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Old March 7, 2018, 06:26 PM   #7
Obambulate
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Join Date: February 22, 2011
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I'll go with .22lr. It is excellent for target shooting, plinking, small game, and survival. Not as good for carry or home defense but ammo capacity is good for the size and weight. You can get an 8-shot J-frame that weighs 11-oz and carries easily. A 10-shot S&W 617 or a Ruger Mark series pistol would work for home defense. Or get an AR-style .22 with a 25-round mag. In a survival setting you could hunt larger game with a good rifle and proper shot placement. A large variety of ammo choices extends the versatility even more.
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