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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by Scratchammo, May 19, 2011.
Has anyone seen or heard of this?: AIRROW RIMFIRE
It looks bad@ss.
looks interesting, I'd like to see it in action.
Wonder if it would be legal for hunting anywhere? Is it a bow / crosbow / or rifle?
I would like to see the expression on face of the 1st game warden to find one in use during deer season (as long as it wasn't me using it).
I have to say its certainly innovative.
The states im somewhat familiar on hunting regs have a positive list of approved weapons. If your chosen device or method isnt listed its a no-go.
Im not convinced it can drive an arrow weighing 10 times the normal weight of a 22 bullet half the speed of a 22lr round. I would need actual video chronoed proof of that from an independant source. Blanks just arent that powerful
I found a video... Looks cool but is pretty pricey....
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mW7f4PRW4d8]YouTube - Ruger 10/22 Converted to Shoot Arrows‏[/ame]
sure seemed quiet in that video.
That was pretty sweet, but a little pricey for me.
Damn it, now I have to get one.
They are a bit off in their estimation of arrow speed from bows.
Ben Pearson Stealth II does 340+ FPS...Pearson makes some mighty fine bows in Brewton, Alabama
Low prices, high quality!!
I only shoot Hoyt or Pearson bows in NFAA & IBO. Nothing else cuts the mustard.
Lemme also point out that they weren't doing precision shooting, they were aiming at a BARN...
with an arrow with No Fletching. To some of you, that means little.
To an archer, we know that an arrow with no fletching can end up in a WIDE area.
Sure as heck ain't gonna be precise...
Here in VA, years ago, Game Wardens caught a guy using a 12 g to shoot arrows during bow season (reduced powder charge). Gunpowder residue on fletching. HE went to jail. Do not fool around with the Partridge Police or the Deer Deputies!