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Alaskan Ballistics 05-18-2020 07:19

10mm crushes .357 Magnum
 
https://youtu.be/ZANOm3xKr4U

curt mini14 05-19-2020 08:56

looks like a little more power but crushes it i dont think so ill stick with 357 there much cheaper.

chill1955 05-21-2020 07:34

A slide gun in bear country and goin fishin? I'm taking my 18" 12 gauge pump with 8 rounds of 00 buck! Unless you make the miracle shot up the snout into the brain, he's gonna maul you real good.

SPQR70AD 05-21-2020 08:00

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Originally Posted by chill1955 (Post 1627282)
A slide gun in bear country and goin fishin? I'm taking my 18" 12 gauge pump with 8 rounds of 00 buck! Unless you make the miracle shot up the snout into the brain, he's gonna maul you real good.

they say that the brenkke slugs are the best for bear. most rangers and guides have them loaded. there is a big layer of blubber on big bears and the buckshot barely get past it

Alaskan Ballistics 05-25-2020 02:47

12ga slugs aren't generally very waterproof. buckshot isn't going to penetrate as deep if all you get is a body shot.
That's why guides carry a .45-70 with hardcast

SPQR70AD 05-29-2020 06:14

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Originally Posted by Alaskan Ballistics (Post 1628072)
12ga slugs aren't generally very waterproof. buckshot isn't going to penetrate as deep if all you get is a body shot.
That's why guides carry a .45-70 with hardcast

yes I have a marlin 45-70 .loaded a few hard cast 400 gr at around 1850 fps just to see what they would do on 6" trees. did not load them for bear have no intent on killing a bear unlike guys that have wet dreams of fending off bear attacks every day. you could melt wax on the slug to make is close to waterproof

dh1633pm 05-31-2020 17:54

No bears around here. 10 mm seems to be gaining popularity. Don’t think it will ever replace the .357. Do you have one?


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