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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 10:37 pm » by domdabears


Here in Illinois, with a 22LR I can do predator hunting.

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Then the obvious squirrel and rabbits. But coyote hunting sounds fun.
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 10:38 pm » by Mrmcnuggets


domdabears wrote:Here in Illinois, with a 22LR I can do predator hunting.

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Then the obvious squirrel and rabbits. But coyote hunting sounds fun.


Yeah I can see a .22 working for coyote and fox hunting.
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 10:43 pm » by domdabears


mrmcnuggets wrote:
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mrmcnuggets wrote:Don't you already have a shotgun?
To start with, out of the two, I would grab the handgun first and knock the one that will cost more off the top. Just because you have the opportunity now, you might not have that specific limit for a bit after that with how random life is at times. Plus 9mm is everywhere, and is still as useful as a shotgun can be.

And harbin, I was not scoffing at the .22. It is what it is, a gun. They're all just as good as the rest, to the limit of their specifications. When SHTF, it will be a necessity for hunting for food with out using the good limited stuff, but if you come into crazy looters all vested up, they're just going to laugh at you if that's all you have lol. And a .22 wont have the greatest chance killing a buffalo, grizzly bear, or any large game that might be needed for food.
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No, I don't have one yet.

The 22 has killed every big game in North America. Placement is where it's at.


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What is the marlin? Is that the .22? :headscratch: :lol:
On the note that you don't have one, i'd get the shotgun first like constabul suggested. :flop:
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The most popular 22 is gonna be the Ruger 10/22. Mostly because you can pimp the shit out of it.

This does not even look like a 22, but it is. This is some things you can do with the 10/22.
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The Marlin 795 that I got, is gonna be cheaper in price, and shoots better out of the box. Marlin is gonna be the second most popular.
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 10:49 pm » by Constabul


at some point, i want to get

410 Shotshell & .45 colt

http://www.taurususa.com/gun-selector-r ... ?series=41

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There are so many guns i like, but little resources at the moment.
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 10:50 pm » by domdabears


Ruger 10/22 -- These are only 22LR :lol: Looks like a military weapon.

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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 10:52 pm » by Constabul


yeah they dress em up real nice.

Seen a 22 that was made to look like a mp5

I would also like a real mp5, but they run about 6k last i looked.
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 10:56 pm » by domdabears


constabul wrote:at some point, i want to get

410 Shotshell & .45 colt

http://www.taurususa.com/gun-selector-r ... ?series=41

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There are so many guns i like, but little resources at the moment.

Maybe when I'm older and I have the guns I really want I'll get a revolver, but I just really like the semi automatics.
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 11:01 pm » by Hr2burn


As far as a perevious question, I have never had one problem with my XDM 40 cal. I normally use federal or Winchester white box, but on occasion I have used cheap range ammo and I have 1000 rounds of remanufactured. The AR is pretty picky on what you use. It is based on a glock so I have 33 round magazines. I used lawman and also remanufactured (2000 rounds) with no issues.
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 11:02 pm » by Constabul


domdabears wrote:
constabul wrote:at some point, i want to get

410 Shotshell & .45 colt

http://www.taurususa.com/gun-selector-r ... ?series=41

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There are so many guns i like, but little resources at the moment.

Maybe when I'm older and I have the guns I really want I'll get a revolver, but I just really like the semi automatics.


Yeah i like semis more so, but those shoot a 45 round, and a 410 shotgun round.
Nothing like a shotgun round in a pistol followed up by the stopping power of a 45
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PostSun Feb 19, 2012 11:11 pm » by Frutty



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Electromagnetic railgun test sets world record

By Sam Fellman - Staff writer
Posted : Monday Dec 20, 2010 5:00:00 EST

The range safety officer announced “two bells” over the phone circuit — Navy shorthand for “Firing is imminent” — and a gun tech began drawing the enormous electrical charge needed to fire the Navy’s newest, most powerful gun.

“We’re charging now,” came the report. After two minutes, a two-tone horn sounded: Full charge was near.

Housed in a large research building on a test range at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren, Va., the railgun hardly looks like a prototype of a weapon that could reshape naval gunnery. It is 10 meters long, low to the ground, its barrel shielded. Heavy cables tether it to banks of capacitors towering nearby.


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