If the deer is close and running then buckshot would probably be a better choice, but otherwise you're probably better off with a slug or center fire.
Thanks, I appreciate the help, I'm about to leave the house and try the 1" medium or high. I'll let you guys know how it works out.
I'll be out there with a Remington 870 and some cheap remington game loads. But the real fun comes when waterfowl season comes in!
Sorry,it's going on a Weatherby Vanguard.
Long time no talk THR, it's almost deer season again! I recently bought a new scope Nikon BuckMasters 4-12x50mm. I already had Weaver rings and...
Hey everyone long time no talk. Thanks for any answers in advance. Well I'll be heading out in the morning to a corn field, the corn had been cut...
I'd go with the .243, 12 ga or 30-30 for quickness.
Am I right in thinking everyone usually agrees that elk and moose are better than beef when taken in the right circumstances? I haven't had the...
Better to be over pre-pared than under-prepared. :D
How would you rate NE Florida hunting vs. NC?
Well, why not use 150-190 grains? You definitely won't get as much meat damage with a 150-175 grain, depending you choose the right bullet.
Both the rifles and shotguns are nice, I hope you can get into hunting this upcoming deer season. Have fun!
Maybe a 7mm in Tikka T3 Walnut stock, I almost bought one a couple years ago.
Probably a .300 Wby or .340 Wby.
I'm sorry, is this not how you hunt? :D With some people saying they never heard of a handgun season, I don't think we can even use handguns for...
Like McGunner, I would think that a 120 gr bullet would do alot of meat damage. If I were you I would use atleast a 140 gr bullet, unless there is...
Beautiful rifle, nice find!
Was this in Utah?
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