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Old 07-20-2013, 07:20 PM   #51
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I'm not thinking others aren't going to try to point out their opinions to me at all. Calling it a pansy round is a joke, and nothing more. You should not take it as more than that...
whatever partner. i just don't feel like trying to explain it to you anymore, because IMO, you seem to have a failing to grasp what some of us are trying to point out to you. have a nice day.
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whatever partner. i just don't feel like trying to explain it to you anymore, because IMO, you seem to have a failing to grasp what some of us are trying to point out to you. have a nice day.
You are totally ignoring what I'm telling you...
Have fun with your Internet argument in your head dude, because that's all this is, and you are taking it way too seriously
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Since you fellas know something about the 10mm and I know nothing about it I have a question. Ballistic wise is the 10mm more powerful than the .45 acp?
More power, more kick, more noise, more danger to the neighbors, more flash, etc and more harder to find on the store shelves in todays times. If a size 6 shoe can kill a spider, I don't need to run out and find a pair in size 10.
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For the caliber argument, there is one definite statement that can be made.

A miss with any caliber, for any reason, is still a miss, but a hit with any caliber is better than a miss.
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For the caliber argument, there is one definite statement that can be made.

A miss with any caliber, for any reason, is still a miss, but a hit with any caliber is better than a miss.
thank you Dan. this is exactly my point and has been my point the entire time.
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For the caliber argument, there is one definite statement that can be made.

A miss with any caliber, for any reason, is still a miss, but a hit with any caliber is better than a miss.
And that is why I carry while in the woods a 44 over a 454, 475, 480, 500, etc.
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Yes. A 10mm will hit what's in it's path with much more velocity, so it will also penetrate more (a good thing or a bad thing, you decide). But a 10mm will not lose its velocity as quickly as a .45acp will, so it goes "snap" on what it hits like a sumo wrestler
So would a 10mm be a better hunting round at 75 yards vs say a .44 magnum? Not trying any of this caliber arguments just wanting facts! I would rather have a semi auto to hunt deer with, thinking it would be pretty neat.
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So would a 10mm be a better hunting round at 75 yards vs say a .44 magnum? Not trying any of this caliber arguments just wanting facts! I would rather have a semi auto to hunt deer with, thinking it would be pretty neat.
At that question, I don't know what I'm talking about. I know of the .44 Magnum, not about it. My choice of caliber stops at a 10mm for now
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So would a 10mm be a better hunting round at 75 yards vs say a .44 magnum? Not trying any of this caliber arguments just wanting facts! I would rather have a semi auto to hunt deer with, thinking it would be pretty neat.
the 44 Magnum has almost twice the ME as the 10mm when using the same weight bullets. the 10mm has about 50% more ME than the 45 acp.
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You can legally hunt mule deer in Idaho and Utah with a 357 and a round generating more than 500 foot pounds at the muzzle. The 10 does more than that, and the 44 is even better. Have you ever hunted deer with a revolver? That can be a great experience. I stopped using my rifle about 4 years ago.
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