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Old 09-28-2019, 10:20 PM
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Originally Posted by The War Wagon View Post
No matter how many people say that, curiously enough, NONE of them, have ever volunteered to step in front of one.

If it's a "varmint" round, surely it shouldn't hurt that much...
I think what 400cor-bon meant is that outside of personal defense, target shooting and varmint hunting the 5.56 is limited in its use. In other words it's not that great for hunting medium-sized game and in fact is illegal in some states for that use. Since I don't hunt and only want something for inexpensive recreational shooting it's a great caliber for my uses. However others may prefer rifles with more punch and I respect their decision.
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