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Hunting sidearm

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by CApighunter, Aug 18, 2013.

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  1. BigBore44

    BigBore44 Member

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    And we still aren't reading that he has to stay at 10 rds or under. C'mon guys.

    My personal carry weapon in the woods is a 7.5 stainless SBH 44mag. It's more than capable of dispatching anything where you or I live. I believe you stated that you reload. So that's makes the 44 a good choice also for the versatility. BUT, you got 6 rounds. I've never needed more than 1 to do what I needed. But I've also never encountered growers. Personally I'm going to have to go with the other guy who said to get out of Dodge if you stumble on a site. Engaging the cartel with a bolt '06 and any handgun is not a smart idea.
     
  2. AKMtnRunner

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    It all depends on your situation. What animal, terrain and vegetation, how much weight you're willing to carry, etc. Many different needs and many different options :D To each their own.
     
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