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kcinnick 04-12-2013 01:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Reggoh (Post 569809)
Why are so many people buying .22LR ammo? I just don't know anyone that really shoots a .22 that often... maybe a little for small game stuff but it's certainly not a great self defense round and won't do a whole lot of good in a SHTF scenario. This is the one that doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me.

You can carry a ton of .22 on your person, it will kill a deer, and my 15-22 has the same manual of arms as my AR-15's. I can't shoot my AR's at the pistol range, but they will let me shoot my 15-22. Also, a .22 through my .223 suppressor is about the only movie quiet shots I have ever fired.

Best part, I can give my wife a brick of .22lr and a P22 and it frees me up do shoot whatever at the range.

Not that I think we are heading there, but in a SHTF scenario your pistol and a .22lr will be very useful tools. I have cases of .223, 7.62X39 and .22lr. I can tell you which one I would want to pack around all day everyday if I had to.

Goooh 04-12-2013 01:20 PM

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Originally Posted by kcinnick (Post 569868)
You can carry a ton of .22 on your person, it will kill a deer, and my 15-22 has the same manual of arms as my AR-15's. I can't shoot my AR's at the pistol range, but they will let me shoot my 15-22. Also, a .22 through my .223 suppressor is about the only movie quiet shots I have ever fired.

Best part, I can give my wife a brick of .22lr and a P22 and it frees me up do shoot whatever at the range.

Not that I think we are heading there, but in a SHTF scenario your pistol and a .22lr will be very useful tools. I have cases of .223, 7.62X39 and .22lr. I can tell you which one I would want to pack around all day everyday if I had to.

I don't know anyone that can even carry a half ton of anything on their person, much less a ton.

Gerald 04-12-2013 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by all star rod (Post 569866)
Selling 2K 22 LR rounds for .25 cents a round and paid .05693556 cents....;)

I stock up some back back in Jan. of 2008. I paid about $ .016 per round for 22 lr.I guess I should have bought a case.


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