Joe that's my best attempt at basket weaving, it was supposed to carry my winter supply of Camas Root down from the Mountains, but when I arrived at my t-pee my basket was empty I gave up on that project, Now I'm trying to make a Bow & sum Arrows outa that wood, Just incase the 22lr ammo supply dries up.Larry what the heck have you got that great looking 121 sitting on,,, some kind of a project that went wrong?
Bow and arrows! somehow i doubt that dried out weather beaten wood would flex enough for a bow. And those arrows will be so crocked they will shoot like boomerangs not something you want out of your arrows!Now I'm trying to make a Bow & sum Arrows outa that wood, Just incase the 22lr ammo supply dries up.
Why not? My son, grandson and I each have Ruger 10/22's. My son bought a case of Thunderbolts last year and throughout the summer we all shot them in our Rugers. We never had a jam, misfire or even a flyer. My son dropped a woodchuck off his back deck at just over 100 yards with his Ruger and a Thunderbolt.I wouldn't try to shoot those Thunderbolts in a semi auto.
If you don't mind spending a little more, you can get the S&W M&P 15-22 (a mini-AR).Not a whole bunch of choices for new rifle here a bouts. Been looking at Midway (there is a gun shop here on the Peninsula but he has no .22's at all. Ruger is looking real good price wise at Midway. Any other reccomendations either Simi-auto or bolt actions.