Daisy VL 22 Rifle
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Reviewed by: Sureshot
Category: Firearms & Ammo
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I obtained this rifle in a trade with my brother-in-law back in the 80’s. His Dad bought it for him as a gift. It is lightweight and easy to carry. It shoots well with good accuracy. The one draw back is the fact it is a single shot and difficult to load quickly. The one I have is one of the standard models. I like it because it is so unusual. The info about the rifle is as follows.
Daisy VL 22 Rifle:
Years Produced late 1967-1969
Description: It was especially designed rifle which exclusively utilized a unique, caseless ammunition, forming a completely integrated firearm-ammo combination of its own. Jules Van Langenhoven was the Belgian petro-chemist who invented the system. The velocity was 1150 feet per second.
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