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Old 06-16-2012, 02:32 AM   #1
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Hi every one I need some help fineding a custom shop to make my lower reciver with no logo cause I'll be putting a custom logo and the caliber I'll be using is .25x47mm please help me if know some thing

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Old 06-16-2012, 03:08 AM   #2
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Thank you seven do you think a .25x47mm is a good hunting rifle ?

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Yes I would like honest

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Nope.

Not to be an ass, I just don't see the need to go 'wildcat' on the AR platform.

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I see will I just want some deferent

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Nope.

Not to be an ass, I just don't see the need to go 'wildcat' on the AR platform.
i agree with Sevin. i think this round would be better suited to a bolt action or single shot rifle as a varmint or smaller to medium sized game caliber. i think that in an AR platform, you just aren't going to realize the rounds full potential for accuracy.
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K so what cal should I use then?

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K so what cal should I use then?
on an AR platform, i would personally suggest anything you don't have to custom build cases for. if reloading for an AR platform, i would want something as easy to reload for as possible. anything that takes much time to reload for due to case preperation and such would be more suited to a bolt action rifle or a single shot rifle. i am only giving my opinions on this and what my reason are and what i would do. the choice is up to you. there are those who handload precision ammo for their AR's and shoot for accuracy, and there's nothing wrong with that. to each his own. personally i don't shoot my AR for precision accuracy, as i have many bolt actions for that. if i get a 1-2" group at a 100-150 yards with my AR, i'm a happy camper.
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