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Q:I am considering getting a lever action rifle chambered for pistol ammunition. I was wondering if anyone can suggest any makes or models (I have been looking at the Henry Big Boy) and also what caliber, such as .357,.44, or .45LC. Which would be a good deer round and about how far of a shot can I expect before it drops drastically? Thanks all.
Q:Hey Guys. So i am going to be hunting in Frederick, Maryland where you cannot use rifles. I have a 12 gauge 11-87 Sportsman with a 28 inch barrel and a 870 express in 20 gauge with a shorter barrel. I may be in a blind overlooking a field or in heavy woods. None of my shots will be over 50 yds. Should i go with the 12 for its knockdown power and less maneuverability or is the 20 enough to put down a deer with the right shot. I have never shotgun hunted before and have no idea which to use. Buckshot is illegal in Maryland so i will be using slugs with a rifled choke-tube. Thanks guys! -Jack
Q:Hey Guys, so as some of you know i will be deer hunting in Big Cove Tannery, PA on Monday. I will be using a 7mm-08 Remington bullet and i am having trouble deciding between Remington Core-Lokt and Winchester Power-Point. Both shoot accurately in my Ruger. Core-lokt seems to get the highest reviews. Anyone else have an opinion?
Q:Hey guys..on the 26th i will be deer hunting up in Big Cove Tannery, PA. I am set up in a blind that is on an incline going up a mountain. Down below where a big 8 pt is hanging out in a cluster of pines is where i will most likely be shooting...it is about 75 yards away max and it is going downhill. The incline is very slight, only a 10 - 15 degree grade. will it affect my 140 gr 7mm-08 Bullet? thanks! -Jack
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Gun Test: SIG Sauer SSG 3000 (1:18)
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This tactical rifle from SIG Sauer is doubly amazing. First, it is the most accurate rifle we’ve ever tested—it could shoot fleas off a dog. The average five-shot group—using a wide variety of .308 ammo in harsh conditions in Montana, meaning subzero temperatures and winds up to 25 mph—was 0.643 inches. Our best groups, with match ammo, ran between 0.3 and 0.4 inches.