posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:07 PM
It's too late to edit ir I just would have added, but I am quite surprised that so many people would choose a .22. We're talking "survival rifle"
here, not a plinker. The only thing a .22 has going for it is cheap ammo, but for any firearm you choose, you should already have an ammo stash. About
all the .22 can do for you is get small game. It's insufficient to get deer, for example, and if you dare shoot a bear, it will just become quite
angry with you. It's not a good defensive weapon at all, especially against an armed opponent who has something nastier. It has no stopping power to
speak of. I have a couple of .22s myself, a rifle and a pistol, both Rugers. They are nice firearms, but they are for target practice, not for