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Old 05-06-2012, 02:34 PM   #31
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Centerfire is a definition of highpowered. A .223 is technically a .22 but a .22 Mag ain't no .22 which almost always means .22 LR to most people.

.308 it is.

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Old 05-10-2012, 03:12 PM   #32
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i got a mini 14 .223 ruger how about that and .55 gram full metal jacket Brown Bear Ammo Loaded to exacting standards normally reserved for military specification ammo?
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i got a mini 14 .223 ruger how about that and .55 gram full metal jacket Brown Bear Ammo Loaded to exacting standards normally reserved for military specification ammo?
Not sure exactly where the statements and questions start and end. U GOT a Mini-14? My condolences.

Kidding. Good luck and enjoy.

Brown Bear? Cheap steel-cased stuff but if it is Barnaul made I wouldn't reject it. 55 grain? Presume the twist is 1:9 so that'll work.

If u r a good shooter I think you'll be a little disappointed in the accuracy of the combination. If you are a not-so-good shooter, and know it, you won't even be showing us your targets.
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ive been shooting it a various distances with cheap ammo from the 60s and it shoots fine i get a occasional bullet that flies way off but all in all i can shoot a good group the size of my fist wich works fine for me for taking down coyote and things and its semi auto so i can blow bullets purdy fast said that the pre-2005 Ruger Mini has accuracy comparable to a basic AK47 wich mine is from the 70s that and i like that i have a 20 round clip and go all the way up to a 40 round clip very handy in emerigencyes my only complaint is that all over the internet all .223 ammo is sold out at least the Barnaul stuff and the wolf ammo so i bought 2000 rounds of FMJ in brown bears decent price 400 bucks that company only had 30 units left

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ive been shooting it a various distances with cheap ammo from the 60s and it shoots fine i get a occasional bullet that flies way off but all in all i can shoot a good group the size of my fist wich works fine for me for taking down coyote and things and its semi auto so i can blow bullets purdy fast said that the pre-2005 Ruger Mini has accuracy comparable to a basic AK47 wich mine is from the 70s that and i like that i have a 20 round clip and go all the way up to a 40 round clip very handy in emerigencyes my only complaint is that all over the internet all .223 ammo is sold out at least the Barnaul stuff and the wolf ammo so i bought 2000 rounds of FMJ in brown bears decent price 400 bucks that company only had 30 units left
Put half that ammo away for good and when you've gone through 1/3rd of it place your next order.
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