16 shots B) should be arrested and turned over
to P.E.T.A. for anumal cruelty C) you're a shrimp-pickle a-hole ===D~
ArtemiaSalina: Yes, but they're still excellent sporting arms. I used to own a 12GA BSS
(side-by-side shotgun) and it was a beautifully balanced work of art. A
great snap-shooter for dense woods grouse. Comparatively inexpensive, too.
caligor89: hmmm .... and what religon was beför the christian u think ?? in the nord .
xtremearmor: The Browning SA-22 is a very nice looking rifle, I have one and I have a
hard time taking it to the range b/c it just looks so good. Great job on
chapiit08: You are like me: a fan of the .22LR caliber. Thank you for uploading
sootch00: Thanks Yoda. I am honored to have the Jedi master watching my videos : )
Tinstar2: I'm a left handed shooter and the shell eject from the bottom is perfect
marcus brombila: Eu possuo um destes em calibre 22 short,herança de meu avô paterno é um dos
rifles 22 mais raros de encontrar aqui no Brasil a sua maioria são
remanescentes dos anos 40 do século 20.
Igor Genov: Thank you for the video. Great little rifle. They appear in higher demand
then I expected but actually found one in another state. I am a buyer
k31rifleman: another advantage is that the shell eject to the bottom giving the
hunter/shooter distraction free shooting.
sam son: got 1, an oldy
darwineur: weird glasses you have.
NYPATRIOT: I'm just glad Wayne lapierre is gonna be here in NY to give the UN summit
hell, hopefully in time we'll get some of these bullcrap laws changed
Duckhunterbow: My brother and I each got one of these guns for Christmas when I was 9 and
he was 7. I'm 21 now and we still both have them and love to shoot them.
They're great little guns.
Shantra Mulani: simple solution, take your next vacation to china, impregnante as many of
those chicks as possible when over there, when you return home, send the
prsident of china a thank you note for allowing you into his country to
molest/impregnate about 500 chinese women ===D~