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Old 07-21-2007, 01:12 PM
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Default Is the Ackley really "improved"....?

Need some advise before I make a decision. I've been thinking a lot about buying a Cooper Tac 20 as a companion gun to my .204 mainly for pd's. But I can't legally shoot anything (but paper) with either caliber here in Ga. I can't shoot coyotes, crows, groundhogs or any unprotected varmints with anything less than .22 cal.
I already have a very accurate .223 and .22-250, so is a .223AI a real improvement over a .223? Guess I really hate to buy another caliber that I can only hunt with 5-6 days out of the year. We fly to Montana, so I'm limited to 2 rifles, or I would take the whole bunch.
Bottom line, is the .223AI close in performance to a Tac 20/.204, and that much better than the standard .223?
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