February 2006

Firing Line: 02/06

Re “Waiting on Rita,” Part II
November 2005:

Todd, personally I think your choices are about as good as it gets under the circumstances. The 10/22’s advantages are numerous and convincing. If you wanted a slight variation on the theme, I think you could say what one handgun and one long gun? One answer is exactly what you went with; another would be a .38 Special/.357 Magnum instead of 1911 .45 ACP could be a personal alternate choice. The other answer to the same question is a .22 LR handgun and something else, such as the 12 gauge, AR, Mini or whatever) for the long one.

Derek M.


Can I take two? :) Springfield Armory TRP Operator w/light rail and Surefire...

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