Originally posted by bert666
reply to post by Becoming
not a sniper any more that was years ago
i left the army with head gone i was having panic attacks i didn't leave my house for about 8 months
my kids helped me get what was left of my head back
now i just take a every day as it comes
but i love reading the topics on hear they really get you thinking sorry
if ive offended you in anyway
Originally posted by All Seeing Eye
Folks always assume bigger is better. I think accuracy in round placement is far more important. I have a Remington 597 Magnum. 8 in the clip, one in the chamber. If you cant do some damage with that, you shouldn't have a gun in your hand in the first place.
Added. Extra thick barrel and a 10x scope make things real niceedit on 19-5-2011 by All Seeing Eye because: add info
Originally posted by smokeythabear
reply to post by Quickfix
reply to post by GodofWar411
My cousin was shot in the face with a 22 from less than a foot away, and survived perfectly fine. One of my fathers buddies got shot multiple times in the head, with a 22 and he didnt die. He is severely hanidcapped now though. Yes you can kill something big with a 22 if you hit an artery but, the author of the thread doesnt seem that experienced with guns so the chances of that are unlikely friend.
Also I was raised around guns, and we have multiple guns in the house, one of them being a semi automatic 22LR, so I do know first hand the capabilities of a .22.edit on 19-4-2011 by smokeythabear because: elaboration
Originally posted by Xzorter
The .22LR is an erxcellent beginner round in many ways. The ammo is cheap and once you get expert with that round ( by shooting alot cheaply) your knowledge can translate to larger rounds.The .22 will force you to accuracy for the kill shot on rabbits and is a perfect weapon to fine tune all your shooting skills.
Remember, ask any seasoned assasine and there round of choice is without a dought the trusted .22Lr.
Get the .22 and have a blast plinking( damm varmits).