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Old December 7, 2005, 05:09 PM   #2
gddyup
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IMO, if you havea good feel for the rifle in it's "natural" caliber then I see no reason why using a 22 conversion to help practice your movement and timing would be non beneficial. Sounds like a good idea to me although I would certainly mix in hitting the course with the caliber you would usually take into combat. That would only make sense.
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