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Olympic Arms Whitney Wolverine .22 LR

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Either you like or hate the looks of the Whitney Wolverine, but everybody loved its performance. The space-age, vent-rib, SA .22 had excellent accuracy and a fine trigger that let us wring it all out. The fancy-wood grips raised the price to just over $300, but compared with the plain standard black plastic grip panels, we'd be happy to pay for these. The gun had an odd safety and even odder disassembly, but it was a good gun.

Olympic Arms Whitney Wolverine .22 LR

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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The Wolverine had plenty of tiny parts, but no slide per se. The tubular bolt and action were clever and worked very well. Don't take it apart without reading the instructions. Only one mag came with it.
The Wolverine shot right to its sights, but the rear was loose in its dovetail. The barrel-retention nut was plastic, locked by a spring-loaded plunger. It all worked just fine.

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