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Thread: Chiappa 1892 TD Wildlands Dark Grey 44Mag 16.5in

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    Cool Chiappa 1892 TD Wildlands Dark Grey 44Mag 16.5in

    SKU#: 920.410. MSRP$1389.77.

    Also available in Non-Take Down, SKU#: 920.409. MSRP$1332.44.













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    Hard to resist a nice 44 mag.
    Sometimes defending the obvious crookery will be more damageable to your carrer than blindely listening to your boss. Just saying.

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    Damn those are nice!!!

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    Coming in 357 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott View Post
    Coming in 357 ?
    https://www.chiappafirearms.com/family.php?id=109

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    Highly interested!

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    Well I'm not a huge Chiappa fan ( had a bad experience ), but this rifle looks gorgeous!.......

    Any Chiappa lovers on here with experience that can bring me back to the fold?
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    Chiappa seems hit and miss...which given the premium price is more miss then hit for sure.

    Interesting barrel profile, reminds me of the Ruger Super Redhawks a bit..... I'd prefer full length magtube and full octagon barrel but it's nice to have different options and I guess the round profile works a bit better with the threaded barrel and thread protector. Probably trying to save a bit of weight with the shorter mag tube for people living in Free countries running suppressors.
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    Can a scope be mounted on this rifle? ( old eyes )...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderhog View Post
    Can a scope be mounted on this rifle? ( old eyes )...........
    It would have to be a scout type mounted on the forward rail... the 1892 is a top eject design.
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