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Old 06-06-2012, 03:01 AM   #121
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I enjoy my umarex HK mp5 22 sd. Fun to shoot. Have had zero problems with it.

And besides, what does it matter what caliber someone shoots. Isnt this all about people that enjoy the sport of shooting and can come and share advice and experiences. Why do we constantly have to put others down.

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I enjoy my umarex HK mp5 22 sd. Fun to shoot. Have had zero problems with it.

And besides, what does it matter what caliber someone shoots. Isnt this all about people that enjoy the sport of shooting and can come and share advice and experiences. Why do we constantly have to put others down.
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Old 06-06-2012, 04:30 PM   #123
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True Story about "Tactical .22" in home defense.

A few years ago, I came home from a party late at night. I was alone at the party but my wife was home sick. When I approached the front door I knew something was amiss right away, there was a hole about the size of a baseball splintered through the door.

I opened the door slowly to notice the lights were off everywhere but in the master bedroom. I heard scratching sounds, and weird aggressive chirping. My wife yelled to me in a panic to help. I ran toward her, stopping in the hall to grab my m-4/22, bull barreled picatinny railed up the a$$, with tactical light, laser, armison sight. Yeah its bad ass!

I ran into the room just as my bolt slamed closed on a round. My wife was in a corner surounded by 6 crack addled black gang banging muther fkers. They had crawled through the door after chewing the hole.

You should have seen the terror in their eyes, as that lazer bounced from perp to prp, lighting the way for the next round.

I was damn glad, I grabbed my tactical .22 that day.

You never know when you'll have to kill a half dozen squirrels in self defense.
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I do have a question. Who here likes the direction that 5.56/.223 is headed? Do you think it would make sense to set up a dedicated. 22lr identical to your primary AR? Or how about a dedicated .22lr handgun set up like your secondary?
You have a good point , sir. Dave Petzal did a Field and Stream

article about this very thing, about a year ago.

It's a great way to help develop good habits and accuracy

before stepping up to the larger caliber.


IMO, the 5.56/.223 has sealed itself a place in the hearts of

many shooters. A fine round, so nice it was emulated by

the Russians in the 5.45 x 39.
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There are many .22's out there to choose from. There are 4 tactical options that are all very good, but which would you prefer?
Ruger 10/22 with tapco stock, 25rd mag, flash hider: 320$
Kel-Tec SU-22 Factory Configuration: 320$

S&W M&P 15-22 Factory Configuration: 400$
Sig 522 Factory Configuration: 400$

Remember: each has good sights, but only the 10/22 and S&W have a lot of rail options.

Personally, i would either want a 10/22 or the M&P 15-22.

If you have a gun you think should be on this list feel free to post it. Also, if you have pics of your .22 feel free to post them!
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Those are nice. I use fed bulk & cci in mine. Runs flawless
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Finally went to the range and blasted 500 rounds through the HK 416 22. The sighting system leaves a lot to be desired. It has a rotary rear peeper, it was difficult at 50 yds. The kid shooting next to me had an AK47 in 7.62 exchanged guns for a couple of shots and I shot out the X. I need new sights.
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May I "borrow" this?
Amen. Maybe we should be more worried about the " squirrel apocalypse " than the " zombie apocalypse ".
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Remember .22 drop like rocks after or around fifty yards, it may not be the site, try aiming a few inches high.

They're good for the squirel zombies because squirel venom is only leathal if you're bitten, so as long as you can hit em at 10 yards your good any closer and you take a chance that a leaping zombie squirrel will gouge your eyes out.
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