Back in 60's I bought one handgun for target shooting and squirrels shooting when hiking in the mountains. The primary purpose was the .22lr use. The .22 magnum struck me as 'Frosting on the cake' when I bought the Ruger Super Single Six. When I was hiking I carried the .22 magnum rounds in the revolver. When I wanted to shoot at squirrels I changed cylinders and shot away with .22lr rounds. One hand gun, the Ruger Super Single Six worked for me for several years. I have other handguns now and have not shot .22 magnums in maybe 30 - 40 years. I still have the revolver though and a couple of boxes of .22 magnum rounds.
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