Truck gun/Home defense/farm gun

Discussion in 'Shooting & Fireams Training / Skills' started by RedEyedHog, Jun 22, 2018.

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    Strigidae Moderator Staff Member

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    22 pistol. Ill break rank here. Use that way more on the farm than anything. Maybe a shovel or a post driver i use more but its up there.
     
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    I don’t need your negativity.
     
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    What? You were expecting us to tell you that you need a AR pistol chambered in 300 BLACK-out with a suppressoro_O
    REH said
    "But Honey I needed it, and the suppressor is so I don't disturb the neighbors" :p
    Mrs REH said
    " Don't gimme that $#!T, your just using that as an excuse to get a new toy" :mad:
     
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    Details are....I got in trouble. Forgiveness has not been given yet.
     
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    Gonna be a tight squeeze in the doghouse, especially with that dog of yours :p
     
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    I maintain that sometime soon you are going to post in this thread and say "you know Andy....you were right....I really wanted that 458Lott" !!!!!!!!
     
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    My dog is big and snuggly and I don’t understand what a458 Lott is. This Austrian language barrier is tough.
     
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    Definition of 458Lott
    Big bang fast large chunk of lead that costs a-Lott :p
     
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    Nice looking “pistol” there REH! Details (once the missus stops chasing you with a frying pan).

    I have a .458Lott. Haven’t seen a pachyderm in the tater patch in years. But a 500gr bullet @2,250fps means I’m ready!
     
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    ....exactly.... is this whole site not about being prepared ???????
     
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    For me it is usually my USGI M1 Carbine, but sometimes a Russian SKS. The SKS is more capable, but not as handy. I carry the M1 more.
     
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    I’ve got a M1. Just a fun gun to shoot. Kinda makes me think of a .30 cal 10/22. If it was the folding version I might not have bought the AR pistol.
     
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    I’m prepared to stay inside when the pachyderms are attacking.
     
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    It’ll open up menu options if you hunt them down
     
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    Mmm BBQ pulled packaderm :D
    Slow smoked trunk samich seasoned with REH with I side of elephant grass slaw :p
     
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    @Strigidae any specific .22 pistol you recommend for Farm carry? My dad has a Ruger Sungle 6 but damn is that thing heavy. Is something like a Ruger MKIV too long/heavy too?
     
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    I have a ruger Bearcat but that’s almost too little imo. My hands are a size large and the gun is difficult to grip. I bought it for bug out/hiking use.

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