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« Reply #3690 on: November 07, 2012, 10:15:36 PM »
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Did you post up the 10-22 on the gun interwebz? They'll lose their minds.


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« Reply #3691 on: November 08, 2012, 12:31:58 AM »
Mossberg is a little to tacticool for me. You don't mind the pg and tang safety? Nice 10/22

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« Reply #3692 on: November 12, 2012, 01:07:16 AM »


Just bought this, it's the picture from GunBroker, but it's mine nonetheless. I'm picking it up on tuesday. Only cost me $90

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« Reply #3693 on: November 13, 2012, 10:42:53 PM »
AR guys - any recommendations on reasonably priced optics?

Want to get something for my AR15.  All I'm running right now is the rear magpul flip-up sight.  Looking for something decent but doesn't need to be crazy money.  Durability would be preferred.
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« Reply #3694 on: November 13, 2012, 11:33:49 PM »
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« Reply #3695 on: November 13, 2012, 11:35:14 PM »
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AR guys - any recommendations on reasonably priced optics?

Want to get something for my AR15.  All I'm running right now is the rear magpul flip-up sight.  Looking for something decent but doesn't need to be crazy money.  Durability would be preferred.


Range you want to be able to see targets/shoot out to?
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« Reply #3696 on: November 14, 2012, 01:12:19 AM »
I'm looking to get my first handgun pretty soon. I've done some skeet shooting with shotguns and shot my friends pistols, so i'm not a complete noob. I'm honestly wanting one mostly to carry for self-defense and do some recreational shooting. Should i start out with a small 22 to get comfortable with and upgrade later, or does it make more sense to spend the extra dough and get a glock? My friend has a Beretta bobcat he'll sell me which is a cute little 22, but i dont want to get bored with it immediately. He also has a glock which feels great in my hand, which is why i am interested in one of those.
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« Reply #3697 on: November 14, 2012, 01:16:19 AM »
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I'm looking to get my first handgun pretty soon. I've done some skeet shooting with shotguns and shot my friends pistols, so i'm not a complete noob. I'm honestly wanting one mostly to carry for self-defense and do some recreational shooting. Should i start out with a small 22 to get comfortable with and upgrade later, or does it make more sense to spend the extra dough and get a glock? My friend has a Beretta bobcat he'll sell me which is a cute little 22, but i dont want to get bored with it immediately. He also has a glock which feels great in my hand, which is why i am interested in one of those.

I would start with a .22 personally. Cheaper to buy and cheaper to shoot and get the hang of. I had a 1911 in .45acp and it was very expensive for me to play with so I ended up selling it about two months later. I have a Walther P22 that I love shooting, and I'm pretty sure if I pointed it at someone for self defense it could handle that too (provided that they're not wearing body armor.)

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« Reply #3698 on: November 14, 2012, 01:33:55 AM »
Yeah the main reason i am hesitant about getting a 22 is the tiny caliber. But there is no way in hell i would ever want to be in the way of a 22 shell so that puts it in perspective haha. I'm guessing a 22 round to the head would most definitely stop anyone.
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« Reply #3699 on: November 14, 2012, 01:37:56 AM »
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Yeah the main reason i am hesitant about getting a 22 is the tiny caliber. But there is no way in hell i would ever want to be in the way of a 22 shell so that puts it in perspective haha. I'm guessing a 22 round to the head would most definitely stop anyone.


It most definitely would. The bullet almost always becomes deformed and "tumbles" in the body too. In most cases there is not an exist wound, the round just continues to tear shit up inside the body. You mag-dump a .22 pistol into someone and I promise they're not going to get back up. Most .22 handguns have small profiles for carrying and it makes it easy to carry extra ammunition with you too. I'm a huge fan of them, but obviously there is a valid argument that can be made for larger ammunition too. My advice is to just shoot one of each if you can and see which one you like the most.

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« Reply #3700 on: November 14, 2012, 01:49:10 AM »
I've read multiple times over the past few years that more people die from .22 rounds than any other caliber.
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« Reply #3701 on: November 14, 2012, 09:26:32 AM »
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Range you want to be able to see targets/shoot out to?


Midrange, nothing crazy.  Mainly go plinking with it now, would like to start taking it hunting soon however.
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« Reply #3702 on: November 14, 2012, 09:45:00 AM »
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I'm looking to get my first handgun pretty soon. I've done some skeet shooting with shotguns and shot my friends pistols, so i'm not a complete noob. I'm honestly wanting one mostly to carry for self-defense and do some recreational shooting. Should i start out with a small 22 to get comfortable with and upgrade later, or does it make more sense to spend the extra dough and get a glock? My friend has a Beretta bobcat he'll sell me which is a cute little 22, but i dont want to get bored with it immediately. He also has a glock which feels great in my hand, which is why i am interested in one of those.


Yes, and yes.

Buy the .22 now if you can get it cheap. If anything, they are fun to play around with and will do some damage if you need it to.

Eventually you'll want something more dedicated to concealed carry but that's a whole different process. I would never CC a Glock due to the trigger design, considering ALL of the accidental discharges I've seen were from Glocks due to something bumping the trigger.

I will only carry a true DAO gun as the long trigger pull makes it the safest and best option to use. Next choice would be a single action with a safety (1911 style).

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Midrange, nothing crazy.  Mainly go plinking with it now, would like to start taking it hunting soon however.


Eotech/Burris Fastfire are the two best IMO. And you can always throw a magnifier on an Eotech for longer range work.

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« Reply #3703 on: November 14, 2012, 11:38:12 AM »
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I've read multiple times over the past few years that more people die from .22 rounds than any other caliber.


also the most abundant round used by everyone from kids to adults

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« Reply #3704 on: November 14, 2012, 11:39:34 AM »
My favorite concealed is the Walther PPS 9mm handsdown.
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