Awwww C'mon! WHY NOT!!!
(Maybe this should go in tactics & training, but because it's distinguishing between rounds, I'm asking here.)
I picked one of these up to practice with in my BIG back yard, got it home, and read the warnings. I can understand the reasoning behind most being that bullets ricochet off metal, but....
-Why is .38 to .44 OK and .22 not?
-Why minimum distance of 25 yards? I'd like to start at 10 yards.
Is this just a case of mfr. CY* or are ricochet injuries a lot more likely if these warnings are violated?
There's a fundamental flaw in a system that passes laws that put an onerous burden on law-abiding citizens, but fails to prosecute the criminals who break those laws.
Last edited by ADK_40GLKr; 03-10-2012 at 16:59..