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Old September 15, 2012, 09:11 PM   #35
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The bullet weight, design and intended use of the bullet is a major factor. If the proper bullet is used, a .223 could be an acceptable deer cartridge. We could say the same regarding the .243 Winchester. Some use ammo with bullets designed for target, coyotes or varmints instead of deer: and the results can be very disappointing. However, if the proper bullet is used, a .243 Winchester can do the job well on deer.
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