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off, because you couldn't stalk within 10 ft, or couldn't HIT them in the brain with your slingshot and your rock? Or would you rather use a sling BOW, and arrow, and only have to get within 40 ft or so? :) Me, I'd rather only have to get within 50m, and hit it in the chest with a scoped, canned .22 unit, in the CAR.
 

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Hunting takes practice, as does stalking.

Oh, I prefer a .22 also, but I can still use other weapons, because I actually practice with them. Firearms are almost always better though.

Don't need to take the legal risk of an illegal silencer to kill quail and cottontails, CB Longs work well.
 

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off, because you couldn't stalk within 10 ft, or couldn't HIT them in the brain with your slingshot and your rock? Or would you rather use a sling BOW, and arrow, and only have to get within 40 ft or so? :) Me, I'd rather only have to get within 50m, and hit it in the chest with a scoped, canned .22 unit, in the CAR.
Or you could become proficient enough to not be dependant on any one technique. You could damage your can and not be able to replace it.

You could lose or damage your .22 unit or your CAR.

The person that isn't totally dependant on any one technology (like the 22 unit and the can and a scope) has many more options and a lot more flexibility than the person that has to rely on a single mechanism.

Skill and flexibility trumps reliance on gizmos and technology.

A well prepared person considers all scenarios and plans accordingly.

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