Just as a point of reference regarding prices of 5.7X28 vs .22RF.
Midway lists the 5.7 at $203 for 500. Their .22rf prices are $20-$33 for a brick of your basic .22s.
Use....when we say that "they" are using the 5.7 for hunting....ya gotta remember that "they" do lots of things that range into the iffy.
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