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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=16779
Submitted by: Low-Tech Redneck
Comments: 34  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 01-02-2003
View Stats Category: Off-topic
Description:
Anti-Rice weaponry, when all else fails, just put a round into the NAWS bottles.....


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#1
1-02-2003 @ 12:22:04 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
I'm not sure about the penetrating power of a .22 LR round, but it's better than nothing to have handy

#2
1-02-2003 @ 12:31:21 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
can a .22 bullet go a mile?

#3
1-02-2003 @ 12:33:02 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
Probably, this one is chambered for .22 LR's thats Long Rifle rounds, the same kind a .22 rifle would fire, and has two 10 round mags, single action, semiauto, was a good deal for a target pistol, cost about $280 on sale to purchase

#4
1-02-2003 @ 12:35:27 AM
Posted By : Moose Reply | Edit | Del
yes, it can go a mile, the problem is that you'd have to shoot it at quite an elevation...how fast do the bullets travel?

#5
1-02-2003 @ 12:38:11 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
like 4-5000 fps

#6
1-02-2003 @ 12:38:55 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
According to Smith $ Wesson, the .22LR is actualy a pretty slow bullet, muzzle velocity of 1138 fps, but it's a target or small game load only, .22S, R, and LR rounds are the most commonly used ammo in the world, and the design of the cartridge dates unchanged almost all the way back to the Civil War

[Edited by Low-Tech Redneck on 1-02-2003 @ 12:41:32 AM]


#7
1-02-2003 @ 12:40:32 AM
Posted By : Moose Reply | Edit | Del
then it would go a mile in just over one second! egads, is that correct!? If so, you'd only need to fire it at least 16 feet off the ground and it'd hit the ground right about a mile away, so long as the ground was level the whole way (reply to #5)

[Edited by Moose on 1-02-2003 @ 12:43:56 AM]


#8
1-02-2003 @ 12:42:21 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#7, All I know is when I shoot old dinner plates, they fly apart instantaneoulsy after I pull the trigger :-)

#9
1-02-2003 @ 12:43:36 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
#5 probably rifle bullets

#10
1-02-2003 @ 12:44:19 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
#8 are new dinner plates too tough for .22's?

#11
1-02-2003 @ 12:45:37 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
#6 haha about as fast as my bb's :)

#12
1-02-2003 @ 12:46:15 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#9, Yeah, most ammo loads for target shooting are designed to be sub-sonic for noise considerations and ease of operation by the casual shooter, they make an even slower round specificaly used for shooting small game like squirrels and mice without blowing them apart...

#13
1-02-2003 @ 12:47:45 AM
Posted By : Moose Reply | Edit | Del
#6, so if they go 1138fps, you'd have to shoot it (level) from at least 74 feet off the ground (negating air resistance) and it'd go a mile in 4.7 seconds (also negating air resistance)

[Edited by Moose on 1-02-2003 @ 12:50:55 AM]


#14
1-02-2003 @ 12:48:58 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#10, Nah, they fly apart nice, I usualy use empty soda cans or plastic bottles if I want to plink somthing, otherwise, it's 20 yd. paper targets

[Edited by Low-Tech Redneck on 1-02-2003 @ 12:52:21 AM]


#15
1-02-2003 @ 12:50:01 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
#12 why? blowing them apart is where its at...

#16
1-02-2003 @ 12:50:47 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
and why would you want to kill mice and save the boides...lol...do you stuff and mount them?

#17
1-02-2003 @ 12:51:42 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#16, That's exactly what they're designed for, harvesting small animals for museum collections or research

#18
1-02-2003 @ 12:51:43 AM
Posted By : Moose Reply | Edit | Del
#16, ...nm

[Edited by Moose on 1-02-2003 @ 12:54:32 AM]


#19
1-02-2003 @ 01:00:02 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
moose where the hell have you been

#20
1-02-2003 @ 01:01:07 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
#17 haha...harvesting

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