U.K. Caliber Wars

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    U.K. Caliber Wars

    U.K. Caliber Wars

    We all know about the .45 vs 9mm debate here...

    Found this on a British airgun site...177 vs .22 debate

    .177 its not how hard you hit them its where you hit them.
    No matter where you live its all about shot placement

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    So which would Ralphie's mom pick?
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    You'll shoot your eye out!!
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    You mean the Brits are allowed that high of a caliber?

    I thought ALL calibers were banned.
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    I have seen some of that, I have a friend over there who sent me a link when he saw one of our debates a while back regarding the infamous 45 vs 9mm vs 357 debate......

    I guess when that is all you can own, you have to debate something!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    You mean the Brits are allowed that high of a caliber?

    I thought ALL calibers were banned.
    The Brits spell it calibre.

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    The potent and deadly .177 calibre.
    Anything over 300 FPS is much too dangerous.
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    People in general have to argue about something, and if that is all they have then so be it.

    I for one can attest to the putting eye out, I have done it as a kid (to another kid).

    Sorry, Russell.
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    Well you know them old Royal Marines say you should never go into combat with any weapon thats calibre doesn't start with at least a two.
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    Strange thing is, is that they're allowed silencers, or sound moderators as they call them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by automatic slim View Post
    Strange thing is, is that they're allowed silencers, or sound moderators as they call them.
    That is because they have nothing to attach them to.
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    like... bb guns or actual power and ball? :P

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