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Old 04-17-2012, 05:26 AM   #1
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I can't decide on a kel-tec sub 2k or a Henry action 22lr....I know....big difference...
I put $150 on the sub 2k but I really want a lever action rifle (specifically a 38/357 but out of price range for now)
Specific uses....PLINKING, backpacking, small game(can't use the sub 2k in my county for small game), etc...
Idk...any advice?

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Old 04-17-2012, 05:29 AM   #2
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I can't decide on a kel-tec sub 2k or a Henry action 22lr....I know....big difference...
I put $150 on the sub 2k but I really want a lever action rifle (specifically a 38/357 but out of price range for now)
Specific uses....PLINKING, backpacking, small game(can't use the sub 2k in my county for small game), etc...
Idk...any advice?

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seems to me you've 2 reasons right there for the Henry
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Those Henry rifles are freakin' sweet. I'd go with that one. Plus, you can get 500 rounds of plinking ammo for the price of 50 rounds for the Kel-Tec

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Yeah...I forgot to HD to my list...answers still the same?

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Yeah...I forgot to HD to my list...answers still the same?

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I'd say neither in that case. A handgun will be much more maneuverable than a handgun with a stock and a 16 inch barrel. Buy the .22 and a hi-point .45 .
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I can't decide on a kel-tec sub 2k or a Henry action 22lr....I know....big difference...
I put $150 on the sub 2k but I really want a lever action rifle (specifically a 38/357 but out of price range for now)
Specific uses....PLINKING, backpacking, small game(can't use the sub 2k in my county for small game), etc...
Idk...any advice?

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You know where to get a Kel-Tec Sub 2000 9mm? Lucky man! As they are quite hard to find new.
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That Henry kicks ass, love to plink with those. For a sidearms in the woods I don't carry anything smaller than a .357, ya never know if your gonna need firepower.

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Another vote for the Henry, a good looking rifle that's

accurate, easy, eats most 22LR and small 22 ammo,

dependable, and most important for me,

fun for the whole family.

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I live in NY a handgun is out of the question for me....

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You know where to get a Kel-Tec Sub 2000 9mm? Lucky man! As they are quite hard to find new.
Yeah they had ONE at my local range...that's why I'm not sure I should pass up the opportunity...

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