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Old 12-13-2009, 10:23 PM
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Default High capacity 22 LR HANDGUN

Revolvers or semi autos, I mean the bullets are kinda tiny, why stop at 10 rounds?

Keltec is comming out with a 30 rounder semi auto but it is 22 magnum, now something like this in 22LR would be the ultimate plinking tool!

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Default Hi Cap .22 LR

bruchi, I agree with you on the need, never understood the reason for the small capacity. I am looking forward to examining the Kel-tec and seeing how it operates. The high capacity .22LR should be a no-brainer in my estimation.
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I think that would be hard to do in a handgun that has the magazine inside it's grips. The .22 LR is a rimmed cartridge, and high-capacity mags for rimmed cartridges need to be curved - just look at the 50-round mags for the Ruger 10-22. If the magazine was in front of the grip, it could probably happen.
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Just heard that Smith will be introducing a M&P .22LR auto. No word on mag cap yet.

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Just heard that Smith will be introducing a M&P .22LR auto. No word on mag cap yet.

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I would actually like to see a blued, top break revolver in either .22 or .22 mag (you pick the cal.) Something like the old H&R (Trapper, I think).
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