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Old May 25, 2006, 03:39 PM   #2
FirstFreedom
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No, I think the .22 is far more powerful - longer range & more killing power on slightly larger rodentia/birds. A powerful springer airgun would work on most small game, IF you can get precisely accurate headshots, but not *nearly* as reliable from a body shot. The only conceivable advantage is if you were going to be somehow limited in ammo amount - the pellets would be lighter and more compact to carry than .22s. But still, .22s are so small and light, not to mention plentiful, that's there's no way that you couldn't obtain & stash enough on your person or in a hideout to get you through the survival scenario, with any amount of pre-planning at all.
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