Deer hunting with a Ruger Blackhawk .357
I recently bought a stainless new model Blackhawk .357 with the 6.5 inch barrel. I would like to take it deer hunting some this fall when I'm hunting spots that I have a good chance of taking a close shot. I'll most likely carry a rifle as well to make sure I still have a good opportunity at longer range. I probably won't shoot the Blackhawk over 50 yards.
What is some good factory .357 ammo for deer hunting? I really want to try the Hornady LEVERevolutions to see how they perform in a revolver.
The federal fusion handgun ammo also crossed my mind.
Has anyone tried these or some other factory load that is a good deer killer?
I want to hear some personal experiences, not theories
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