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Old 08-31-2012, 11:12 PM   #21
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I couldn't even own a muzzle loader because under federal law its still a firearm. And what air rifle would ward off an intruder?
A think a .308, .45 or .50 would do quite well actually.
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Old 08-31-2012, 11:59 PM   #22
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A think a .308, .45 or .50 would do quite well actually.
Oh yeah, look at some of those crazy azzzz air rifles. Their not your average. 22 or. 177 air rifle
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Hell yeah. I've seen a .25 caliber that was quieter than a .22 caliber. I've seen a .45 that'll shoot through concrete blocks and a .308 (my favorite) that has been used to take deer,elk,sheep and hogs. I'm pretty sure it'll stop someone kicking in your door.

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Hell yeah. I've seen a .25 caliber that was quieter than a .22 caliber. I've seen a .45 that'll shoot through concrete blocks and a .308 (my favorite) that has been used to take deer,elk,sheep and hogs. I'm pretty sure it'll stop someone kicking in your door.
Got one of those 25's layin around?? I need a backyard plinker quieter than my 22 and want something bigger than a 177 airgun
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It's my buddy's. I think he picked it up for like $300. No clue where though.

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It's my buddy's. I think he picked it up for like $300. No clue where though.
300$ wow nice deal. I have only seen one large caliber airgun it was one of those foreign made 45's really neat gun, but the price was 750$ or so, and for that i can find any other good rifle
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Exactly why I don't have one. By the time you have everything you're talking $1000. The .308 is sweet though.

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Exactly why I don't have one. By the time you have everything you're talking $1000. The .308 is sweet though.
I have a good 177 pellet gun a benjimen i think. Is a 22 airgun really so much better to warrant the higher price?
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I contacted the nra. They said it cannot be expunged. So no I am to suffer and so does my family for something that happened over a decade ago. That sucks. So looks like I cannot own any guns until my dad moves out of state and I live with him.....
Did you try contacting the lawyers I had given you?
They deal with these cases. I do not know them personally, but definitely give them a call if you haven't.
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I have a good 177 pellet gun a benjimen i think. Is a 22 airgun really so much better to warrant the higher price?
My buddy has one that's pushing 1000 fps. Bigger bullet bigger whack.
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