as well as the option of practicing or huntingwith a .22lr conversion unit. Yes, right now the price of .22lr is prohibitive, but in a few months, that will get fixed. it's just too easy to make (and smuggle, if need be) .22lr ammo for these prices to hold.Nobody needs .22 ammo, really. It's not combat ammo. It's plinking ammo. So as soon as the morons figure that out and quit buying it at ridiculous prices, the supply will catch up with demand and prices will drop like rocks.
Roberg, if you actually read the thread you'd see the OP already has 3 AR15s that use our GI round. 'variety is the spice of life' I hear some folks say.
all guns lost in a tragic smelting accident.
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