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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: 22 suck on Niggers ()
Date: September 10, 2019 02:26PM

thewhiteunicorn Wrote: https://youtu.be/XqZsoesa55w
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> 22 suck on Niggers Wrote:
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> > Look at this Nog. 22 still breathing.
>
> That happened in 2016 and the rubber bullet used
> by police was a 9mm

Fo real, Buster!

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: so what youre saying is ()
Date: September 17, 2019 12:05AM

fofiddy Wrote:
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> If, that's a major if, I were to ever carry a .22
> rimfire for personal protection it would be a
> PMR-30. Since I'm not a brainwashed parrot, I have
> no problem carrying something that would actually
> work as advertised, and since I have zero interest
> in a 9mm, it would be something that will make
> bigger holes.


so what youre saying is you have a micro peener. got it

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: idiotsszzzzz ()
Date: September 18, 2019 12:53AM

Self defense v combat Wrote:
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> thewhiteunicorn Wrote:
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> > 22LR will go down in history as the most
> > successful assassin caliber. It's not meant for
> > self defense. Stick to 9mm for control and
> 40-45
> > if you have a small dick and like a gun to
> sound
> > louder.
>
>
> The .22 IS "meant" for self defense. In 1857 S&W
> designed the first commercially successful self
> contained metallic cartridge, the.22 short, for
> the model 1 pocket revolver, marketed as a
> gentleman's self defense weapon for close range.
> When the civil war broke out, larger calibers were
> designed for longer ranges, the Spencer, the Henry
> and various upgraded revolvers were used by
> cavalry. But even to this day, shooting someone in
> self defense past 20 yds is extremely rare and it
> does not look good in Court. Therefore .22 is fine
> for SELF DEFENSE, if you want a combat pistol
> that's another matter.

You are such a fucking idiot. The musket was designed for combat and self defense. Would you like to use a musket for self defense? Hell when Indians roamed North America they used bow and arrows. How about you hang a bow and arrow above your bed and use that for self defense. Why would you want to use antiquated instruments when there are much better options today thanks to technology aka 9mm and 12 gauge buckshot. 22. LR is not "fine" for self defense. What if the robber or mass shooter is wearing body armor as has been documented? People on here are such fucking idiots and have zero knowledge about guns or ammunition. Just like our ccongress

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: speaking of idiots ()
Date: September 18, 2019 02:04AM

idiotsszzzzz Wrote:
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> Self defense v combat Wrote:
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> -----
> > thewhiteunicorn Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > 22LR will go down in history as the most
> > > successful assassin caliber. It's not meant
> for
> > > self defense. Stick to 9mm for control and
> > 40-45
> > > if you have a small dick and like a gun to
> > sound
> > > louder.
> >
> >
> > The .22 IS "meant" for self defense. In 1857
> S&W
> > designed the first commercially successful self
> > contained metallic cartridge, the.22 short, for
> > the model 1 pocket revolver, marketed as a
> > gentleman's self defense weapon for close
> range.
> > When the civil war broke out, larger calibers
> were
> > designed for longer ranges, the Spencer, the
> Henry
> > and various upgraded revolvers were used by
> > cavalry. But even to this day, shooting someone
> in
> > self defense past 20 yds is extremely rare and
> it
> > does not look good in Court. Therefore .22 is
> fine
> > for SELF DEFENSE, if you want a combat pistol
> > that's another matter.
>
> You are such a fucking idiot. The musket was
> designed for combat and self defense. Would you
> like to use a musket for self defense? Hell when
> Indians roamed North America they used bow and
> arrows. How about you hang a bow and arrow above
> your bed and use that for self defense. Why would
> you want to use antiquated instruments when there
> are much better options today thanks to technology
> aka 9mm and 12 gauge buckshot. 22. LR is not
> "fine" for self defense. What if the robber or
> mass shooter is wearing body armor as has been
> documented? People on here are such fucking
> idiots and have zero knowledge about guns or
> ammunition. Just like our ccongress

your body armor quip is hilarious my dude. 9mm wont penetrate modern vests and a shotgun with buck will need to be closer than youre gonna get to an active shooter. you may as well stick with the .22 so you can poke out both eyes double tap instead of grazing him in panic mode with the too-lightweight polymer 9mm or .40 kicking like one of goatfuckerer2's unfortunate victims. fortunately for me I know that the supply of whackjob mass shooters is massively hyped by the media so I dont walk around clutching my pearls. As for robbery, Im not a bank manager in north hollywood or a drug dealer so Im not really expecting any such determined force. in reality people with body armor and rifle are pretty tough to stop by any means which is perfect for the cowards. Its sad because any dick can kick and spray. the old method of whacking a single, deserving, influential person or politician off at 750 yards to promote a cause seems downright civil these days. in any event if there's a mass shooting Im running CCW or not. Ill let the cops with their fancy dancy body armor deal with that bull

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Just Axing ()
Date: September 19, 2019 09:44PM

Actually, this is the last thing you want. Before that scumbag realizes why his new roommate thinks he looks better with no teeth, he gets to tell the story of how he accidentally knocked on your door while collecting for UNICEF and you invited him in then shot him for no reason. If shit for brains is dead, there will only be one story of what happened - yours.

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: absolutely false ()
Date: September 19, 2019 10:07PM

Just Axing Wrote:
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> Actually, this is the last thing you want. Before
> that scumbag realizes why his new roommate thinks
> he looks better with no teeth, he gets to tell the
> story of how he accidentally knocked on your door
> while collecting for UNICEF and you invited him in
> then shot him for no reason. If shit for brains is
> dead, there will only be one story of what
> happened - yours.


just as nonfatal shootings by criminals are more common than homicides, justifed shootings are more commonly nonfatal. the news media doesnt like to cover self defense much but far too many home invaders and rapists survive imo. these woundings can be attributed to poor shooting on the part of the defender rather than the caliber of the weapon

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: welcome dave ()
Date: September 23, 2019 03:03AM

I may have some insight into one of our esteemed FXU patrons! it appears "Dave" has been touting Bella Twin all over town! Of course Bella deserves every ounce of fame and then some
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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Hello dave ()
Date: September 23, 2019 03:18AM

talking out your ass Wrote:
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> 22lr 380 and FMJ Wrote:
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> > Not any new expanding ammo with a 22 lr or .380
> .
> > Not enough barrel length or velocity with most
> 4
> > inch or shorter barrel carry guns,
> > . A 380 is like a 22 lr a last ditch hideout or
> > "have a gun" which beats a knife or being
> beaten
> > to death with a blunt club in face to face
> combat
> > with a armed thug.
> >
> > With either you better be able to get up close
> and
> > get the barrel up against the attackers skull
> > hence the reason for FMJ in either caliber. If
> the
> > attacker is armed with a firearm you may get a
> > solid headshot in at 6 feet or somewhat more .
> >
> > Chances that a 380 or 22lr will stop an
> assailant
> > with a knife from stabbing you with a central
> mass
> > shot or shots with either if he's 21 feet away
> and
> > charges are slim no matter what ammo you carry.
> > Even a 38 plus P HP or a 9 mm may not. Unless
> a
> > head shot is taken that's effective. With the
> 40SW
> > and 45 acp that stop is more dependable with
> the
> > modern police type ammo and that's what you
> should
> > carry in 38 9 mm 40 SW or 45 's
> >
> > I read in Rifles Handloading magazine I think
> it
> > was the issue last year with loads for the 10
> most
> > popular reloaded handgun cartridges that a game
> > warden in a western state was mauled by a large
> > brown bear in a sudden attack, he was armed with
> a
> > .357 with 125 gr hollow point magnum ammo, he
> was
> > able to get his revolver out and fire two
> rounds
> > at point blank range into the bears skull, both
> > did not penetrate due to the muzzle angle of
> the
> > shots due to his grappling with the animal to
> keep
> > him off his throat the third did enough that
> the
> > bear quit the fight. If he had cast 158 solid
> semi
> > wadcutters in the gun they most likely may
> have
> > effectived a one shot stop
> >
> > All very nasty business and I hope none of you
> are
> > ever in such a situation with a man or a beast
> .
> > The reason the game warden was looking for that
> > bear was their had been a bear attack in the
> area.
> > The best advice with wildlife is shoot them
> with
> > your camera from a safe distance and leave them
> be
> > , keep your distance. It's unbelivable how
> people
> > in nature like on Skyline Dr. Get super fing
> > excited and want to get up way too close to
> black
> > bears with cubs for a cute picture
> >
> > DAJAX who would rather be reading about where
> some
> > good eat joints are in NOVA then all this but
> it's
> > the cold reality that the world out there can
> be
> > mean
>
>
> you wanna swap bear anectdotes? try Bella Twin,
> slayer of the standing world record grizzly, armed
> with naught but a single shot bolt .22 LONG - not
> even LR. .22 will punch a human skull at 100 yards
> easy. FMJ solids are better IMO but according to
> the study posted above the best .22lr round
> statistically is a stinger HP. If any thug thinks
> they are .22-proof at even 50yds I will happily
> supply their last laugh


We get it. LONG not long rifle...
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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: dave in fairfax ()
Date: September 23, 2019 07:53PM

Impressive. only someone with ZERO life would ever have dug that one up...

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Slaughtering hogs ()
Date: October 25, 2019 02:03AM

Between 1982-93, more police officers lost their lives to .22 (9.8% between rifles and handguns) than 9mm (9.5%). .22lr is not a toy at all
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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: 9 mm 38 Special 40 SW ()
Date: October 25, 2019 02:15PM

The stats are long ago, the 9 mm and 40 SW became mainstream after 1993 with citizens and police. Also police started using handgun retention hosters after 93 instead of simple thumbsnap holsters

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Happy Birthday ()
Date: October 25, 2019 03:57PM


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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Better with time ()
Date: October 25, 2019 05:34PM

9 mm 38 Special 40 SW Wrote:
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> The stats are long ago, the 9 mm and 40 SW became
> mainstream after 1993 with citizens and police.
> Also police started using handgun retention
> hosters after 93 instead of simple thumbsnap
> holsters

My NAA Ranger break top .22lr is more than plenty for suburbia, when I travel to inner cities, war zones and Mexico, my FN 5.7 COMBAT handgun comes with me, as opposed to my SELF DEFENSE handgun. .22 short was the first ever personal defense metallic cartridge, designed for the civil war. Larger calibers were designed for several hundred yard battlefield shots in the Henry rifle and army revolvers. Within 25 yds or so even my mini revolver is sufficient and if I were to shoot any further, self defense as a legal defense would be rather difficult. Big calibers are for COMBAT and while the pigs have illegally militarized themselves, I am just a regular Joe who doesn't want to be carjacked or jugged at the ATM. You can be a tacticool fag if you want I suppose

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Stupid auto correct ()
Date: October 25, 2019 05:38PM

Better with time Wrote:
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> 9 mm 38 Special 40 SW Wrote:
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> > The stats are long ago, the 9 mm and 40 SW
> became
> > mainstream after 1993 with citizens and police.
> > Also police started using handgun retention
> > hosters after 93 instead of simple thumbsnap
> > holsters
>
> My NAA Ranger break top .22lr is more than plenty
> for suburbia, when I travel to inner cities, war
> zones and Mexico, my FN 5.7 COMBAT handgun comes
> with me, as opposed to my SELF DEFENSE handgun.
> .22 short was the first ever personal defense
> metallic cartridge, designed BEforE the civil war.
> Larger calibers were designed for several hundred
> yard battlefield shots in the Henry rifle and army
> revolvers. Within 25 yds or so even my mini
> revolver is sufficient and if I were to shoot any
> further, self defense as a legal defense would be
> rather difficult. Big calibers are for COMBAT and
> while the pigs have illegally militarized
> themselves, I am just a regular Joe who doesn't
> want to be carjacked or jugged at the ATM. You can
> be a tacticool fag if you want I suppose

PS your plastic junk auto loader will never be as reliable as the time tested NAA! Your polymer crap will jam and crack decades before mine. All those cops killed with .38s had wise assaliants who knew better than to spew evidence all over the scene, unlike today's savages

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: snub-nose .38 sweet too ()
Date: October 25, 2019 08:12PM

.22 automatics are the best pocket packing nog poppers.

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Midget ()
Date: October 25, 2019 09:10PM

I pack a Bond Arms 45-.410 snake charmer, If Im about to get stomped into a greasy spot by some ugly old bald guy 6-4 230 Named Double Action Jackson outside Kilroys because I reached up and swiped his beer , Ill level both barrels at his knee and light it off and split hiding in the crowd like trees in a forest .

Us Migets got to pack heat and ya'll best not be f'ing with us , plus were good luck when ever you see one of us

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Pack Man ()
Date: October 25, 2019 09:41PM

Midget Wrote:https://youtu.be/7Znh0OM9jiA
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> I pack a Bond Arms 45-.410 snake charmer, If Im
> about to get stomped into a greasy spot by some
> ugly old bald guy 6-4 230 Named Double Action
> Jackson outside Kilroys because I reached up and
> swiped his beer , Ill level both barrels at his
> knee and light it off and split hiding in the
> crowd like trees in a forest .
>
> Us Migets got to pack heat and ya'll best not be
> f'ing with us , plus were good luck when ever you
> see one of us


Let's go .22
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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: PAC-MAN ()
Date: October 25, 2019 09:52PM


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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: Po boys armory ()
Date: October 25, 2019 10:07PM

Pack Man Wrote:
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> Midget Wrote:https://youtu.be/7Znh0OM9jiA
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> > I pack a Bond Arms 45-.410 snake charmer, If Im
> > about to get stomped into a greasy spot by some
> > ugly old bald guy 6-4 230 Named Double Action
> > Jackson outside Kilroys because I reached up
> and
> > swiped his beer , Ill level both barrels at his
> > knee and light it off and split hiding in the
> > crowd like trees in a forest .
> >
> > Us Migets got to pack heat and ya'll best not
> be
> > f'ing with us , plus were good luck when ever
> you
> > see one of us
>
>
> Let's go .22


My KSG is Velcro'd to my bed frame and my PMR 30 is under my pillow with 2 mags I sleep tight every night!

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Re: .22lr for self defense
Posted by: DAJAX'S GUN LOVERS POP QUIZ ()
Date: October 25, 2019 11:02PM

What's the second most popular rifle model in America and what's the most popular model of all

Answer The Ruger 10-22 because of all the customizing you can do with it in 2nd place ,the AR platform rifles are Americas most #1 most popular for the same reason both have light recoil in .556mm NATO that ladies and small folk can shoot well for home business and personal defense protected under the 2nd amendment of the US Constitution

The .22LR is Americas most popular pistol and rifle overall counting all models

Hey Midgets I love you ! Your good luck all right! Hell If I see ya at Kilroys some time Ill buy you that beer , If ya steal mine Ill just laugh my ass off and watch you try to kick start my Harley 74 and make a tire burning bobber getaway front wheel to the sky straight pipes blasting my ears (for safety natch) ! , hell if ya can start it you can have it!.

DAJAX … OK I take that "have it" part back! Never underestimate a Midget or a woman or smaller guy , you may get your ass in deep shit if you do

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