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fjb2c
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Posted - 12/17/2001 :  8:16:00 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Dear Sirs, I have a ARMINIUS 8 shot 22magnum revolver with a extra 22LR camber. It is made in Germany. It has
H. Weihlrach
Sportwaffen
Mellrichstadt
just to the right of the chamber/ rt. side and H W 7T to the left of the chamber/ left side. It has F I F MIAMI FLA on the right side of the barrel. Can anyone tell me about this pistol or where I might look for the info Thank you.

soleservivor
Junior Member

111 Posts

Posted - 12/17/2001 :  10:16:00 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Arminius is not well known for it's quality. My ex-brother-in-law had one of those in 45LC and it blew up on him. The cylinder blew and shot 2-3 rounds off at one time. I'm not trying to insult your gun, just telling you what I know. Also, it's FIE, not FIF. They are a big importer of foreign guns. Hope this helps.
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AdamsQuailHunter
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1018 Posts

Posted - 12/18/2001 :  12:07:00 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If you are going to put it into the bottom of your tackle box and forget about it, except to give it a going over every once in a while with 0000 steel wool and power steering fluid -- then it is OK for that purpose.

The are about the same as an RG Industries.

You would be hard pressed to get more than $50 on trade in.

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thunderbolt
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Posted - 12/18/2001 :  2:06:00 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For my money, they beat RG Industries. Some of their .22s are fairly accurate. It is a beginner's gun. Shoot it, enjoy it and swap it or sell it when you get tired of it.
Then buy a .22 Ruger. They are inexpensive and with a little care, will last longer than you.
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