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  1. You have one shot to save your life at 100yds

    What caliber do you use .308 or 7.62x39

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    .308

    It hits harder and the rifle firing it is probably more accurate than one firing a X39.
    (Insert random tough-guy quote here)
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    The hardware is the same, but the software is vastly different.

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    .308 Win 180 Gr Boattail hollowpoint matchking
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    IN OMNIA PARATUS

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    Either my 17HMR or my 30.06 because thats what I own.

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    I would have to use my AK47 and fire a burst, because I don't have a .308.

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    I would use the rail gun from transformers 2....

    But since you gave two specific rounds that people are ignoring .308 would be my choice

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    .223 from my RockRiver w/EOTech for 100yds. My Sako TRG-22 .308 w/ LR/T 6.5-25x50 TMR is for further out! Remington 887 12Ga. for closer...and Glock 21 for even closer.

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    How do you like that 6.5?

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    My savage .30-06, then some 12Ga slugs, then buckshot and then the G19, then G26. (In order of farthest to shortest distance if I had all firearms handy)

    The .30-06 I know I can hit, 12 Ga would have to aim high, the pistols would be a different story.

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    50bmg
    308
    But of what I have 45colt

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