Originally Posted by jakemonroe
does anyone find it weird that a good amount of people consider a 357 ok for deer but say a 30 carbine is a terrible choice? do you think it is because a handgun forces you to take shorter shots?
If you'll take note of the bullet weight recommendations too......
Aren't most 30 Carbine loads in the 110 grain weight range? That's a little on the light side, but I have seen deer killed by them. Usually by older fellas or younger ones that weren't up to rifle class recoil.
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