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My local indoor range lets ya shoot anything less powerful than an Aughtsix..... shorty poodleshooters are not an issue.
Can you avoid excessive lead fouling with these, and if not then how much cleaning is required before you go back to shooting .223? If the fouling issues aren't serious, then this would seem to be a really helpful gadget to have.
I am SO getting one of these.I just won an auction for a couple of those Plum Crazy complete lowers. Thought of maybe getting into the poodleshooter world. After one bags ones Elk for 10 years with the Mosin Nagant workhorse, one looks for new worlds to conquer.
benEzraIt sounds like you are shooting .22rimfire with a conversion unit instead of a dedicated upper. A dedicated upper will have a 1 in 16twist and a .221 barrel rather than a .223 barrel. My Ar22 does not have any lead fouling and cleans up quickly. Several friends have S&W AR22's and they are quite reliable.GSR/DFW
I love mine. Mine, too, was very reliable right out of the box, shooting the Winchester XPert bulk ammo from Walmart.
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