Discussion in 'Shooting & Fireams Training / Skills' started by RedEyedHog, Jun 22, 2018.
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.
I don’t need your negativity.
What? You were expecting us to tell you that you need a AR pistol chambered in 300 BLACK-out with a suppressor
"But Honey I needed it, and the suppressor is so I don't disturb the neighbors"
Mrs REH said
" Don't gimme that $#!T, your just using that as an excuse to get a new toy"
WTH you post a picture but don't give us details
Details are....I got in trouble. Forgiveness has not been given yet.
Gonna be a tight squeeze in the doghouse, especially with that dog of yours
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" !!!!!!!!
My dog is big and snuggly and I don’t understand what a458 Lott is. This Austrian language barrier is tough.
Definition of 458Lott
Big bang fast large chunk of lead that costs a-Lott
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!
....exactly.... is this whole site not about being prepared ???????
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.
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.
I’m prepared to stay inside when the pachyderms are attacking.
It’ll open up menu options if you hunt them down
Mmm BBQ pulled packaderm
Slow smoked trunk samich seasoned with REH with I side of elephant grass slaw
@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?
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.