Been asking since 5/2/21 - where did you see James Yeager recommending an SBR-length 223 with a silencer as "the way to go"...?
Forty-one days now, asking the guy who brought the subject up, in the thread where he brought the subject up; a thread that he created specifically to bring the subject up, a thread he even TITLED as being about this subject (that he brought up). And still no answer.Oh, well. Been asking politely and civilly for 25 days now, and still no response.
Punks are just gonna punk, I guess...
Because you post lies and then refuse to reply in your own topics. I've been asking for your input for almost eight weeks now, on a topic you yourself started, but you refuse to answer. Once again, where did you see James Yeager recommending an SBR-length 223 with a silencer as "the way to go"...?Is there half a dozen posts wanting your input? no, but there is for me. wonder why that is, hmm?
when and where did he say this?He now says a shorty AR in 223 with a can on it is the way to go and also says that a .22lr variant of the AR is a great trainer. Well, you can't carry two rifles and a pack for shtf. Why be without the .22lr option? It only costs you 3/4 lb, $200, and a few bucks for subsonic ammo, maybe a lb of it, 100 rds of the 60 gr Aquila. Wth would you not want the 22lr option, for quiet foraging, removal of scouts/sentries, dogs? Beats hell out of having sonic crack call in enemies, or running out of centerfire ammo.
Well said....wrong with great authority...
Where did he say that?
...again, where does he say that an sbr 223 with a silencer is ideal? Because if he actually did, I’d genuinely be interested to hear it.
JMD: once again - and for two months now - still no answer to a simple, civil question on the very topic you brought up, in a thread that you started specifically for the sole purpose of bringing up the topic. Instead we get your standard uber-macho response; the response of a true outlaw desperado:Hello? Paging gunkid; paging gunkid...
Come on, John. Where did you "notice" him "admitting" this?