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Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by kwaynem, Jan 25, 2021.
Not if it was slowed down very shortly after leaving the muzzle. A bandits forehead would do nicely!
I keep skimming the threads and thinking the title of this one says, ".22 LR free to good home."
I gotta look at it twice.
May be time to take my temperature and lie down. LOL.
The advice given above to travel during hours of darkness is a good idea.
Hey! A lot of us don't do math so good here!
So do two of my ex-wives. Just ask my bank.
I’m just gonna start counting everything in this forum as prepanic 22LR rounds. That fine piece of horrible history is worth 1,550,000 rounds of 22LR. I wonder if they would trade?
Why not a breakdown survival .22? The Papoose is small and fits in a small canvas case when broken down and you can carry it in one hand and if you need a ride and it presents itself they won't be too concerned about a .22 you're carrying.
Sonic boom? From a .22? It's not moving enough air out of the way to cause a boom--just a crack.
Why am I reminded of this?
Boom, crack, same idea. I was just noting that you will still hear it breaking the sound barrier.
P.S. Marvin rocks....
10-22 Takedown with suppressor and/or Kel-Tec Sub 2000 with a couple of 30 round Glock mags.
Never had a suppressor, but some have said that it still makes a big difference even with supersonic ammo.
Color me clueless...
Lot of fatal coyote attacks in your county?