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    Quote Originally Posted by Call-sign_ENIGMA View Post
    Never heard of that round before, had to do a google search. I imagine they're not easy to come by.
    Tradeex stocks the ammo and usually has some used firearms in the chambering. I've seen it elsewhere too. Seems to only be in small shot sizes though, I'd pick my Yildiz .410 over one, at least you can get some #4 shot and even slugs and a three ball buckshot round....very lightweight gun as well, nearly folds in half, easy to jam in a pack or bag in a pinch.



    The Flobert was mostly used as a 'garden gun' in Europe from what I've read. Quiet and meant for dispatching squirrels, rats and other vermin in the backyard at very close range. Probably why the shot sizes available are so small.
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    I think i'm sold on this Chiappa X-Caliber. Just can't seem to find a trusted source that sells them.

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    Just saw that it has a Polypropylene stock. Ewwwwww.

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    An alternative to the yildiz 410 folder is the sinsinati 410 single folder soon to be available from corwin arms. Altho i like the 20 version myself

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    Are you limited to 22LR? Why not get one of the folding "Sinsinatti" backpacker shotguns from Corwin Arms?

    They fold up to practically nothing, they're super light, and they cost $200 after tax and s/h.

    I would suggest limiting them to 2.75" rounds, though, as 3 inchers overpower the weight and buttpad (hurts more than firing 3.5" rounds out of a SuperNova).

    A break action folding shotgun gives you the ability to (easily) take small game like a 22, but also gives you a slug gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kennymo View Post
    What exactly do you have against the Marlin Papoose?

    A better option for a semi auto takedown .22 than the Henry IMHO.... The Ruger 10/22 comes in a nice takedown now too....

    That's option 1 for me...
    Option 2 is this: Behold the Marlin 39TDS! 16" takedown lever action.

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    That's a beauty! I didn't know they'd cranked out the 39 in a 16". That new by any chance? I know they were supposed to be resuming production of the 39A in the near future.....
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    I would go with the Marlin Papoose based on the Nutnfancy review.

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    Unfortunately (for everyone else) the 39TDS is no longer in production, and hasn't been for a while.
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