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#7297126 - 01/11/13 09:07 AM Re: 22 LR vs. 17 HM2 on squirrels [Re: maddog]
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Originally Posted By: maddog
Originally Posted By: Jericho
I actually get more excited about squirrel hunting than I do
deer hunting.



Any more, me too. I have an H&R Sportster .22 that I have had an absolute ball, hunting squirrels with, this fall. Just for the hellofit, I'm going to buy the same gun in HMR to do some late season hunting with, next fall.


maddog


I have an NEF in 22 Mag and 17 HMR... bought each new for $100 a piece...

make a fantastic truck gun...and those little suckers will shoot ANYTHING accurately...

synthetic stocks and cheap Tasco World Class Scopes on top of them...not much can hurt them or go wrong...
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#7297231 - 01/11/13 12:16 PM Re: 22 LR vs. 17 HM2 on squirrels [Re: FyrepowrX]
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Those are some nice looking rifles - what make are thy ?


Originally Posted By: FyrepowrX
Originally Posted By: Spotshooter
HM2 is much flatter than a 22.
Anyone used a HM2 on Squirrels ?


i usually start off with a .22, but after leaves drop, its usually mach2's from there on.




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#7299189 - 01/11/13 09:05 PM Re: 22 LR vs. 17 HM2 on squirrels [Re: Spotshooter]
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the blonde gun is a maple stocked CZ452 American, the other a Kimber Classic Varmint.
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#7299329 - 01/11/13 09:40 PM Re: 22 LR vs. 17 HM2 on squirrels [Re: FyrepowrX]
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Now the important question - which one do you like better ?
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#7300646 - 01/12/13 02:21 AM Re: 22 LR vs. 17 HM2 on squirrels [Re: Spotshooter]
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I use 22lr with 40 grain solids if I have them





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#7301744 - 01/12/13 01:07 PM Re: 22 LR vs. 17 HM2 on squirrels [Re: Spotshooter]
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Originally Posted By: Spotshooter
Now the important question - which one do you like better ?



arent we supposed to love all our children equally? grin

kinda depends on what i'm doing & how i'm hunting...the 452 is more trim & light & stock dimensions fit me better. trigger is good after some mods, and accuracy is excellent. if i'm walking much i like it.

The kimber is heavier & holds steadier, also has a great trigger, and is obscenely accurate, as in 100 yard head shots if i'm not wobbling around, if i plan on taking a stand in open areas & doing the sitting game i pack it.
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#7301777 - 01/12/13 01:27 PM Re: 22 LR vs. 17 HM2 on squirrels [Re: FyrepowrX]
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Cool, good insight - thanks
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