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Author Topic: Shoot'n sports  (Read 48895 times)
John Backlund
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« on: October 31, 2012, 04:40:43 AM »

If you are just a can-popper then the cheapest way to shoot is to get a good 22.  A brick of 500 22 shells cost less than a box of 50 center fire shells and will pop cans with the best of them.    

I'm in the middle of buying several .22 plinkers (currently on layaway), a pair of gently used Rossi M62 'gallery', exposed hammer slide-actions (Winchester M62 clones) I found at one of the local dealers, One for myself, and one for Teresa. I'm also going to add a Ruger 10/22 soon after, the full-stock 'international' version, either in blue finish with laminate stock, or the SS with walnut. To round out the .22's I'll also be buying (another) Ruger 5 inch heavy-barrel MKII ( I'm not too enthused about the current MKIII's so will find a nice 2nd gen pistol. I used one years ago back in Minneapolis for NRA bullseye league shooting.

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