Well, I've learned something today.
I haven't read the replies so far. Tampons are great bullet-wound-pluggers.
Other than that, direct pressure over the wound and keep the patient...
That aint fast... go 1:9 or 1:7
Also no experience with the 77/22H. But with. 77/22LR.
SOME will need their bolt shimmed.
I'd always recommend rechambering to Ackley or K-...
You can get a bit of throat erosion in 50 years shoot'n...
Then it's a toss-up between .338 Lapua Mag; .375H&H; .416 Rigby; .450 Nitro Express.
Between them, would literally kill anything on the planet.
Define "very accurately". There's a reason they're cheap.
My Tikka T3 is sub-minute with almost everything.
I don't normally eat hogshead any ways...
I can't possibly see how.
A local engineering place should have a Brinnell tester. Test a sample and you'll know if you need to alloy it harder.
Mate had a mini-14 in .223 for deers. Like this
I didn't shoot it much, never took it apart, but nothing on it jumped out at me as...
But to each their own I guess. World would be boring if we were all the same. (And tacky and hideous if we all liked ruger...
I had to look up "mare's leg". I thought all the pictures coming up had been cropped, but nope... that's a thing.
Please don't compare that monstrosity to an M1A.
Someone might like that, but bleugh. Not me.
Load down the 68s. You would need to be more precise in your shots with fmj to kill humanely.
They use the flamethrower drones for clearing crap off powerlines in china. They've been around a while. So has this:
I would check SEVERAL cases and bullets to get an average measurement. Mag length is your limit without some mods. Unless you're running 1:9...
You're kidding right? An ergonomic vertical foregrip :rofl:
I have a soft spot (or a hard one :eek:) for .22 Hornet. Ackley, if you please. (Stock hornet is shyt on case life if you reload, and the Ackley...
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