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Old 11-16-2009, 10:50 AM   #11
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So what's the recoil like on one of these?

Thanks for the links guys, I've been able to find some decent deals on ammo if the gun is still there and I can get the green light from the wife.
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So what's the recoil like on one of these?

Thanks for the links guys, I've been able to find some decent deals on ammo if the gun is still there and I can get the green light from the wife.
Recoil is close to a .357 mag. But the muzzle blast noise tops the .357.
Very loud and high pitched. Protect your ears and have a great time with it. I loved mine in the years that I had it. Loaded properly, it makes a great small/medium game getter. Very flat shooting and accurate in the Ruger..

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Could this be used to take deer inside 50 yards? The research I've done on ballistics suggests that it can. Anyone have thoughts?
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Yes it can, within reasonable ranges such as 50 yards and under with a well placed shot..

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Gentlmen, I thank you greatly for your input on this matter. My wife and I went to the gun shop tonight and I found a pistol I could not walk away from....Even over the UNFIRED Ruger. Pics will follow tomorrow, along with a price and some drool from all. My wife approved on site, so I was all grins. Sleep well gents, pics tomorrow.....
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