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Old 01-06-2012, 05:04 PM   #11
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Just a little bit.
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More bang for almost the same buck?
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I thought mag. was more expensive. By a good bit too. (.22 mags are extremely fun to shoot)
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All you really need to make an informed response is to read the last post, right?
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All you really need to make an informed response is to read the last post, right?
That's it!!
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I thought mag. was more expensive. By a good bit too. (.22 mags are extremely fun to shoot)
its way more expensive
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its way more expensive
Hmmmmm... guess that explains my cousin's hesitance to shoot more than 10 when I shoot at his house
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It's only slightly less than 9mm. I pay $10-$15 for a box of 50. The CCI stuff is around $11 a box, not that bad.
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Go with the mag not only are the bigger you get more bang for almost the same buck also consider 22 hornet also.
Tell me where you can get .22 mag for the same price as LR's?
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