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  1. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    This curiosity came from the recent .44 load thread, I didn't want to derail it. What are your thoughts on a .44 magnum for home / personal property self defense, and open carry? Model 629, Colt Anaconda or similar.
  2. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    What would you consider to the best whitetail deer cartridge for shooting less than 100 yards? Let's say 50 - 75 yards. Southeast Texas, whitetail deer. Handgun cartridges are acceptable. I was thinking either a 357 or 44 magnum lever action. Then again, why not just go with the 30-30...
  3. Military Weapons Forum
    Over the past few weeks I have been thinking about getting an AR-15 chambered in 9mm. The main purpose of the rifle would be for predators around the farm - coyotes, opossums, foxes, raccoons,,,. Why would I want a 9mm for small animals? Mainly for noise. When I start shooting the AR in 223...
  4. Firearms General Discussion
    Well, the gun show was in town this weekend, and i was on a mission to add a lever gun to the collection. I was primarily looking for a 44 mag chambering as i wanted a companion for my S&W 629 classic... i shopped around a bit and found Rossi reporduction 1892s, Henri Big Boys, and one Miroku...
  5. Rifle Forum
    Would this caliber be any good for hunting? With gun laws in the uk bigger calibers are more difficult to obtain. As I already reload .44, I would like to know if it could put food on the table.
  6. Firearms General Discussion
    I don't want to start yet another cartridge debate but for my shtf/bug out main rifle, i have settled on either a Marlin 336 or a Winchester model 94 lever action. I know that they are not the number one choice but my Dad (I'm only 15) is not too fond of the evil black rifles, mostly he doesn't...
  7. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    I just picked up a Ruger Redhawk a couple of weeks ago, and I have to say that I'm impressed. I prefer Smith & Wessons when it comes to revolvers, but the Ruger actually had a better trigger pull than the Smith. It was accurate too. I can't tell you how well it grouped because I was shooting...
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