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you could always go with a remington 700 in 22-50 with a supressor if you want a fast flat round....same basic punch as a .223, with a shit load more speed and distance....flatter trajectory too...




contrary to popular belief some supressors actually improve accuracy and range....
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Had one of these, Enfield .303 No. 4 MKI (T). Pretty acurate at 200 and 300. Wish I still had it.
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Had one of these, Enfield .303 No. 4 MKI (T). Pretty acurate at 200 and 300. Wish I still had it.
My son has my father's .303 Enfield. Daddy modified it for deer hunting, but other than that, it's as good now as it was in 1943. Was a bit of a trick figuring out what ammunition we needed until the attorney I work for told us it used .303 British.

(No cracks about age, if you please. I also have the circa 1849 weapon my gg grandfather carried in the Civil War and I am nowhere nearly old enough to recall that gun when it was new. I was a mere child when Vicksburg fell...)
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Not that I'm condoning them, but I kind of like my Marlin Camp 9 carbine. Short little gun which happens to accept S&W 59 and 69 series mags. Same mags for long and short. Always ready to go.
I used to have one of those and sold it about 15 years ago. I wish I hadn't done that.
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Bought it through Shotgun News in '65 when I was 18. Paid $40 for it and it was in excellent condition.
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When considering weapons for this type of use, I also take into account the potential availability of replacement ammo. .223, .308, and 12ga would most likely be more available in these parts than some others. Seem to be pretty popular rounds. Same with .45 and 9mm for handguns.

Also, if you are thinking about being in a WROL (without rule of law) situation, you should consider a good .22LR and several thousand rounds. Lots of rabbits, squirrels and other edible things could be taken down without using up the more precious self defense type ammo.

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Since I am not in town, maybe a nice FN FAL or an M1A.
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When considering weapons for this type of use, I also take into account the potential availability of replacement ammo. .223, .308, and 12ga would most likely be more available in these parts than some others. Seem to be pretty popular rounds. Same with .45 and 9mm for handguns.

Also, if you are thinking about being in a WROL (without rule of law) situation, you should consider a good .22LR and several thousand rounds. Lots of rabbits, squirrels and other edible things could be taken down without using up the more precious self defense type ammo.

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One of the reasons I made my choices, is that all are available as military rounds. It has been easy to obtain inexpensive quality ammo.
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When considering weapons for this type of use, I also take into account the potential availability of replacement ammo. .223, .308, and 12ga would most likely be more available in these parts than some others. Seem to be pretty popular rounds. Same with .45 and 9mm for handguns.

Also, if you are thinking about being in a WROL (without rule of law) situation, you should consider a good .22LR and several thousand rounds. Lots of rabbits, squirrels and other edible things could be taken down without using up the more precious self defense type ammo.

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That's why I want a .308.
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When considering weapons for this type of use, I also take into account the potential availability of replacement ammo. .223, .308, and 12ga would most likely be more available in these parts than some others. Seem to be pretty popular rounds. Same with .45 and 9mm for handguns.

Also, if you are thinking about being in a WROL (without rule of law) situation, you should consider a good .22LR and several thousand rounds. Lots of rabbits, squirrels and other edible things could be taken down without using up the more precious self defense type ammo.

Just a thought.
I consider calibers using the "Walmart test". Is this caliber common enough they'd carry ammo for it?

I didn't mention the .22, but it's in the next room too.
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1903 Springfield that has been "sportized" and a Rem 700 7 mm rem mag in SS syn stock and a very nice scope on both.

They will both reach out there a bit.

Would be nice to have the .308 Rem 700 with the sniper barrel.


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