Thread: I'm getting a gun :)
4/22/2006 8:52pm, #101Originally Posted by Kidspatula
Full metal Jacket? Wad Cutters?
4/22/2006 8:54pm, #102
.22Lr is cheap, they're simple .22LR "high velocity" hollowpoints A brick is 10 dollars and is 525 rounds if i recall correctly.
4/22/2006 8:59pm, #103
550 roundsRanked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
4/22/2006 9:09pm, #104
Does anyone know what 1.77 will set you back? Or why it even exists in a firearm?
4/22/2006 9:13pm, #105Originally Posted by SFGOON
I thought that was only for air pistol/rifle.
Edit: I did heard rumors a while ago that they started making the .177 cal range pistol, but I never seen one.
4/22/2006 9:45pm, #106
He's probably thinking of .17 HMR. It's probably the closest thing to .22 lr in many ways, but it's not nearly as cheap. It's more in line with what you'd pay for cheap plinking ammo in, say, .223. If it were as popular as .22, and being made in the billions per year or whatever the amount is for .22, then it would probably be just as cheap.
Most .22 is copper-washed (not jacketed--this is cheaper) lead hollow points or round-nose. It doesn't move fast enough to really need
I interrupt this gun nut post to inform you that my wife has just entered the room in a lacy thong to ask if I'm going to spend the whole night at the computer.
Of course, I am not. Goodbye now.
4/22/2006 9:54pm, #107
Thanks for the heads up Don!
4/22/2006 11:27pm, #108Originally Posted by Don Gwinn
4/23/2006 4:35pm, #109
4/23/2006 5:55pm, #110
Precisely, and I´m most surprised that you didn´t make any typo.