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Discussion in 'Firearm Related' started by Nemo, Sep 17, 2020.
Big news coming they say.
Springfield did this last year when they introduced the 9mm micro-compact Hellcat with 11+1 and 13+1 capacity. Here's the tease. It says "It's a jungle out there." So they bring out a really small, high capacity carry pistol. Sounds logical.
The new tease is a single set of footprints (might be two sets) in mountainous country. That screams long range hunting to me - a rifle. They already have a crap ton of ar-types and M1A-types. I'm gonna pick Door #3 and say they're bringing out their first bolt action rifle. We'll find out in 12 days.
MSRP $1,700 - $2,400.
Surely not a wheelgun and I guess its not nerf-able.
What the hell does "going nerf" mean?
Now that we know their new product is a high end bolt action
hunting rifle, does that support or undercut the theory that they might be "going Nerf?"
From what I’ve read it seems to be a nice rifle, a bit pricey for my budget. It’s got all the bells and whistles.
I believe it's an old Virginia term known only to Nemo..........................
Known quickly and easily to anyone with a half a lick a sense.
Going nerf regarding a firearm means capable of firing a nerf ball or spear or arrow or whatever. Sheehs and Criminatley. Y'all ain't that dumb are you.