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Old 07-12-2010, 10:59 AM   #21
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I told Cane that he wouldn't want to shoot that Model 29 with those factory grips on-other than those "Sissy Loads", any TRUE .44Mag. load is going to hurt..
Now, that load will not take out Cane's Caddy, but it WILL put most Imports in the ditch...

Think I'd be OK going with a CCI primer rather then the wolf?

Hey, what about a toad round for stray and wild dogs? Once you shoot it, it would start foaming at the mouth and then you could say it was rabid.
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I haven't tried poisons, nor even fired a shot in anger, but I'm confident that a couple of quick center mass/Central Nervous Systems hits will greatly reduce the wait time for poisons to take effect.
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Think I'd be OK going with a CCI primer rather then the wolf?

Hey, what about a toad round for stray and wild dogs? Once you shoot it, it would start foaming at the mouth and then you could say it was rabid.
Yes Spitty, you will be OK with CCI primers. I used Wolf because they were the only Mag. Large Pistol that I had on hand, at the time.
To light off that large of a charge, I would recommend a Mag primer. Bill..
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Yes Spitty, you will be OK with CCI primers. I used Wolf because they were the only Mag. Large Pistol that I had on hand, at the time.
To light off that large of a charge, I would recommend a Mag primer. Bill..
I'm a CCI fan. I have them in everything from large rifle to small/large pistol as well as large/small mag. Plenty of all. Thanks for the recipe!
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I liked cci but I can get wolf primers cheaper and I have seen no accuracy problem with using them.
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I prefer deeper hollow points, when they make contact, they force all of the air out, creating a vacuum, and turn the BG inside out.
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I prefer deeper hollow points, when they make contact, they force all of the air out, creating a vacuum, and turn the BG inside out.
Is that what really happen to inside out boy? They said he just swung over the bar but your story is more believable.
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Is that what really happen to inside out boy? They said he just swung over the bar but your story is more believable.
It's sound science, really. Nothing can exist in a vacuum. Ask Mythbusters.
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If you really believe nothing can exist in a vacuum, go change the bag on the one in the hall closet.
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If you really believe nothing can exist in a vacuum, go change the bag on the one in the hall closet.
LOL! good one.


Regarding the frog poison & such: My late cousin used poison on his arrows back-in-the-80's; it was supposed to be based on that paralyzing Kurari stuff & get the deer down faster. I wish i could ask him if he ever painted up some 30-30 rounds during gun season; i would not doubt he tried it. He was a real hoot.
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