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Old 11-30-2008, 08:06 AM   #11
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but a basic .22 for 500 bucks thats not accurate at far distances is a little pricey for me, they are nice lookin though. read up on them in shotgun news they sound like hella fun to shoot
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So you dont think the GSG-5 is very accurate?
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personaly i cant say but i couldnt imagine they would put 5 rounds in a dime
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Hmm..


Well, what else should I consider for about that price or less that is 'cool' looking.. Is there any reason to avoid the Kel-Tec?
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not that i know of, ive heard nothing but good about kel-tec, i just think there the uglyest things. if you want cool looking go with the gsg-5 iwould, if there full size replicas of the 9mm's or the .40's theres alot of aftermarket stuff you can get for em
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Well I just got a hi point, and I like it okay. Great for the money I spent for it. But I think I want a .22.

I really didnt realize how fast I can go thru 200 rounds of 9mm. I mean that $40 bucks + tax. Where as I can shoot all day for $15 dollars on .22.

And because Its just plinking, I will live with the .22. its really a fun calibure I want to stay with for right now.
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i agree .22s are alot more fun for the money
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Yeah. I'm about to go to bed.

Do you have any other options for guns that can be modified to look really cool, and out of the ordinary. I know the Ruger 10/22 has alot of mods. But a buddy already has one I can shoot whenever. And yes its modified. is there a different gun I should consider?

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not at the moment im trying to find stuff for my 597 but no luck though, gnight
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Well I just got a hi point, and I like it okay. Great for the money I spent for it. But I think I want a .22.

I really didnt realize how fast I can go thru 200 rounds of 9mm. I mean that $40 bucks + tax. Where as I can shoot all day for $15 dollars on .22.

And because Its just plinking, I will live with the .22. its really a fun calibure I want to stay with for right now.
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