Thread: .22 Hornet
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Old February 26, 2013, 03:08 PM   #15
Panfisher
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My Ruger 77/22H has covered a lot of country with me. I handload mild loads for it as the thin case necks tend to split if pressures get very high. 45 gain HPs are its chosen poison and it is deadly. the only thing I really did to mine was to float and then bed the barrel to the stock. It routinely shoots better than I do, though I almost never put it on a bench anymore, it will consistently hit crows further away than I should be shooting at them, and has counted for a couple of coyotes and one deer. (very underwhelming performance on the deer). I really like the light trim little rifle.
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