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[pct-l] Re: one last gun note as relates to PCT
I really don't remember - it wasn't a 22. Sorry.
Richard Calliger wrote:
> What was the stopping power (ie, caliber)? As I would think u still cuold
> get those surplus.
> At 01:31 PM 2/27/01 -0500, Elizabeth A. Foshion wrote:
> >In the late 70's, I used to own a British made rifle designed as part of
> flyer's survival gear. I forget the caliber, but it broke down and
> everything fitted in the plastic stock (which floated). The barrel was
> aircraft aluminum and the rifle weighed a little over 1 pound with ammo.
> >We took it backpacking, but it was a bitch to sight and definately shorter
> range than I want to be with a Griz. Also, if you had it broken down, you
> would have been bear poop long before getting it together.
> >> I think that this is different. Do they make rifles that weigh less than 8
> >> ounces? If so I'll consider hiking in Griz country.
> >> Tom
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