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Posted in thread: .357 Magnum For Hog Medicine? on 07-14-2010 at 08:36 PM
very few people are good shots with a .45acp, hard to get a decent group at 20 yards mush less
put it behind a pigs ear especially if he is a big #300 and might be coming your way, you will
Posted in thread: 255gr .45ACP Hog Load on 06-14-2010 at 02:42 AM
aint ever messed with black powder rifles or pistols, but cant see how they could handle a
devastating load. just my opinon, maybe they can, but I know I am around big pigs 365 days a
year in the past...
Posted in thread: .357 Magnum For Hog Medicine? on 06-13-2010 at 10:54 PM
I would use a .357 if I had to, but I think the .41 or 44 mag is minimum for some of the big
hogs we got down here in central/south Texas and I would use at least a 260 gr. cast or JHP,
just feel more...
Posted in thread: 255gr .45ACP Hog Load on 06-13-2010 at 10:50 PM
I hunt hogs regularly with a .45, but it aint the acp, at least a 260 grain cast or JHP cause
we got some big pigs down here. 45 colt, single action revolver with some big boy loads, the
acp is a mans...
Posted in thread: Which caliber for varmint hunting? on 05-23-2010 at 11:45 PM
lots of pros and cons, to me after all the pros and cons, the .22-250 does the best, .223
cheaper and more availble, .204 a small bullet at long range. choose your poison but for me the
.22-250 will k...
Posted in thread: Ruger #1 Varmint factoryammo on 05-04-2010 at 07:03 PM
I hope this isnt a re-post on my part (alcohol and computers dont mix) I got me a new #1
Varmint in .22-250, sighted in with Remington 55 gr. Corelokt and got some real good groups,
best was covered b...
Posted in thread: Para .45 G.I. Expert on 04-27-2010 at 12:55 AM
about getting tagged in the forehead by an ejected round, as Homer Simpson would say "DOH!!!!".
I got mine and it is plain and simple but I love it so far. with the BS in Arizona, more
illegals will b...
Posted in thread: Red dot sight or scope? on 04-15-2010 at 04:14 PM
I got Ultradot red dots on a mini 14 and an AR15, great for 100 yds, maybe further, I use mine
on hogs and coyotes, good fast target acquisition for about $150.:cool:
Posted in thread: Big Tom Turkey on 04-10-2010 at 03:52 AM
around here turkeys (and we got lot of them) are a pain in the a##, I guess I dont see no sport
in hunting them and or eating them, but that is just me in my part of the country. dont mean to
Posted in thread: Big Tom Turkey on 04-10-2010 at 12:56 AM
now that you killed him, what you gonna do? aint much worth eating and a major pain to get that
breast meat, tell me how you love those big drum sticks.:)