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Old December 3, 2012, 10:21 PM   #15
kraigwy
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One shot stop statistics are nice ways to compare relative effectiveness of rounds, but my personal belief is to shoot until the threat goes away.
I'm not a fan of "one shot stop" statistics.

I've seen too many deer and other critters run 100 yards or more after having their lung/heart turned to jelly.

Seen it with people too.

With deer and such, you can tell if it was a good hit by the reaction,....just give them a bit of time.

With something that is trying to hurt you, keep shooting until they keep flooping.
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