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?
Irresponsible use of alcohol kills many times those killed by guns. And look what happened to PROHIBITION 100 years ago!
Last edited by ADK_40GLKr; 03-10-2012 at 16:59..