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.22 Shootin'

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by M.Link, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. M.Link

    M.Link Guest

    Well, I'll be shooting my .22s a lot more now. I was going shooting this weekend and went to grab a box of .45, .300 winmag, 12ga, and .357 mag. I ended up with .22 and 12ga. It was just way to expensive to go buy a $27 box of .45 shells just to shoot up. A friend had a GSG and I had just as much fun rapid firing it than I would an AK or AR. I like the $1.99 per 50 price of .22 and $4.99 per 25 price of 12ga.
  2. Throckmorton

    Throckmorton Florence,Ore ah gone Well-Known Member

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    In this economy where my income has dropped,my .22's are getting lots of range time.
    cheap,fun to shoot,and thankfully ammo is back in stock.even 22 ammo was scarce for a while there.
    even though I reload my center fires,the .22's are getting plenty of use.
  3. shoggoth80

    shoggoth80 Greater Seattle Area Member

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    Like others, I reload my larger caliber of choice.
    I *just* picked up a little .22 pocket popper for cheap, fun plinking, and to serve as my absolute last ditch firearm effort (if my 1911 doesn't work, I am probably in a lot of trouble). Mostly for fun though. Can't whine about the cost of ammo!
  4. owdee tt nl

    owdee tt nl Edmonds or Renton Member

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    I picked up a GSG5 about 3 months ago and when it is working properly it is fantastic to shoot.
  5. M.Link

    M.Link Guest

    Yea, the GSG did jam a lot, and bend bullets out of cases...I think I got through one full mag without anybproblems, and then the rest were no good.
  6. slyguy

    slyguy Eugene Member

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    My conversions for the Sig and Kimber make it a lot more fun for the kids and my wallet!
  7. g.i. joe

    g.i. joe Portland Active Member

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    Im with Slyguy, Conversion unit on my AR and Glock and I can still train properly and inexpensively. Plus, My B.O.B will have the conversion units on board. So, in a pinch, I have multi-calaber firearms that share common ammo.
  8. biggie24420

    biggie24420 Beaverton Oregon Well-Known Member

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    A few months ago I was at Walmart with a friend and they had 9mm (50 rnd pack) for like $10 and .40 (50 rnd pack) for $12 and CCI .22 for $6 (100 per pack). We should have got more ammo but we thought we could get that deal again when we went shooting last week and boy were we wrong. I have my Rugar 10/22 and at this point in time, I will go through one box of ammo on my Glock .40 and one box on my Sig 9mm. I am also gonna cut way down on shooting my AK-74. I will make every shot count and I will now be forced to focus more on my 12 ga. Mossberg and 10/22. It's a shame but it is what it is I guess. Next time I see a deal like that at Walmart or anywhere else, I am gonna stock up.... I should have known better to assume that deals would stick around :(.
  9. Gaust

    Gaust Portland Member

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    I was in Bi-Mart Tuesday and checked on ammo there. They had .380, 9mm, .40 and .45 in stock and $2.00 off a box! Needless to say I picked up 4 boxes of .45 @ 17.99 each. The week before they had .22 ammo on sale. Most of the time I check the shelves have been pretty bare, but the last few weeks I've seen more places with ammo in stock. I hope it stays that way.
  10. kenno

    kenno eastern WA Active Member

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    I purchased a 22 conversion unit for my Gluk and built my 10-22 into a Tactical Trainer then I built a rimfire training range,, loads of fun!
  11. Misternt

    Misternt Salem Area Active Member

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    I mainly shoot 22 and do enjoy how cheap it is. However it's pretty tough to shoot it past 100 yards. Also when shooting at plate racks it can take a few hits where as a higher power round will slam the plate down.
  12. trainsktg

    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    Buy a Jennings .22 and you can practive clearing stovepipes all day for less than $5 :) .