Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by FlSwampRat, Feb 18, 2020.
I have it down to just 6!
You have my deepest and heart-felt sympathy.
Cartridges I reload for:
Cartridges that I shoot but don't reload
I intentionally try to keep my cartridge list as short as possible. There are some guns that I haven't purchased just because I don't want to reload another cartridge ex. Dan Wesson 715.
Cartridges that I own a gun for but have never shot:
I have a relatively small footprint compared to some folks:
7.62 X 39
7.62 X 54R
9 X 18
9 X 19
Why? the only two I could use in Ohio was 20g or .22lr, everything else was bow and arrow!
My apologies to the OP!
Your 45 ACP and 38 Special are both legal for deer handgun season if they have a five inch or longer barrel (and rifle if you have a carbine chambered in them). I have killed a lot of groundhog with the 22 WMR when I lived in Ohio. I have killed a lot of ground hogs with a lot bigger center-fire rifles in Ohio too. 7mm Rem Mag is quite the groundhog killer. With Ohio allowing straight wall cartridges for deer hunting you have quite a number of new cartridges you could use if they interest you.
Not a very long list for me (yet).
That's it for now, but I'd like to add the following in the future:
300 Win Mag
.40 S&W and .357 Sig if I get a Glock 22 or 23 with a .357 Sig conversion barrel
.45 Colt if I ever decide to get a SAA in the caliber it was made for!
Hummm, interesting thread. So far I have the following:
45 Auto Rim
75 Caliber Black Powder Ball
My list is pretty short...
.22s are very addictive, especially once you find one you like. Its hard not to want to try them all. I would go so far as to say that .22s will be getting the job done long after I am gone.
I agree. Tween rifles, revolvers and pistols I have a dozen or so. I’ve never owned one chambered for anything other than 22LR. My Ruger Mk2 and S&W 41 see the most use.
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