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if it wasn't for the (hidden, subconscious)aspects of combat, in your MIND, the .22 would be every BIT as "enjoyable' as is the CF. Since you aint really very GOOD at the realistica combat aspects of the handgun,you might just as well STICK to the .22, until your shooting timer,the targets, and comparison to the times of the TOP hands (same ranges, targets, etc) tells you that with the .22, at least, you are just as "good" as they are. From there, you can either progess to combat-capable gear, or keep on "plinking' with the .22. At least you will KNOW that you aint kidding yourself, nor have you wasted any money on pointless centerfire practice.
 

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Translation:
My allowance isn't quite enough to cover practice with full power ammunition, but if I save my lunch money all week I can spring for a value-pack of .22LR on Sundays. I also have to consider the short service life of my chopped Star and don't want to wear it out before SHTF.

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Right on Teuf! Since gunkid can't even touch guns, he would be lucky to get away to even shoot some .22.
 

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Besides, prison-made zip guns don't stand-up very well to the higher pressures of centerfire rounds. Right 223 (muslim)?
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Good translation Teuf!
 

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What would you know of combat melvin?Besides what you read in soldier of fortune, and your collection of sgt.rock comic books?Get real the only thing you have expirience at is droppin to your knees and pleasin bubba.
 

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if it wasn't for the (hidden, subconscious)aspects of combat, in your MIND, the .22 would be every BIT as "enjoyable' as is the CF. Since you aint really very GOOD at the realistica combat aspects of the handgun,you might just as well STICK to the .22, until your shooting timer,the targets, and comparison to the times of the TOP hands (same ranges, targets, etc) tells you that with the .22, at least, you are just as "good" as they are. From there, you can either progess to combat-capable gear, or keep on "plinking' with the .22. At least you will KNOW that you aint kidding yourself, nor have you wasted any money on pointless centerfire practice.
No, I enjoy shooting a variety of calibers, including .22, Not only that, I can afford to shoot as many rounds of each caliber as I choose. Centerfire practice is never wasted.Training with the guns you are going to actually use is never a bad idea.

Your requirements are yours. They aren't realistic, you've never been in combat, so you like to pretend gamesmanship is the same thing. It isn't. Things that matter in competition don't necessarily matter elsewhere. You can't seem to comprehend this. You're fixated on the wrong things.
 
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