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Old November 19, 2011, 01:32 PM   #7
Crankylove
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.22 LR is probably the most economical, is relatively quite, and produces little recoil, and will do the job just fine.........but centerfire cartidges are much more fun.


My favorite for Jacks and Cottontails in my .22 Hornet.

My family hunts them with what ever calibers we happen to have with at the time, from my experience, all the following will work just fine.


.22 LR
.22 Mag
.22 Hornet
.223 Rem.
.220 Swift
.243 Win.
.270 Win.
7.62x39
7.62x54
.30-30
.30-06
7.7x58 Arisaka
.300 Win Mag.
.358 Winchester
.410, 12, & 20 ga. shotguns

.380 Auto
9 mm
.38 Special
.357 Rem Mag.
40 S&W
10 mm
.41 Rem. Mag.
.44 Rem Mag.
.45 Auto

.50, and .54. caliber roundballs will work too.............as will 540 grain hardcast buffalo bullets.
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