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Remington .22 Long Rifle 40gr RN High Velocity (500rd Bulk Pack) - TB22B - $14.99 (Free shipping on 3+ boxes) Quick Overview
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Remington Thunderbolt Ammunition, .22LR, 40 Grain LRN, 500 Rounds - $14.24 500 Rounds Remington® Thunderbolt .22LR 40 Grain LRN Ammo. The best value in rimfire rifle ammo! For plinking and target shooting, you can't beat this bulk ammo deal. 40 grain lead round nose bullet, lubed for less barrel
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Remington Thunderbolt .22 LR 40 Gr 1500 Rnds (3 Boxes) - $55.97 after code "SPRING10" Academy Sports is selling the Remington Thunderbolt® .22 LR 40-Grain Rimfire Rifle Ammunition 500 ct brick for $28.99. shipping is free.
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I'm curious about the pin diameter it calls for, at .156. Everything I am reading says small pins are .154 and large Colt pins are .170/.169. Not knowing the precise hole diameters in the receiver and this trigger calling for a pin larger than mil spec. it seems to me the trigger could possibly have a little slop in it, although .002 is very tiny. And they are saying their .1555 pin will fit standard receiver holes but a little tighter. Any thoughts on this?
I own the EVO and this. Between the Evo and the 9kt I would get the Evo. Now, the EVO takes some work, HB trigger spring, new grip, extended charging handle, SB brace (highly recommend), so you’ll end up dropping some additional money. My 9KT is a smooth shooter and as accurate as my Evo though. Pros and cons to both platforms really.
Why is it that the caliber of a firearm makes such a huge difference in price when it's essentially the same exact gun just chambered differently? Is it supply and demand? Or a difference in part prices? Because if this was chambered in 10mm this would bit AT LEAST an extra $400.
Can someone dumb this down for me. I'm just getting into the platform. So these two devices can be used in tandem or they can only be used separately? And how do these compliments each other to enhance the other's capabilities. Please explain if you were explaining to a child. Lol I'm so serious rn. Anyone?