IOF .22 revolver

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.22 NIDAR review by me.

Post by chotabheem » Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:39 pm

Hey guys ,
I have done a video review of .22 Nidar , Aluminium alloy weapon by IOF.
Its here at Youtube:

Please feel free to share your comments and concerns about this weapon.

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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by chotabheem » Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:51 pm

I'd highly recommmend .22 Nidar IOF.
Check out my video review please.

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Re: .22 NIDAR review by me.

Post by mundaire » Thu Aug 25, 2016 6:18 pm

A friend has an IOF .22, it has major extraction issues with KF .22 LR ammo! You often have to literally take a screwdriver and mallet to hammer them out after firing :evil:
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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by Katana » Sat Aug 27, 2016 8:49 pm

Alcohol and firearms, bad combination!

Anyway, were you using KF ammo? Too much smoke!
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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by Yogesh kumar » Fri Mar 24, 2017 9:36 pm

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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by Ruari » Wed Mar 29, 2017 1:13 pm

The thought of an aluminium cylinder makes me shudder, that said there are some tough aluminium alloys, however I'll still shudder
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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by saunak bagchi » Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:53 am

Hellow friends, i am indranil from west bengal.
I want to know about iof new nidar revolver and wahat is the difference between old iof. 22gun and new nidar?
Thank you.

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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by sushant042005 » Sat Jul 21, 2018 1:58 am

Tarzan Sir,
Good One!!How did you get it?
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Re: .22 NIDAR review by me.

Post by Kfayub » Tue Jul 24, 2018 10:33 pm

Hi sir, Have got a new license,
Need a small sized.22 or .32 revolver which should be easy to carry and light weighted too.
Was thinking about Nidar but got scared after reading so many negative reviews about Alluminium body ....regarding bursting of cylinder etc. Is it true???
Also it does not have safety lock!!!!!
Please suggest a gun under or around 1 lac.
Please help with genuine feedback on Nidar too

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Re: .22 NIDAR review by me.

Post by Dr_Deol » Wed Jul 03, 2019 4:34 pm

Kfayub wrote:Hi sir, Have got a new license,
Need a small sized.22 or .32 revolver which should be easy to carry and light weighted too.
Was thinking about Nidar but got scared after reading so many negative reviews about Alluminium body ....regarding bursting of cylinder etc. Is it true???
Also it does not have safety lock!!!!!
Please suggest a gun under or around 1 lac.
Please help with genuine feedback on Nidar too
I am also thinking of getting iof .22 revolver. Is it true that it doesn't have safety lock?

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Re: .22 NIDAR review by me.

Post by Maroon_d3vil » Thu Jul 04, 2019 12:09 am

Dr_Deol wrote:
Kfayub wrote:Hi sir, Have got a new license,
Need a small sized.22 or .32 revolver which should be easy to carry and light weighted too.
Was thinking about Nidar but got scared after reading so many negative reviews about Alluminium body ....regarding bursting of cylinder etc. Is it true???
Also it does not have safety lock!!!!!
Please suggest a gun under or around 1 lac.
Please help with genuine feedback on Nidar too
I am also thinking of getting iof .22 revolver. Is it true that it doesn't have safety lock?
Yes sir, no safety lock.

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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by Dr_Deol » Mon Aug 05, 2019 2:58 pm

What will be right price of IOF. 22 revolver (2010 make ),
fired 50 shots according to seller. He is quoting 45K .

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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by Gun enthusiast » Tue Mar 17, 2020 10:07 pm

It’s my opinion that please don’t go for iOF revolvers increase ur budget and go for Arminus , Erma or Colt cobra I think that these revolvers are best in budget and perfect replacement for iof revolvers.

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Re: IOF .22 revolver

Post by Gunandrose » Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:16 pm

I plan to buy the new iof .22 revolver. I read somewhere that earlier the cylinder used to develop some cracks after sometime because of its aluminium body but it comes with a steel tube inside the barrel, that's safe but does it still have that cylinder bursting issue ? And can I fire high velocity rounds so that it doesn't affect the gun or any part of it . And please if there's any pros and cons of the revolver I should know before buying then please let me know . All the senior and experienced shooters in here please guide me .

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