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beyond 200 yds, 223, with the RIGHT softpoint load, does just fine. given a 10-11" barrel, gotta set the limit at 150 yds, same as with a .44 or 30-30 lever.

legal big game hunting is just a weekend, maybe a week per year. then what do you do with the big clunker rifle, hmm? nothing, that's what. but the shorty, silenced AR and .22 unit can be used for varmints, small game, and match shooting all year long. So, despite its high initial cost, it's the best return on your longarm dollar. You can buy it a piece at a time, if need be, ya know. So it takes you a year of selling your plasma 2x per week, so what? cut that in half by selling cast bullets, in half again if you can get regular Craigslist jobs on your days off. You'll never regret it. Ditto if you take out a college loan to get properly set up, gear wise.
 

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beyond 200 yds, 223, with the RIGHT softpoint load, does just fine. given a 10-11" barrel, gotta set the limit at 150 yds, same as with a .44 or 30-30 lever.

legal big game hunting is just a weekend, maybe a week per year. then what do you do with the big clunker rifle, hmm? nothing, that's what. but the shorty, silenced AR and .22 unit can be used for varmints, small game, and match shooting all year long. So, despite its high initial cost, it's the best return on your longarm dollar. You can buy it a piece at a time, if need be, ya know. So it takes you a year of selling your plasma 2x per week, so what? cut that in half by selling cast bullets, in half again if you can get regular Craigslist jobs on your days off. You'll never regret it. Ditto if you take out a college loan to get properly set up, gear wise.
Gunsmithing. How???
 
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